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  • Trinity Stumbles After 10-Game Win Streak, Hosts Bates Next

    The Trinity men's basketball team developed a nice feel for the season's potential by going nearly eight weeks without a loss. The Bantams had won 10 in a row heading into Tuesday's home game against Merchant Marine Academy, which ended up being an eye-...
  • Edward McMillan new U. of I. board chairman

    The University of Illinois board Thursday picked Edward McMillan as its new chairman, the first time a Republican has held the position in more than a decade. Gov. Bruce Rauner announced last week that he had reappointed McMillan, a downstate...
  • New leadership, tuition freeze at the U. of I.

     New leadership, tuition freeze at the U. of I.
    The University of Illinois marked a major turnover in leadership Thursday with the election of a new board of trustees chair and the official hiring of a new president and UIC chancellor. The board also approved a tuition freeze for new students this...
  • Gallery showcases work by former Boynton resident

    Gallery showcases work by former Boynton resident
    Former Boynton Beach artist Simone Sondergard's rich, vibrant paintings explode off the canvas with intense color. From her abstract and somewhat figurative shapes bleeding color to a torrent of color gushing to a river of bright, harmonious vibrancy,...
  • Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract

    Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract
    The effort to build a high-tech manufacturing center in Osceola County has reached a milestone, becoming a finalist in a $110 million federal contract hunt. The Osceola project, led by University of Central Florida, becomes one of three or four teams to...
  • A new pollution worry for Lake Michigan: Tiny plastic fibers

     A new pollution worry for Lake Michigan: Tiny plastic fibers
    Tiny strands of plastic are turning up in alarming numbers throughout Lake Michigan, raising concerns about a previously unknown form of pollution that scientists fear poses risks to people and wildlife by spreading toxic chemicals and disease-causing...
  • How Obama can use the power of the veto and still avoid being nicknamed 'President No'

    How Obama can use the power of the veto and still avoid being nicknamed 'President No'
    Congress' expected final passage of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline bill sets up the first square veto confrontation between President Obama and the new Republican-controlled Congress. It marks the first time in his presidency when significant...
  • Florida competes with NY, Southern Cal for high-tech photonics hub

    Florida competes with NY, Southern Cal for high-tech photonics hub
    The effort to attract federal money for a high-tech manufacturing hub near Kissimmee has some stiff competition from New York and Southern California. At stake is the potential to draw thousands of high-paying jobs to the region. The heavyweight...
  • Study reports saliva may help diagnose autism in infants

    POTSDAM — With the publication of a new study, a saliva test one day may provide a way to diagnose autism early in children. The study, which appeared in the Jan. 27 issue of Autism Research, is the first showing that protein levels in the...
  • How unrequited love can make us more creative

    How unrequited love can make us more creative
    When Sam Smith accepted his fourth Grammy last Sunday, he acknowledged an unusual muse. "I want to thank the man who this record is about, who I fell in love with last year," Smith said of the inspiration for the hit song "Stay With Me." "Thank you so...
  • Campus rape culture has no easy remedy

    Campus rape culture has no easy remedy
    If you're the parent of a college student (or preparing to be), you need to read Rolling Stone's jarring account of a fraternity house gang rape at the University of Virginia. So does your student — daughter or son. The story in December's issue...