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The front table in Hyde Park's Seminary Co-op Bookstore has been a must stop for book browsers for book lovers since the early 1970s. It is always brimming with more than 100 newly published scholarly works vying for readers' attention. Most of the titles...
Orlando SentinelHagerty offensive lineman Breht Joly has been working hard this offseason. He’s trying to shed some extra weight off his 6-foot-3, 325-pound frame, trying to learn some new blocking techniques and hone some old ones, and most importantly, trying...
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Give Gov. Rick Scott credit for reining in runaway tuition hikes at Florida's public universities, increases that averaged 15 percent per year even during the Great Recession. Sensitive to the Sunshine State's ever-increasing cost of living, the...
Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE -- When the ACC extended its television deal with partner ESPN last spring, the conference told member schools to expect yearly incremental increases to their conference distribution payouts. Last week, Florida State received its second ...
email@example.comWhile John Calipari has dominated recruiting since his arrival as Kentucky’s basketball coach just over four years ago, the success football coach Mark Stoops is having has never been matched at Kentucky. Stoops landed another four-star player...
Paced by Virginia Tech, Duke, Clemson and Georgia Tech in prominent sports, ACC teams fare well in the NCAA’s latest Academic Progress Rate report. But one current and two future major programs in the conference are dangerously close to postseason...
Orlando SentinelTALLAHASSEE -- In her role as Florida State's senior woman administrator and a senior associate athletics director, Vanessa Fuchs was at the NCAA's headquarters in Indianapolis last Wednesday, sitting in rules meetings. Around 1 p.m., she received a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky's football recruiting impact in Ohio surfaced again Monday when four-star safeties Mike Edwards of Cincinnati and Darius West of Lima both verbally committed to the Wildcats during a visit to Lexington. That sent UK's 2014 recruiting class to No....
Sun Sentinel ColumnistThirty days in jail for a butt slap? Well, that's the simplistic headline. In reality, veteran NFL receiver Chad Johnson was sentenced to 30 days in jail by rookie Broward County Court judge Kathleen "Katie" McHugh for acting a little too light-...
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Sentinel School ZoneTwo of Florida's largest public universities -- the University of Florida and Florida State University -- will raise undergraduate tuition for the coming school year, according to local news reports. On Friday, the board of trustees at FSU voted 10-3 to...
Nittany LinesMichael O'Connor, a 6-4 pro-style quarterback groomed at a football academy in Florida, made an oral commitment to Penn State on Saturday. O'Connor announced his decision in his hometown of Ottawa. He will be eligible to sign his Letter of......
The Florida International Piano Competition gives Central Floridians brings pianist Leonidas Lipovetsky to Orlando on Saturday, June 15, for a concert of Beethoven sonatas. A native of Uruguay, Lipovetsky is a graduate of the Juilliard School in New...
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