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Orlando SentinelOrlando First Academy rising junior Garrett Williams doesn’t go many places without leaving an impression. He certainly made one during a camp workout at the University of Florida on Saturday. Gators head coach Will Muschamp invited Williams and...
Too many students leave college buried in debt, sweating out monthly payments. Rising tuition often gets the blame. Nobody ever talks about how the sweating starts in a Swedish sauna. It's time to out the student luxury industrial complex that's...
Should designated drivers abstain from booze? If you said, yes, you might be shocked to know that 35% of so-called DDs drank on duty, while a portion of them were legally drunk when they hit the road, according to a new study. That finding, published...
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...
Florida International University has become the state's first public college to offer in-state tuition to some immigrants who have yet to achieve full legal status. Under a new policy, Florida students granted temporary federal protection from...
Have you ever noticed the intense passion and commitment exhibited by many when it comes to saving endangered animals or protesting against the killing or maltreatment of animals? Don't get me wrong, I am a bona fide animal lover. But, as I reflect on the...
Dr. Brian Rask was more than a little surprised when he got a call from the Greater Pompano Beach Chamber of Commerce. "The first thing I thought was that since I help with the boat parade, that something had gone wrong," said Rask, a dentist with his...
Children with a rare form of muscular dystrophy called Pompe disease often spend their days tethered to mechanical ventilators in order to breathe. But results from a new clinical trial at University of Florida Health show that gene therapy improved...
Reporter and PhotographerIt's a scary thought-- the person who agrees to be your sober driver isn't sober. A new study shows many designated drivers end up drinking and driving. Researchers from the University of Florida spent three months surveying bar-goers and determined a...
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...
LEESBURG — Bill Miller's determination has paid off. Miller, a 36-year-old quadriplegic, earned his master's degree in entrepreneurship through an online program at Western Carolina University in North Carolina. He made the trip up to accept his...
A team of about 80 rescuers took nearly 21 hours to retrieve a North Whitehall Township man from one of the deepest pit caves in the country after he slipped and fell over weekend in Ellisons Cave in Georgia. Dwight Kempf, 54, had rappelled the 586-foot-...
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