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UMass Dartmouth welcomed Lee Williams this week as its new Vice Chancellor for Advancement.
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They're technically illegal in all 50 states. But so-called "magic mushrooms," or what street dealers and those in the know refer to as "shrooms," are a highly medicinal reparative food that scientific research put out by the University of South Florida suggests could be used to improve cognitive function.
When rescuers found the 22-pound juvenile green sea turtle off the Navarre Beach Pier in November 2012, it was lethargic, bloated and covered with algae.
From left are Raymond Hinst, owner of Haslam's; his son Raymond Hinst, Ray Arsneault, a history professor at the University of South Florida St. Petersburg; and Peter Belmont of Preservation St. Petersburg, organizers of Haslam's 80th anniversary celebration on Dec. 8. ST.
More Floridians are signing up for the new federal health insurance program than residents in any other state relying on the federal exchange, with nearly 18,000 registering over the last two months, according to figures released Wednesday.
UCF ranks 42nd in the nation on a new list of Best Values in Public Colleges released by Kiplinger's Personal Finance magazine.
A new therapeutic approach uses traditional psychotherapies and training to relieve combat-related symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder among veterans and active U.S. service members.
VANCOUVER , Dec. 10, 2013 /CNW/ - Western Pacific Resources Corp. is pleased to announce the intention to appoint Mr. Oliver Rodz and Mr. Lawrence Roulston to the Western Pacific Board of Directors.
Veton Krasniqi was 5 years old when he and his family fled their home in Kosovo amid the growing ethnic conflict that engulfed the region in the late 1990s.
A custom sushi shop that allows diners to build their own roll is looking to open in University Park as the chain expands to Tampa Bay.
TALLAHASSEE -- A splintered appeals court ruled Tuesday that state universities cannot bar students from storing guns in their cars while on campus.
Nobody knows, really, why Freud takes on so much air that he can't dive for food even when he tries his best.
The politically motivated decision by Republican governors to refuse the Medicaid expansion money offered under the Affordable Care Act is now being felt every day by people seeking health insurance, and the people trying to help them.
Notorious jihad supporter Sami Al Arian is tripping the light fantastic in the Cannon Office Building on Capitol Hill.
Javier Marin joined the Small Business Development Center at University of South Florida recently, as featured in the Tampa Bay Business Journal's People on the Move.
The quiet period on the many underwriters research reports on handysize liquefied gas carrier operator Navigator Holdings will come to an end on Sunday, December 15, 25 days after the firm's November 20 IPO.