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  • PB School Board race has 3 incumbents, 8 new candidates

    Palm Beach County will have at least one new School Board member, and possibly up to four, before the year ends. Three incumbents are being challenged in their re-election bids, while a fourth, Jennifer Prior Brown, is stepping down, leaving an open seat...
  • A Simple Step To Slow Ebola Spread: Shoes

    Growing up in Konjo village in the Eastern Province of Sierra Leone, I remember the walks. Long, cold morning walks to the farms. The daily trek to and from school. I didn't mind growing up this way. But I hated having to make these walks barefoot...
  • Arizona State lineman comes out as first openly gay college football player

    Arizona State lineman comes out as first openly gay college football player
    Arizona State senior offensive lineman Chip Sarafin has publicly revealed that he is gay, becoming the first active major college football player to do so. The 320-pounder came out in an article for Compete, a Tempe-based LGBT publication. Sarafin,...
  • UCF considers expanding into downtown Orlando

    UCF considers expanding into downtown Orlando
    UCF is considering moving more of its programs into downtown Orlando. On Thursday, the university's board of trustees approved adding a new project identified as "UCF Downtown Presence" to its long-term list of possible construction projects. It's too...
  • Chip Sarafin, Arizona State Football Player, Tells Magazine He's Gay

    PHOENIX — An Arizona college football player has told a magazine he is gay, probably making him the first active major college football player to come out publicly. Chip Sarafin, an offensive lineman at Arizona State University, told a local gay...
  • Arizona State football player tells magazine he is gay

    PHOENIX (Reuters) - An Arizona college football player has told a magazine he is gay, probably making him the first active major college football player to come out publicly. Chip Sarafin, an offensive lineman at Arizona State University, told a local...
  • Arizona State OL Sarafin announces he is gay

    The Sports Xchange Arizona State OL Sarafin announces he is gay Edward "Chip" Sarafin, a senior offensive lineman for Arizona State University, announced that he is gay. Sarafin came out to Complete, an Arizona-based magazine that focuses on gays in...
  • 'Outlander' a Highland fling

    Diana Gabaldon's eight-book "Outlander" novel series has sold more than 25 million copies worldwide, yet the author didn't publish her first story the first "Outlander" novel until she was nearly 40 and already established in an academic career as a...
  • How Kentucky tobacco grew a possible miracle drug for Ebola problem

    When two American aid workers came down with the deadly Ebola virus recently, an experimental treatment materialized seemingly out of nowhere. How did a possible miracle drug for one of the deadliest diseases in Africa come to be grown half a world away...
  • Home of the Week: Chez Gray is 50 shades of Navy blue and gold

    Beth Henderson Gray and Dave Gray have a relationship that has spanned the decades, a few states and several rivers. It began when she flirted with a tall, handsome toll booth collector on one span of the Thousand Islands Bridge in upstate New York....
  • How do you take your coffee? With a college degree, please

    DEAR JOYCE: After hearing about the big employee scholarship program Starbucks is offering to employees, I'm surprised to note critics of the program. Why is that? -- S.E.J. The Starbucks effort is the splashiest bachelor's degree employer tuition...
  • When universities sell their souls, why do they have to sell so cheaply?

    When universities sell their souls, why do they have to sell so cheaply?
    Via Erik Loomis comes this report of a university engaging, not to put too fine a point on it, in the world's oldest profession. The case involves Arizona State University, which on Tuesday posted a job for an assistant professor in the history of...