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  • From zero to 104,000: Or how job counts can be sketchy

     
    New numbers indicate that the U.S. added 80,000 jobs in October, but it's not that relatively anemic figure that caught my attention. Instead, look at the revised figure for August. When data for that month was first released, it showed the country...
  • Video: The Division II Rollins Tars beat NBA players in a scrimmage

     
    The Division II Rollins College Tars beat a team of current and former Orlando Magic players in a 40-minute scrimmage Thursday afternoon at Rollins....
  • Lauren Rowe looks at feminism on ‘Flashpoint’

     
    On "Political Connections," anchor Ybeth Bruzual discusses issues facing the Florida Legislature next year with Rep. Scott Plakon from Longwood. Politifact’s Truth-O-Meter examines statements by President Barack Obama, Florida Democratic Party...
  • Father and son find common bond in art show

     
    Arthur Jones’ carved-wood sculptures tell tales, revealing aspects of his personality he struggles to express with words. Sam Jones uses his paintings and mixed-media work to tell stories of himself, shedding light on his own psyche. Like father,...
  • Rollins College professor’s work on National Public Radio

     
    Rollins College houses a chorus of literary voices. There's Billy Collins, a former U.S. poet laureate who may just be one of the most visible versifiers in this country. There's the critic Terry Teachout, author of biographies on characters as ...
  • New jobless claims up again; Labor market still soft

     
    A dreary jobs report is floating around today, just in case you thought the economy had caught fire and was burning up the financial charts. It shows that more people than anticipated filed first-time jobless claims, a sign of continued weakness in the...
  • Rollins is building hotel to raise money for scholarships

     
    Rollins College in Winter Park is building an upscale hotel about a block from campus to raise money for college scholarships. When you stay at the hotel, eat in its restaurant or rent meeting space there, you'll be helping kids pay for their classes. You...
  • Cornell Museum at Rollins College opens 4 new art exhibits

     
    The Cornell Museum opens a few exhibits with an American twist on Saturday, July 2. Photographer E. Brady Robinson’s “Transfer” exhibition shows off photos that capture her environment — including scenes in and around Florida....
  • At UCF, rare music manuscript yields clues to its history

     
    Like a detective hunting for clues, Kathleen Sewright pores over a fragile music manuscript on an upper floor of University of Central Florida’s library. There is a mystery afoot: What is the history of the extremely rare, centuries-old...
  • Seminole State College announces 2011-12 music schedule

     
    Seminole State College has a slew of music events lined up for the coming season. Here's the schedule of musical offerings planned at the college (a few nonmusic but artsy discussions take place in the “ArtsMatters” series); all events take...
  • Robin Jensen joins Florida Opera Theatre

     
    The ever-growing Florida Opera Theatre has formalized its working relationship with Robin Jensen and appointed her director of youth programs. Jensen has a master of music degree in piano performance from Drake University with additional opera and piano...
  • Cornell Museum offers free admission to military

     
    The relevant parts of the press release from Rollins College's Cornell Fine Arts Museum are below, but the upshot is this: Cornell will be offering free admission to active military and their families through Labor Day as one of the national Blue Star...