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  • Jackie Brito: Status from college rankings can be part of the search

    Not all college rankings are created equal — especially when you factor in the diverse focus and methodologies used for each ranking. As such, rankings are highly beneficial for use in college marketing. Colleges leverage rankings to promote...
  • Winter Park History Museum finds success with train exhibit

    Winter Park History Museum finds success with train exhibit
    It’s the 1880s, in the city of Boston. A couple recalls that the previous winter, there was a blizzard so devastating that it actually claimed lives. That’s when the husband points out he promised that the following winter, they would make a...
  • The Capen House: Not just a house

    The Capen House: Not just a house
    Thad Seymour, president emeritus of Rollins College, raised his glass and gave a toast, "To perseverance!" It was elegant in its simplicity. And dead on in summarizing the grit and resolve it took to get to this moment. It's been one year since...
  • New exhibit links art museum with boutique hotel

    New exhibit links art museum with boutique hotel
    They sound like two very different entities – a museum where people go to see art exhibits, and a boutique hotel where people stay during their trips to Central Florida. But if a leading education institution like Rollins College happens to...
  • New partnership aiming for front porch-style talks

    New partnership aiming for front porch-style talks
    It’s a project, Patrick Chapin noted, that will cover a wide range of subjects, and help confront a vast number of challenges that Winter Park is sure to be grappling with in the future. But the project has a fairly simple name, he added, one that...
  • Actriz puertorriqueña Betsy Landín en película "Dolphin Tale 2"

    Actriz puertorriqueña Betsy Landín en película "Dolphin Tale 2"
    Los actores y actrices — algunos veteranos y otros novatos — de la película Dolphin Tale regresan a las salas de cine este viernes con la secuela Dolphin Tale 2. Entre ellos la puertorriqueña Betsy Landín, quien volvió a asumir su papel de...
  • UF top Florida school in annual U.S. News rankings (again)

    UF top Florida school in annual U.S. News rankings (again)
    The University of Florida is once again the state's top-ranked public university, according to the annual rankings by U.S. News & World Report. The Gainesville school earned a Top 50 spot on the "national universities" list and even a higher place on...
  • Virginia 'Ginny' Schlensker was model for comic strip sweetheart

    Virginia 'Ginny' Schlensker was model for comic strip sweetheart
    Buz Sawyer was a comic strip hero, a Navy pilot who fought the Japanese during World War II from the back pages of the daily newspaper. When he wasn't busy battling the enemy, he fell in love with a dark-haired beauty and married her. Her name was...
  • America: From melting pot to nudie shots

    America: From melting pot to nudie shots
    William Blake believed "Art can never exist without naked beauty displayed." I bet that the pilfered private naked photos of beauties Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton that publicly will be displayed at a St. Petersburg art gallery next month —...
  • Do college rankings offer insight?: Front Burner

    Do college rankings offer insight?: Front Burner
    This year, for the first time, college football powers will square off in a four-team playoff to decide who's top dog. No Ivy League schools will be crashing that party. Then, it's in the annual college rankings issued by arbiters like U.S. News & World...
  • Florida colleges promote online service to boost voting

    Florida colleges promote online service to boost voting
    More than a million Florida college students are being encouraged to join the ranks of voters this fall using an Internet service called TurboVote, a "one-stop shop" for registration and information on how and where to cast ballots. Thirty-nine colleges...
  • Beats shed light on "mad" living: New Voices

    Beats shed light on "mad" living: New Voices
    As a 20-year-old airman, one of roughly 5,000 stationed in Korea in 2008, I was concerned primarily with defending Kunsan Air Base and consuming vast amounts of soju, a rice liquor that mixed well with anything except young Americans abroad. But that...