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  • Volusia schools deputy superintendent takes professor job at Stetson

     
    Longtime Volusia County schools administrator Chris Colwell is leaving the school district to teach at Stetson University in DeLand. Colwell recently announced he's retiring as Volusia's deputy superintendent for instructional services to become an...
  • Marla Weech: Central Florida News 13 shifts her to morning

     
    Weech replaces Lisa Bell, who left News 13 last week. "She is no longer with News 13," Smythe said. "We do wish her well. We appreciate her work the last four years."...
  • Florida Tech, Embry-Riddle grads earn highest salaries in Florida

     
    Graduates of Florida Institute of Technology and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University earn higher salaries than graduates of other Florida universities, according to a recent report from PayScale.com. PayScale.com is a Seattle-based group that analyzes...
  • Group of oustanding students receives scholarships

     
     The Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund of Metro Orlando (HHSFMO),     announced the recipients of the 2011 Hispanic Heritage Scholarship. The recipients will be honored during the 12th Annual “Gowns and Guayaberas” gala on Saturday, October...
  • ‘Break Through’ first theater offering at The Abbey

     
    The Abbey's first theatrical production will open Aug. 26 at the downtown Orlando nightclub/performance space. “Break Through: Bringing Down the Barriers” is about societal barriers faced by those who are gay, lesbian, bisexual and...
  • Museum of Florida Art seeks replacement for director Jennifer Coolidge

     
    The Museum of Florida Art will honor its former executive director Jennifer Coolidge at its annual meeting on Oct. 27 with a reception in her honor. Coolidge, who served for nearly 10 years as executive director for the Museum of Florida Art, resigned...
  • 3 Florida dental school plans are widely different

     
    I was reading through the lengthy proposals submitted recently by three state universities that want to either open new dental schools in Florida or expand one already in operation. Here are some of the highlights: – University of Florida in...
  • UCF has $600,000 to give out to health majors

     
    Money's tight everywhere but if you're studying a health-related field at the University of Central Florida, you just might be in luck. The college announced this morning that it has almost $600,000 in federal scholarship money to give out to financially-...
  • Sorority holds candlelight vigil at UCF for Ann Hefferin

     
    Last night, sorority sisters of Ann Hefferin, the UCF student who died last week after her roommates found her unresponsive in their on-campus apartment, held a candlelight vigil. Hefferin, a freshman, had just joined the Delta Delta Delta sorority....
  • First Accidental Music Festival begins Sunday

     
    UCF graduate Christopher Belt didn’t mean to start a music festival. Honest. And that’s how the Accidental Music Festival, a 10-day free celebration of new classical, jazz and experimental music that debuts Sunday, Sept. 4, got its name. &#...
  • UCF fraternity had been sanctioned for alcohol-related misconduct

     
    Sigma Chi, the UCF fraternity that hosted the party that student Ann Hefferin attended the night before she died, has been sanctioned once in recent years for alcohol-related misconduct, public records show. Sigma Chi is under review right now because...
  • UCF introduces car-sharing program for students, staff

     
    Are you a UCF student who's tired of  bumming rides from your roommates? Maybe you can't afford your own car but you'd love to have access to one for a few hours at a time so you can run out for groceries or drive to the beach? Well, listen up because the...