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Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsThe Nat Moore Foundation awarded nearly $100,000 in scholarships and gifts to 26 South Florida high school graduates. The scholarships will assist the students in paying for expenses associated with their higher education, including tuition and fees,...
Mayo on the Side: Michael Mayo | Sun Sentinel BlogsWhere does Florida lottery education money go? That's the question I've heard most often in nine years as a news columnist ??? other than "do you miss sports?" Variations include: "How come schools are always crying about their budgets......
FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsWell, it's not just FAU football team's RPI ranking that has been suffering lately. FAU's Academic Progress Rate (APR) continues to fall below the NCAA's cutoff for an acceptable score, and thus FAU has been penalized for the fourth......
The Swampby Amanda Erickson If you're paying attention to Congress, you've probably heard they passed a bill that tries to make college more affordable for students. What has received less attention is a provision that will make everyone's life a little......
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Palm Beach Politics | Sun-Sentinel BlogsBy Erika Pesantes staff writer As the city prepares for its first public budget hearing next week and braces for a $6 million shortfall, commissioners Tuesday decided to give up on a proposal to eliminate a $50,000 pot of money......
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The Swampby Laura Olson Are states ready for the long lines and vote counting that will come along with an energized electorate this November? Researchers at Common Cause, a non-partisan group advocating election reform and accountability, released a report...
FAU Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsHad a story in the SS today on Daniel Joseph, the defensive end who had FAU???s only sack against NT, and a bunch of hurries. You can TAKE A LOOK at the story, or here is the Readers Digest......
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The SwampBy Christi Parsons and John McCormick A Chicago native and longtime friend and aide to Barack Obama is being named chief of staff to Valerie Jarrett, the Chicago businesswoman and real-estate developer who will be Assistant to the President for......
Spin CycleA story that will make a lot of rounds, from the Guardian yesterday. If true, Michael Bloomberg, NYC's world-pandering minister of foreign affairs, would not approve: "The incoming Obama administration is prepared to abandon George Bush's ??doctrine of...
The Swampby Mark Silva President Barack Obama, announcing a $75-billion federal aid plan for millions of homeowners facing mortgage foreclosures, today will say the nation is facing "a crisis unlike any we've ever known.'' Appearing in Mesa, Arizona, to announce...
WatchdogI wrote a post last week about Oceanside High's own Art Heyman tied to the debut Monday night of HBO's new documentary about the Duke-North Carolina rivalry. What about the show itself? Is it worth watching? As with most HBO......
Palm Beach Politics - Sun-Sentinel BlogsGov. Charlie Crist has signed legislation into law that allows teachers to receive tuition waivers at state universities and colleges when taking courses in mathematics, science, and special education. The measure, House Bill 723, was sponsored by state...
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