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Jimbo Fisher and Jameis Winston

Florida State vs Louisville LIVE Radio Broadcast: Seminoles Must Defend Undefeated Record Against Tough Cardinals Defense

Oct 30, 2014 PM EDT The Florida State Seminoles (2) are defending their spot in the College Football Playoff (CFP) on the road against the Louisville Cardinals (25). ...

University of Pennsylvania

Wasting Time on the Internet Course at UPenn Aims at Exploring 'the New Surrealism'

Oct 30, 2014 PM EDT The University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) is now offering a course that many of its Ivy League students may not know much about, Wasting Time on the Internet. ...


Fungal Disease Killing European Salamanders Could Soon Make Its Way to American Populations

Oct 30, 2014 PM EDT A new study has detailed a deadly fungal disease currently wreaking havoc on salamanders and newts in Europe that could soon hit American populations. ...

Oklahoma Sooners Football

Joe Mixon Enters Alford Guilty Plea, Suspended Oklahoma Running Back May Avoid Prison Time

Oct 30, 2014 PM EDT Joe Mixon, an Oklahoma Sooners five-star running back recruit, has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor and may wind up avoiding jail time altogether. ...

Cody Cousins

Cody Cousins, Purdue Student Convicted of Murder, Commits Suicide in His Cell

Oct 30, 2014 PM EDT Cody Cousins, a 24-year-old man convicted of shooting a classmate in a Purdue University building, has committed suicide in prison. ...

Tim Cook

Tim Cook Announces He Is Gay, Reactions Range from Outright Support to 'So What?'

Oct 30, 2014 AM EDT Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, one of the most prominent tech companies in the world, has come out as gay. ...

Karlos Williams

Karlos Williams Likely to Be Placed Under Florida State's Title IX Probe Due to Federal Law

Oct 30, 2014 AM EDT As a possible perpetrator in a domestic violence case, Karlos Williams may be subject to a Title IX probe, though Florida State University (FSU) would not comment. ...

Emma Sulkowicz

Carry That Weight Together Turning Emma Sulkowicz's Stand Against Campus Sexual Assault a Global Movement

Oct 30, 2014 AM EDT "Carry That Weight" is a Columbia University visual arts student's senior thesis project, but it has now transformed into a global stand against sexual assault on college campuses. ...

AT&T Stadium

College Football Playoff Rankings Predictions: Who Will Represent the SEC?

Oct 29, 2014 PM EDT Unlike any other college football poll, the College Football Playoff's (CFP) weekly rankings got started when the season is beyond half over. ...

Atlantic Coast Leopard Frog

Scientists Discover New Frog Species in NYC, Honor Amphibian Expert Who Noticed It First

Oct 29, 2014 PM EDT A researcher at Rutgers University teamed up with a group of co-authors to publish as study on a new species of frog found New York City, of all places. ...

Roy Williams

Roy Williams Feels Personally 'Hurt' By UNC Academic Scandal, 'Worried Sick' About NCAA Investigation

Oct 29, 2014 PM EDT Roy Williams may not have taken part in the University of North Carolina's (UNC) "paper class" scandal, but he is still not happy. ...

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

Rose-Hulman Institute May Soon Nix Admission Essay in Favor of Personality Test

Oct 29, 2014 PM EDT Indiana's Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology seems to be moving away from the typical admissions essay and more towards a personality test. ...

Mississippi St. Bulldogs

College Football Playoff Committee Releases First Rankings, Heavily Favoring SEC West

Oct 29, 2014 AM EDT The College Football Playoff (CFP) selection committee has released their much anticipated first top 25 ranking. ...

University of Southern California

Top 10 Film Schools in the US: California a Great Place to Major in Film, Video and Photo Arts

Oct 29, 2014 AM EDT When looking for a film school, prospective students cannot do much better than picking a Los Angeles- or New York-based school. ...

Orbital Antares Rocket Explosion

Orbital Sciences Antares Rocket Explosion; No Injuries, But Hundreds of Millions of Dollars in Damages

Oct 29, 2014 AM EDT Sometimes even rocket scientists can get rocket science wrong, as NASA Associate Administrator Bill Gerstenmaier called it "a really tough business." ...

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