The FAMU-FSU College of Engineering, the nation’s only joint engineering college, shared between two institutions—Florida A&M and Florida State universities—gained seven points in the annual graduate and professional programs rankings in U.S. News & World Report’s 2019 edition of “Best Graduate Schools.”
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra said rookie center Bam Adebayo would sit out the game after he sprained his right ankle in Sunday’s loss to the Indiana Pacers. The Heat will already be without starting center Hassan Whiteside, who is expected to miss his ninth consecutive game with a hip flexor strain […]
Did you know that one of the most useful fibers in the world was created by a female? This remarkable woman is a Polish American chemist named Stephanie Louise Kwolek. She was working for an American chemical company named DuPont when she discovered this material.
When we were six years old, a lot of us were probably focused on playing Hide and Go Seek, racing on bikes, playing Hopscotch and then enjoying a nice Lilly Dilly. How things were going to get paid for, was not a priority, but we were always reminded that “money did not grow on trees.” Well, at the innocent age of six, Braydon Burton, known in the community as Limmonad Man, has managed to balance both work and play. […]
School Board Member Dr. Steve Gallon III held his monthly Student Recognition Ceremony at Miami Norland Senior High School. Students, parents, teachers, and administrators attended the celebration designed to recognize the success of students in District 1.
That’s why Pfizer Inc., partnered with the Sickle Cell Disease Association of America (SCDAA) to create, one SCDvoice, a digital platform that provides access to resources designed to increase knowledge, emotional support, and help empower people living with SCD, according to a press release about the new platform. […]
Greyhound buses, once a symbol of travel on America’s vast highways, have become rolling traps where U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents routinely board to unlawfully interrogate, detain and arrest passengers. […]
It was once the headquarters of one of America’s first Black woman millionaires. Today, the Madam Walker Theatre Center, a cherished relic from a bygone era of Indianapolis Black culture, is getting a major makeover.