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Florida Sentinel Bulletin
2207 E 21st Ave
Tampa, FL 33605 Directions
LEGACY LUNCHEON HONORS ALUMNI, COMMUNITY CITIZEN The Hillsborough County Alumni Chapter of Bethune-Cookman University National Alumni Association, held its Second Annual Legacy Luncheon, honoring Legacy Alumni in the chapter, along with a Community Citizen, who exemplifies excellence in service in Hillsborough County.The 11:30 a. m. luncheon was held Saturday, March 16th, at the
MAJOR CHARITY ADAMS EARLEY Commander of the 6888thCentral Postal Directory Battalion WOMEN OF THE 6888thCentral Postal Directory Battalion The Womens Army Corps WAC of the U. S. Army was created by a law signed by President Franklin D. Roosevelton 1 July 1943. The WAC was converted from the Womens Army Auxiliary Corps
WANDA BLANCHETT STEVE CURRALL DEBASISH DUTTA JEFFREY VITTER BY IRIS B. HOLTON Sentinel City Editor On Tuesday, the University of South Floridas Search Committee selected four finalists to fill the vacancy as its 7thpresident. Dr. Judy Genshaft plans to retire on July 1st. The finalists are:Dr. Wanda Blanchett, Dr.
Retired educator and former School Board Member Doris Ross Reddick, seated, is shown with: current School Board Members, Cindy Stuart and Karen Perez former School Board Member, Doretha Edgecomb, and School Board Chair, Tamara Shamburger. The girls marched to the Edgecomb Courthouse, where they stood in front of Lady Justice and were empowered
Tampa Bay Business Journal
4890 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33609 Directions
The University of South Florida has chosen Steven C. Currall to become its next president. The choice was announced on Friday at the Board of Trustees meeting, after Currall and three other candidates spent the last three days fielding questions from the 15-person presidential search committee and the Board of Trustees themselves. Currall will be president-elect until March 28, when the Board of Governors will have the final approval. Current President Judy Genshaft has served for 19 years, taking
A range of business and transportation leaders came together at the Gulf Marine Shipyard Friday to kick off the Florida Maritime Partnership, a group advocating for the states domestic maritime industry.Backdropped by a Crowley Maritime Corp. ship carrying cars, container and fuel to Puerto Rico, politicians from across the state touted the number of jobs created by domestic shipping transporting goods between U.S. ports.Those trade lanes are governed by the Jones Act, a century-old law
The new resort will add 300 new timeshare units at the Disney Vacation Club product.
Floridas jobless rate ticked up in February for the second straight month, according to numbers released Friday by the state Department of Economic Opportunity. The 3.5 percent unemployment rate represents 357,000 Floridians out of jobs from a workforce of 10.34 million. The states unemployment rate was 3.4 percent in January. With drops in jobs involving transportation, warehousing and utilities and information fields, 5,000 more Floridians were out of work in February than in the January
Small 10-20 employeesThe Tampa Bay Trust Co.Location: TampaWhat is your company culture in a hashtagAlwaysDoTheRightThingTampa Bay TrustCompany provides investment management services to individuals, foundations, families, and non-profit organizations.How would you describe your company to someone outside of your industry First and foremost, we help families manage their financial future to help meet their needs and goals. Our company was created in response to high net worth
401 W Kennedy Blvd
Tampa, FL 33606 Directions
By Ana Braccialli The UT men and womens lacrosse teams represented the Spartans well on Feb. 25, receiving five player of the week nominations in the same week. The womens team beat the North Greenville University Crusaders by 14-6 after upsetting the No. 12 Limestone College Saints by a final score of 20-11. Due to their performance, Bridget Sutter, sophomore goalkeeper, earned the Defensive Player of the Week honor, while her teammate, Carly Vaccaro, junior attacker earned Sunshine State Conference SSC Offensive Player of the Week. For me to win player of the week was an overall amazing feeling, said Vaccaro. Especially as a junior and after all the hard work thats been put in since freshman year when I started. Vaccaro earned the award after recording seven points on three goals and four assists against the Saints and six points from six goals against the Crusaders. According to the attacker, her goal is to keep obtaining the feeling and thrill of achieving something theyve never done before. I think we are all so passionate this season and willing to do whatever it takes mentally and physically, said Vaccaro. Im just excited to see where this season takes us. Sutter ...
By Jake Klausner The UT beach volleyball team competed March 1-2 at the home tournament against Tennessee Martin, Coastal Carolina, Jacksonville and Eckerd. The team played a total of four games, finishing with a 3-1 record. UT played their first match against Tennessee Martin, resulting in a 5-0 sweep. The Spartans only loss of the tournament was on Friday, where they lost 4-1 to Coastal Carolina. We had a really tough match against Coastal Carolina, said assistant coach Kim Amerell. We came up a little short, but all of the matches were competitive and they couldve gone either way. The second day of the tournament was full of success, as they were able to win both of their games against Jacksonville and Eckerd College. The team seemed to be hitting on all cylinders in both of their matches. I think that when we lost to Coastal Carolina, we came together as a team and everybody figured out the bumps that we got over and everything came out really well, said senior transfer Caroline Pomet. Even after their tough loss against Coastal Carolina, Head Coach Jeff Lamm had high-praise for his team. Every match, we get a little bit better, ...
By Isabel Marhoun UTs basketball teams are preparing for a postseason run in March. This past week Dori Nagy of the womens team and Marco Downer of the mens team were named Sunshine State Conference SSC player of the week. As the season is coming to a close, the basketball teams are far from finished. Nagy is a forward who leads the SSC with 9.2 boards per game and in the past 11 games, has hit double digits in her rebounds. The first thing that motivates me is that I want to win more than anything, said Nagy. The goals that are in front of me and my teammates are to get to the tournament and to win the conference championships. Right now, the womens team is ranked seventh in the NCAA and are on a five game winning streak, sporting a 21-7 record. The Spartans are committed to making a tournament run, according to assistant coach Caitlyn Mitryk. Feb. 27 was the last regular season game for both the women and mens basketball teams and now they are on to the first round playoffs. Marco Downer, freshman center, was awarded the SSC defensive player of the week. This season ...
by Sydney Rhodes Time Magazine named The Guardians Person of the Year and featured journalists including staffers of the Capital Gazette Annapolis, Marylands local newspaper. In the pool of Capital Gazette staffers seen on the cover, Selene San Felice, UT 16 alumna and a feature reporter, was one of them. San Felice, a former editor of The Minaret, will return to UT to share her story amongst other journalism alumni working in the field. As a survivor of the Capital Gazette shooting in June 2018, San Felice will share her experiences in her career to UT students pursuing a future in journalism. As a victim of gun violence and a reporter, Ive learned a lot about what its like to be on both sides of the story, said San Felice. What its like to be reported on and what its like to report on tragedies, just like mine. The journalism program will host the first annual Journalism Week, which will take place on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 26 and 27. The events will host four UT alumni, who are working as reporters, multimedia journalists and producers. The week will begin with the UT Journalism Distinguished Alumni Award Ceremony on Tuesday, ...
By Travis Politakis The UT track program hosted its annual UT Invitational on March 1 at Pepin stadium. The meet consisted of 16 schools and 21 events. The Spartans walked away with several broken records and personal best following their first meet of the season. I definitely feel like there is an advantage being able to perform on the same track where we practice every day, said senior runner Ryan Poholek. Poholek took home fourth place in the Mens 800 meters with a time of 1:54:02, setting a university record. Poholek cited the camaraderie the Spartans share together as a driving force. We all are held together by the fact that we all love running, said Poholek. I think theres a special bond that goes on when we all are up at 5:30 in the morning to run. We all love to watch each other grow and improve every day. The mens team also had success in the 1500 meter, with sophomore James Dooley setting his personal best and taking home fourth place with a time of 4:01.83. Dooley was happy with his start and has big aspirations for the rest of the season. This race was a good starting ...
365 105th Terrace NE
St Petersburg, FL 33702 Directions
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