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ITT Technical Institute Nationwide Shutdown

ITT Tech announced they will be shutting down all 130 of their campuses nationwide, leaving many students without the possibility of an ITT diploma. ITT Tech was one of the largest for-profit colleges in the nation with campuses in 38 states. In Florida, there were nine. Following their announcement, the …

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In The News: UF Students React To Trump’s Muslim Comments, Off-Duty Police Officer Kills Suspect In Tallahassee, Study Says Americans Aren’t Positive About Getting Out Of Debt, St. Augustine Teacher In Trouble After Relationship With Student, Fort Myers Breaks Ties With ZombiCon

Trump’s comments on Muslims bring disapproval but not surprise at UF – Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump called for a widespread ban on Muslims entering the U.S., a thought that has UF students disappointed but not surprised. One member of Islam on Campus called it “un-American” of Trump to against the …

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In the News: Burglary Suspect Killed By Alligator, FDLE Reports Surge in Gun Sales, Founder of The North Face Dies, Bomb Threat at Jacksonville High School

Deputies: Burglary Suspect Hiding in Pond Killed By Alligator – Matthew Riggins, a burglary suspect trying to evade authorities, was killed by an 11-foot alligator last month. Riggins, 22, drowned as a result of the gator attack. A forensic examination of the alligator located remains consistent with the injuries to …

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