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The Daily Cougar
Q&A: Khator celebrates ten years, triumphs at UHwas “No.” I said, “I don’t know about the University of Houston. I’m very happy
The Daily Cougar / Posted 6 hours ago
was “No.” I said, “I don’t know about the University of Houston. I’m very happy here.” I was there for 22 years at the University of South Florida. Then eventually, I got a second call, then a couple of people from here who I had met in my... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
City Council candidates weigh in on noise ordinances, pier reconstruction"We pay a lot of money, especially on engineering. The more we focus on the eff
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 hours ago
"We pay a lot of money, especially on engineering. The more we focus on the efficiencies of government, the better we do." University of South Florida St. Petersburg student Jerick Johnston, 21, was the lone candidate present for District 4. He... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
After Hurricane Maria, long term health concerns set in for Puerto Ricocontinue. But for millions still living on the island, concerns over long term
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 17 hours ago
continue. But for millions still living on the island, concerns over long term health issues have only just begun, says University of South Florida physician Dr. Asa Oxner. "I think the long term health concerns are going to continue for... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Amidst opioid epidemic, new medical codes may have muddled dataof the codes,” said Dr. Russell S. Kirby, Marrell Endowed Chair at the Departme
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 19 hours ago
of the codes,” said Dr. Russell S. Kirby, Marrell Endowed Chair at the Department of Community and Family Health at University of South Florida. “That's probably something we need to evaluate.” Before 2015, the last time the coding system... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Pasco ponders sinkhole fixes in Land O'LakesDepartment indicated the water in the sinkhole now is of a higher quality than
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 21 hours ago
Department indicated the water in the sinkhole now is of a higher quality than water samples taken from Lake Saxon. The University of South Florida has recommended that the county hire G3 Group of Odessa for $15,000 to obtain subterranean images... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
The inside story behind Bears' wild two-point conversion play vs. Vikingsallows you to think about and do some different things." In the year 2000 … K
Chicago Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
allows you to think about and do some different things." In the year 2000 … King, now the running backs coach at the University of South Florida, dozed off watching Monday night's game. So he missed the moment when... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
These Tampa Bay 'swolemates' work hard at fitness and lovelifted weights together the next day. Lennon, a fitness instructor, and Martin,
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
lifted weights together the next day. Lennon, a fitness instructor, and Martin, a doctoral student and instructor at the University of South Florida, have been "pretty much inseparable" ever since, Martin said. What kind of fitness activities do... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Trigaux: Feeling lucky? 13 questions to test if you're up on Tampa Bay business scenehas partnered with Patel on this project? a) Florida International University.
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
has partnered with Patel on this project? a) Florida International University. b) Nova Southeastern University. c) University of South Florida. 13. Like most of the nation's larger metropolitan areas, Tampa Bay's joined the competition to... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Two former Florida Congress members explain partisan gridlockcommittee." That would have prevented the Republican colleague from raising mon
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
committee." That would have prevented the Republican colleague from raising money for re-election. Thursday's forum at the University of South Florida, "Why gridlock rules Washington, and how we can solve the crisis," is one of a series on campuses... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
For many, rising premiums for Part B Medicare will erase Social Security gainsrising costs have been shielded from cost increases for several years, said Tro
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
rising costs have been shielded from cost increases for several years, said Troy Quast, a health care economist at the University of South Florida. And since there was no cost-of-living adjustment to Social Security in 2016, Part B monthly... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Gulf Breeze grad returns to practice dermatologyof the UCF Burnett Honors College with a degree in Molecular Biology and Microb
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
of the UCF Burnett Honors College with a degree in Molecular Biology and Microbiology. She obtained her medical degree from University of South Florida College of Medicine where she was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society.... Read more
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14 WFIE Evansville
Fmr. Otters broadcaster dies in car wreckwomen’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s soccer for the Purple Aces. Af
14 WFIE Evansville / Posted 5 days ago
women’s basketball, baseball, men’s and women’s soccer for the Purple Aces. After a year at UE, Radomski took a job at the University of South Florida in the same capacity, overseeing media aspects for men’s basketball, cross country and track. He... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Afghani student inspires at HCC's Diversity Awards breakfasthas earned high marks at the college, putting her on track to receive her assoc
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
has earned high marks at the college, putting her on track to receive her associate's degree and enroll at the University of South Florida, where she will major in computer science. Her ultimate objective is to teach computer science... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
UT's Center for Ethics honors Premier Eye Care CEOTaylor had four local residents introduce her with glowing and sometimes humoro
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
Taylor had four local residents introduce her with glowing and sometimes humorous tributes: architect Yann Weymouth, former University of South Florida president Betty Castor, Tampa Bay Times columnist Ernest Hooper and St. Petersburg poet laureate... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Pulitzer Prize-winner to lecture on China Pulitzer Prize-winner to lecture on Chinainvited to speak as part of the Fall Distinguished Lecture Series sponsored by
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
invited to speak as part of the Fall Distinguished Lecture Series sponsored by the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of South Florida. His lecture is titled "China's Great Awakening: Why the World's Most Populous Country is... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Tampa Bay Rays bring relief to Puerto Rico, salvage cancer studydiabetics are going without insulin, baby formula is running low and pharmacies
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
diabetics are going without insulin, baby formula is running low and pharmacies are nearly empty. Two doctors from the University of South Florida spent the past week surveying the rural areas and creating a list of critical items needed... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
USF police investigate Facebook comment on Muslim speakera Facebook comment that some see as a threat against a Muslim-American activist
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
a Facebook comment that some see as a threat against a Muslim-American activist who was set to speak Wednesday night at the University of South Florida. Florida Hospital fielded a series of tweets and Facebook posts that demanded the firing of Wes... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
Celebration of Life held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Tampa Bay Rays send charter plane to Puerto Rico to pick up cancer patients, caregivers and nunshelp their way. The Tampa Bay Rays collaborated with the Moffit Cancer Center,
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 7 days ago
help their way. The Tampa Bay Rays collaborated with the Moffit Cancer Center, Ponce Health Sciences University, the University of South Florida, State Representative Janet Cruz and Course of Action Puerto Rico to charter a plane to Puerto... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Rays lead relief mission to Puerto Rico, teaming with Moffitt, USFsamples from the medical center, where generators are being pushed to their lim
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
samples from the medical center, where generators are being pushed to their limits, threatening critical cancer research. University of South Florida staff will be delivering 1,500 pounds in medicine, baby formula and other health supplies. And... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Christine Burdick retiring after 15 years leading Tampa Downtown Partnershipmore than a decade of effort. PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Publix coming to booming area
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
more than a decade of effort. PREVIOUS COVERAGE: Publix coming to booming area in downtown Tampa's Channel District The University of South Florida also has broken ground on a new medical school building near Amalie Arena, and the Jeff... Read more
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North Fort Myers Neighbor
Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
North Fort Myers Neighbor / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer
Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
Fort Myers Beach Bulletin & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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Lehigh Acres Citizen
Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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The Pine Island Eagle
Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
The Pine Island Eagle / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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CaptivaSanibel.com
Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
CaptivaSanibel.com / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Celebration of Life ceremony held for Dr. Lou MauneyN.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 7 days ago
N.C., on Dec. 23, 1951. After graduating from high school, Mauney served in the United States Air Force before entering the University of South Florida. In June 1981, he graduated medical school and in 1983 began practicing medicine out of a small... Read more
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The Temple News
Stadium study hoped to be completed by year’s endIt would likely be lower in height than the Liacouras Center, or about two or t
The Temple News / Posted 7 days ago
It would likely be lower in height than the Liacouras Center, or about two or three stories tall, he said. The University of South Florida, which also plays football in the American Athletic Conference, released a 41-page, $75,000... Read more
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Who will be the next head football coach at Oregon State?is considered a strong candidate to become the next head coach at his alma mate
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted 7 days ago
is considered a strong candidate to become the next head coach at his alma mater Nebraska. Current position: Head coach, University of South Florida Positives: Strong had a 37-15 in four seasons at Louisville, which led to his hiring at Texas.... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
'My heart just dropped;' USF project helps solve cold caseTAMPA -- At the University of South Florida they’ve taught detectives how to us
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 7 days ago
TAMPA -- At the University of South Florida they’ve taught detectives how to use sculpture to help solve cold cases. The human busts are constructed from a skull, some clay and few of any clues. Recently, one of those busts helped solve the case of... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Baseball can work for Tampa Bay in the right spot, stadium guru saysnot a good marketplace or it's not a baseball marketplace? I doubt it," said Le
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
not a good marketplace or it's not a baseball marketplace? I doubt it," said Leiweke, who was in town to participate in a University of South Florida sports business lecture series. "Or is that the experience is such that the there's nothing... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
In exhibiting her late-husband's art, she is showcasing her love9, a Wujcik painting and sketch will be part of an exhibit honoring recently de
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
9, a Wujcik painting and sketch will be part of an exhibit honoring recently deceased pop artist James Rosenquist at the University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum. "I did this because Theo mattered to the art world," Johnson said of... Read more
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Miami New Times
Chronic Pain Sufferers Say Gov. Rick Scott's Three-Day Opioid Limit Would Be Disasterselected newsletter(s) - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in!
Miami New Times / Posted 8 days ago
selected newsletter(s) - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! Dr. Khary Rigg, a health policy professor at University of South Florida agrees: "The vast majority of opioid addiction doesn't start with a prescription. Even among the... Read more
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Miami New Times
Chronic Pain Sufferers Say Gov. Rick Scott's Three-Day Opioid Limit Would Be Disasterselected newsletter(s) - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in!
Miami New Times / Posted 8 days ago
selected newsletter(s) - please keep an eye on your mailbox, we're movin' in! Dr. Khary Rigg, a health policy professor at University of South Florida agrees: "The vast majority of opioid addiction doesn't start with a prescription. Even among the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Can two low-performing charter schools improve? Hillsborough to hear their plans todayshow the school has 683 students. Community Charter School of Excellence, the
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
show the school has 683 students. Community Charter School of Excellence, the other school up for review, is in the University of South Florida area with 209 students, according to the district list. This isn't the first such presentation... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Hillsborough bus riders adjust to new realities, good and badBrunson, 64, said Monday that she was thankful for the new system. Normally, sh
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Brunson, 64, said Monday that she was thankful for the new system. Normally, she had to leave her house near the University of South Florida more than two hours before her doctors' appointments at Tampa General Hospital to make it on... Read more
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BlackNews.com
No One Has Done More For Dark Skin Than Activist Rashida Strober -- 5 Books and an Upcoming One-Woman Play in Harlem on November 4thproduced the play all over the US including the Atlanta Black Theater Festival,
BlackNews.com / Posted 8 days ago
produced the play all over the US including the Atlanta Black Theater Festival, The DC Black Theater Festival and at the University of South Florida. A victim of what Rashida calls dark skin mental abuse she decided to release her story to the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Pizzafire fires up on Fowler, plans for more locationsSean Brauser, opened his first Pizza­fire restaurant in Akron, Ohio. This mont
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
Sean Brauser, opened his first Pizza­fire restaurant in Akron, Ohio. This month, the 23rd location will open near the University of South Florida, and there are 35 more slated to open in seven states by the end of the year. The Tampa Bay area... Read more
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5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville
“Spy Schools” Author Breaks Down How Intelligence Agencies Exploit Collegeshow he stumbled across the practice in the first place “I wrote an article a c
5News Ft. Smith-Fayetteville / Posted 10 days ago
how he stumbled across the practice in the first place “I wrote an article a couple of years ago about a professor at the University of South Florida, born in China but a U.S. citizen, whom the FBI was trying to pressure to spy on China, and I... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
From farm fields to flight paths: Researchers working to turn a novel oilseed crop into jet fuelpartners in the SPARC project include Auburn, Mississippi State, Florida A&M an
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 10 days ago
partners in the SPARC project include Auburn, Mississippi State, Florida A&M and North Carolina State universities, the University of South Florida, the USDA Agricultural Research Service, Agrisoma Biosciences Inc., Applied Research Associates... Read more
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CBS News
How intelligence agencies infiltrate college campuseshow he stumbled across the practice in the first place "I wrote an article a c
CBS News / Posted 10 days ago
how he stumbled across the practice in the first place "I wrote an article a couple of years ago about a professor at the University of South Florida, born in China but a U.S. citizen, whom the FBI was trying to pressure to spy on China, and I... Read more
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The Hill
Trump sabotage seen on ObamaCareup then we should have had,” said Jodi Ray, director of Florida Covering Kids a
The Hill / Posted 11 days ago
up then we should have had,” said Jodi Ray, director of Florida Covering Kids and Families, which is affiliated with the University of South Florida. “We had a very well thought out plan, and we definitely had to go back and revise that plan... Read more
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The Register Citizen
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
The Register Citizen / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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The Middletown Press
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
The Middletown Press / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Man convicted in 1991 North Tampa double murder set to die next monthBrandon Snider and Robert Carter. The two men were found dead in their townhome
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
Brandon Snider and Robert Carter. The two men were found dead in their townhome in the Cambridge Woods apartments near the University of South Florida. Snider, 27, had been stabbed in the chest and had his throat slashed. Carter, 28, was shot six... Read more
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Connecticut Post
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
Connecticut Post / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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Greenwich Time
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
Greenwich Time / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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The News-Times
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
The News-Times / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
In Cold War Cuba, failed rescue delivered high adventureCongressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 11 days ago
Congressman Sam Gibbons, who also saw combat during World War II and whose many accomplishments included helping found the University of South Florida, warned his friend to stay home. The United States had threatened to arrest Americans who took... Read more
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