By next week, the people who make sure the nation has a player worthy of the Heisman trophy - and the ESPN primetime show devoted to it - will have had their say.
When Benazir Bhutto, the recently assassinated former prime minister of Pakistan, returned to her homeland some months ago, more than a few of my informed sources made reference to a "dead woman walking."
...Bachelor of Science in health services administration, a master's degree in business administration from the University of Central Florida and is a fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives. Lehner spent her childhood in Connecticut...
...coordinator for Stanley Stuart Yoffee & Hendrix. The groom is the son of Steve and Janice Davis. A graduate of the University of Central Florida, he is an assistant general manager for Jersey Mike's Subs. The matron of honor will be Nicole Howe, and...
Instead of looking for what the Obama administration accomplished in the first 100 days or what it might achieve in the next 100, we should focus on the longer term. The 1,000-day mark interests me far more than the sprouts of the administration's early seeds.
In a period of uncertainty, rapid change and economic disruption, it is more important than ever to plan for the future. Strategizing is especially urgent for America's young people, who already face the most difficult job market in decades. To compete in the global marketplace, they must assemble a carefully selected basket of skills.
In the debate over terrorism, weapons of mass destruction and the threat they present to America's communities, retired U.S. Air Force Col. Randall Larsen says we may stand in the way of our own safety. This happens, according to him, because we typically pose the wrong questions.
...classroom. Far too many never graduate. That's what The Institute for Diversity and Ethics in Sport at the University of Central Florida found in a study released Monday. The annual report is called "Keeping Score When it Counts: Graduation...
...is sobering. Americans should join the discussion and actively encourage serious solutions - before it is too late. John C. Bersia is the special assistant to the president for global perspectives at the University of Central Florida.
As I made my way from one national-security discussion to another, the conversation never strayed far from an imposing topic: the 21st century's emerging or renascent powers. Whether Americans like it or not, they must share influence with several countries that have risen in prominence, notably China, India and Russia.
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