Month: April 2021

Sen. Rick Scott Slams NCAA Over Transgender Policy Threat as Florida Legislature Takes Up Transgender Sports Bill

The NCAA Board of Governors stated on Monday that it would consider pulling championships from states that ban transgender athletes from participating in women’s and girls’ sports. […]

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FDA Recommends Pause in Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccines Due to Blood Clots Cases

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) together with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is recommending a pause in the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine after several instances of severe blood clots in recipients. […]

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Florida Tech International Business Study Abroad Prepares Students for Global Success

THE INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MAJORS offered by Florida Institute of Technology’s Nathan M. Bisk College of Business, together with the school’s exciting Study Abroad program, provide students with a valuable international perspective that prepares them for success on a global scale. […]

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Grammy-Winner Jeffrey Biegel to Join Space Coast Symphony for ‘Rhapsody in Blue & Bolero’ April 24

Grammy-winning pianist, Jeffrey Biegel returns to Central Florida to join the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra for Rhapsody in Blue & Bolero at 7:00 PM on Saturday, April 24 at the Scott Center for the Performing Arts in north Melbourne, 5625 Holy Trinity Drive, 32940. […]

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Melbourne High School Applied Cybersecurity Students Compete in ‘Capture the Flag’ Cybersecurity Competition

Mel High Applied Cybersecurity instructor, Mr. Schweich, took six students from the Mel High Applied Cybersecurity program to Orange Technical College recently to compete against other local high school cybersecurity programs in the 4th Annual Orange Technical College Capture the Flag Cybersecurity Competition. […]

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