Living history at the inauguration by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 01, 2010 “Few events in our lives are worthy of the attention of an entire nation. Often, we believe that these events will never happen in our lifetime, but how wrong we can be. No matter the particular partisan view, millions of American's clamored to watch the inauguration of the 44th President of The United States, Barack Obama.”
World Affairs Program hopes to add to their titles this weekend in Canada by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 01, 2010 “It won't be their first and it's most definitely not their last, but the World Affairs Program is heading out for another conference. This time, it's international. Florida State University's WAP has traveled annually to Model United Nations and Crisis Simulation conferences in places like Washington, D.”
A dream come true by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “Their talent and hard work as amateurs gave them the opportunity to chase a dream they've had since the first time they touched a football.
On Feb. 1, that dream will be a reality for five former Florida State standouts. Three Pittsburgh Steelers - cornerback Bryant McFadden, linebacker Lawrence Timmons and defensive tackle Orpheus Roye - and two Arizona Cardinals - wide receiver Anquan Boldin and defensive tackle Darnell Dockett - will be on the field when the Steelers and Cardinals clash in Super Bowl XLIII at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Sunday night.”
Battle of ACC unbeatens by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “The Florida State women's basketball team will face off against another tough Atlantic Coast Conference opponent when the Duke Blue Devils visit the Donald L. Tucker Center Thursday at 7 p.m. When the No. 18 Seminoles (17-4, 5-0 ACC) and the No. 3 Blue Devils play, it will be a meeting between the two teams that sit tied atop one of the best conferences in college basketball.”
Expand your horizons by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “Looking to become more involved on campus while becoming friends with people from other backgrounds?
Well, maybe it's time for you to get involved with the Conversation Partner Program at Florida State University. This program is one in which international students are given the opportunity to learn and practice English as well as to establish more interaction with the American culture.”
9 down, 1,452 to go! by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “Days, that is, until the chances of whatever damage our new president does may begin to be undone. Barring a Republican Congressional landslide between now and 2013 - one that is reminiscent of the post-Clinton 1994 takeover - Obama's first week in office does not inspire a great deal of confidence in the future of our country.”
She came, she saw, she conquered by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “A Florida State University classics professor received an award earlier this month for her excellence in teaching. Laurel Fulkerson was awarded the American Philological Association's Award for Excellence in Teaching on Jan. 10 at their 140th annual conference this year in Philadelphia.”
Juicy Campus does no good by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “When you first enter the Juicy Campus Web site at juicycampus.com, you read: "Juicy Campus is the world's most authentic college Web site with content generated by college students for college students. Just remember, keep it Juicy!" Throughout our lives, we have all felt agony and pain.”
Dear Director by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “Q: I got really sick during the semester break with coughing, a sore throat and aching muscles. I felt terrible! I assumed it was a cold, but aren't these also symptoms of the flu? How can you tell the difference between them, and how can I avoid getting sick like that again? A: Getting sick is no fun, whether it's a common cold or the flu.”
One-man jam band by FSView & Florida FlambeauJan 28, 2009 “Imagine a full live show involving guitar, bass, vocals, beats, marimbas, synthesizer, piano, etc. Now imagine that this whole show was put on by one man. Is this impossible? Not for Keller Williams. The 38-year-old father of two and one-man jam band from Fredricksburg, Va.”
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