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Dylan Song Recorded at Florida Tech Gets International Mention

The version of "Ballad in Plain D" from pianist Paul Anquez and vocalist Isabel Sörling was the "most memorable," a journalist says.

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Learning Outside the Classroom

Never bound to a classroom, active learning is part of the Florida Tech experience for all students, no matter their field of study.

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Marshall Project Reporter Headlines Free Speech Week Feb. 22-24

Additional Free Speech Week events include the “Free Speech, Free Press, Free Cookies” wall on Feb. 22 and “Live Free or Eat Free” on Feb. 24.

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COPLA News Roundup

A roundup of news, announcements and more from the faculty and staff of the College of Psychology and Liberal Arts.

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Student Anesti Vega Named Sea Hero of the Year

He will use the $5,000 in prize money to seed two annual dive certification scholarships at the Diversity in Aquatics organization.

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The Quiet Impact

Wherever you look, Panthers are there, driving the technology and processes that drive society.

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NPR Science Correspondent Joe Palca Headlines Florida Tech Free Speech Week

The event features free public lectures and discussions Feb. 17-18 on the First Amendment and the value of journalism.

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Arts & Communication Alumna Enters Global Music Industry

A lifelong singer-songwriter, Sara Torabi ’14, ’17 M.S., now works in sync licensing at Downtown Music Publishing in New York City.

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Humanities Alumna Turns Passion for Problem-Solving into Law Career

Kate Broderick ’10, ’14 M.S., is associate counsel with the corporate governance and transactions group at American International Group Inc. (AIG) in New York City.

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Florida Tech to Offer African American Studies Programming

The minor will have interdisciplinary courses aimed at studying and fostering understanding of the social, political, economic and cultural forces that impact the lives of Black people in the U.S. and around the world.

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