The birth of a Tube-Dude

The birth of a Tube-Dude

If you’ve spent any time in Sarasota, it’s likely you’ve come across a brightly colored, aluminum figure, otherwise known as a Tube-Dude. Throughout the area, there are hundreds on display, and whatever color, form or situation you might find a...
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Southern white rhino calf born at Lowry Park Zoo

Southern white rhino calf born at Lowry Park Zoo

Born on Sept. 12, Tampa’s newborn rhino is the sixth successful birth of its kind to take place at ZooTampa, and will spend time bonding with its mother before being introduced to the herd. The calf’s birth contributes to a...
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First bike shoppe show of the semester featured student musicians

First bike shoppe show of the semester featured student musicians

Throughout the many performances of the night—by Myles Optimystic, Nathan Burnaman, Chyol/Mould, Mia Bury and the Myconauts, The Universal Veil and Autokania—onlookers were more than welcome to dance, “headbang” or simply rock out with friends. On a ne...
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Proposed Regulation Amendments for Oct. 20

Proposed Regulation Amendments for Oct. 20

On Saturday, Oct. 20, the Board of Trustees (BOT) is scheduled to meet at 9 a.m. in Harry Sudakoff Conference Center. During this meeting, the board will consider adopting three proposed amendments to the following regulations: 2-1004, 2-1006 and 3-1010....
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Selby Gardens receives NSF grant

Selby Gardens receives NSF grant

The grant will contribute to a larger archival project that Selby Gardens is a part of, called the Endless Forms Thematic Collection Network. Alongside other universities, museums and botanical gardens throughout the United States, Selby Gardens will work to d...
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Video Renaissance closes after 33 years

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