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This week, Florida opened up vaccines to all adults. The Daytona Times asked Bethune-Cookman University students if they plan to get the vaccine. Why or why not? Tomari Parks, 22 Senior majoring in education Hometown: Hartford,Connecticut “I think the vaccine is very beneficial, especially after being a victim of the virus. Not only does it […]

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B-CU alums and students react to the news about Chrite’s sudden resignation. BY ANDREAS BUTLER DAYTONA TIMES In a move that seemed to come out of nowhere, Bethune-Cookman University is losing its seventh president. Dr. E. LaBrent Chrite is leaving for Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts. A statement about Chrite being named president was posted […]

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SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES Amy Ramos, a senior undergraduate student at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and two accomplished graduate students – Karen Brun and Heidi Hammerstein – were selected to join a team of 13 talented female scientist-astronaut candidates who will serve as global ambassadors for space science and exploration. The Embry-Riddle trio was chosen […]

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Bethune-Cookman University (B-CU) students in the College of Science, Engineering and Mathematics earned four top awards at the Florida Academy of Sciences Annual Conference last month in Melbourne. The conference was hosted by the Florida Institute of Technology. Here are the submissions from B-CU students and faculty mentors. Outstanding Undergraduate Student Oral Presentation: “Effects of […]

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SPECIAL TO THE DAYTONA TIMES The Bethune-Cookman University Foundation seeks to maximize the impact of contributions and has launched a multi-year fundraising campaign with this year’s theme: Shifting Towards a New Foundation. The goal of the campaign is to raise $7.5 million to strengthen the university endowment and close the financial gap for students by […]

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Nearly 400 people attended an inaugural Food and Wine Festival at Daytona State College on March 31. The crowd was served tapas-style food served by area restaurants as well as students attending the college’s Mori Hosseini College of Hospitality and Culinary Management. Proceeds support Daytona State’s initiative to curb hunger and homelessness among its students. […]

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William Singer is going to jail. He’s the man who masterminded the college cheating scandal, collecting more than $25 million in bribes between 2011 and 2018 for helping the children of millionaires get into college through what he called “the side door.” More than 50 people got caught up in his scam, including a couple […]