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Black Florida law students see Supreme Court Justice Jackson as an ‘inspiration’

Tampa Bay Times 30 Jun 2022
Zenea Johnson, 26, of Brandon, poses at the Banyan Courtyard at Stetson University College of Law on Tuesday, June 14, 2022 in Gulfport ... Logan Jackson, 23, of St. Petersburg, poses at the Banyan Courtyard at Stetson University College of Law on Friday, June 10, 2022 in Gulfport.
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‘No one felt safe’: Florida schools, students feel effects of so-called ‘Don't Say Gay’ law

Daytona Beach News-Journal 30 Jun 2022
The demonstration at Palm Harbor University High was part of a movement across Florida, led by queer students protesting a bill they and other critics call “Don’t Say Gay.” ... Her two moms had moved to St ... In April, a St ... He’s planning to attend the University of South Florida St.
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'How I ended up teaching English in Russia' - Erica from Canada

Russia Beyond 29 Jun 2022
She decided to go to Russia for the first time, as it was part of her educational program and the exchange program between Dalhousie University and St. Petersburg University ... And, eventually… she met the love of her life in St. Petersburg.  ... I didn’t expect St ... And despite these problems, she used every opportunity to go to St.
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Tampa Bay museums MOSI, Great Explorations to show Webb Space Telescope images

Tampa Bay Times 28 Jun 2022
Petersburg and other Tampa Bay sites will join NASA in celebrating the release ... “It has been about 20 years since work first began on the telescope, so it is a pretty exciting day for astronomy fans,” said Kathleen Blackett, who teaches introductory physics at the University of South Florida St ... The hands-on museum in St ... 1925 Fourth St. N, St ... N, St.
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Why a Gay Russian Teacher Left His Life Behind

Village Voice 27 Jun 2022
An estimated 200,000 Russian citizens, residents from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok, joined Frolov in fleeing the country following the invasion, according to Konstantin Sonin, a Russian economist ... In 1995, during his first year studying English at Tver State University, he fell in love with a classmate ... Petersburg.
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‘He became the paper’: For Tampa Bay Times’ Paul Tash, a legacy of change

Tampa Bay Times 26 Jun 2022
ST. PETERSBURG — On the morning of May 4, 2016, Tampa Bay’s newspaper subscribers emerged to scoop the day’s edition from their stoop or curb or driveway, and the man they saw smiling back from the front page was Paul Tash ... Six years later, Tash has this page framed in his St. Petersburg office ... Petersburg attorney Kendyl Tash ... St ... Petersburg.
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Reaction roundup: Tampa Bay weighs in on the end of Roe v. Wade

Tampa Bay Times 25 Jun 2022
at St. Petersburg City Hall. A student group from the University of South Florida has planned a demonstration for Saturday at 4.30 p.m ... St. Petersburg mayor ‘disappointed’ with Supreme Court decision ... St ... Petersburg.• • • ... Petersburg ... St ... Michelle Rayner, D-St ... St ... St ... St. Petersburg Mayor Ken Welch is expected to speak at the Bans Off Our Bodies rally in St.
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Live coverage: Tampa Bay reacts to Roe v. Wade decision from Supreme Court

Tampa Bay Times 24 Jun 2022
at St. Petersburg City Hall. A student group from the University of South Florida has planned a demonstration for Saturday at 4.30 p.m ... The bishops of Florida, including Bishop Gregory Parkes of the Catholic Diocese of St. Petersburg, put out a statement celebrating Roe being overturned ... Tiffany Freisberg, the president of St ... Charlie Crist, D-St.
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Book Talk: Erin Kimmerle to launch book about Dozier School for Boys

Tampa Bay Times 23 Jun 2022
S, St. Petersburg. Free; RSVP at tombolobooks.com/events. University of South Florida forensic anthropologist Erin Kimmerle and journalist Ben Montgomery will be in conversation at a launch party for Kimmerle’s book, “We Carry Their Bones ... June 30 at Shuffle, 2612 N Tampa St., Tampa. Free ... S, St. Petersburg ... ....
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Putin has 2 daughters he barely ever talks about, and is rumoured to have at ...

Yahoo Daily News 21 Jun 2022
Finally, an investigation claimed that a former cleaning lady, Svetlana Krivonogikh, had an affair with Putin and suddenly moved into one of St Petersburg's wealthiest neighborhoods. An aerial view of St Petersburg's prestigious Birch Alley, where one of Putin's rumored mistresses was reported to live.Google Earth.
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Russia, China seek new growth momentum at key economic forum amid US hegemony

People Daily 17 Jun 2022
For example, countries will accelerate yuan- and ruble-denominated currency settlements, as the process of globalization has been severely damaged by US hegemony, Wang Xianju, deputy director and research fellow at the Renmin University of China - Russia St. Petersburg State University Russian Research Center, told the Global Times on Thursday.
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DeSantis signals he will support USF science center next year, officials say

Tampa Bay Times 16 Jun 2022
Ron DeSantis’ veto of $75 million for a new oceanographic science center on the University of South Florida’s St. Petersburg campus caught many local leaders by surprise earlier this month ... USF president Rhea Law thanked the St ... Because it’s important to our community, it’s important to the university as a whole, and it’s certainly important to St.
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New lines drawn over Florida law on parental rights, gender instruction

Tampa Bay Times 16 Jun 2022
A rendering of the Environmental and Oceanographic Sciences building planned for the University of South Florida's St. Petersburg campus. The university and its supporters anticipated receiving $75 million from the state for funds to begin construction on the building, but the funds were vetoed by Gov.
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The origin of the Black Death

Economist 15 Jun 2022
Not until now, however, has dna analysis been brought to bear on the question.\nThe study just published began when Philip Slavin, a historian at the University of Stirling, in Britain, traced bodies exhumed from the Issyk-Kul cemeteries to a museum in St Petersburg.
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Why this U.S. entrepreneur came to Russia and converted to Orthodoxy

Russia Beyond 13 Jun 2022
Former extreme athlete and international relations expert, Richard Burgunder, 42, from Colorado, tells what it’s like to be a student in St ... I was initially looking for an educational program and enrolled at the International Summer School in the Russian Language and Culture at ITMO University in St ... Petersburg, I visited St ... st.

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