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•  JUNE 13, 2016 •

Going global: FSU students win national scholarships to study critical languages

Eight Florida State students are traveling abroad to bolster global relations through language thanks to prestigious national scholarships. Read more ...

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Florida State WWII collection captures Tokyo's attention

Tokyo designers and scholars are delving into a Florida State University collection of images detailing the postwar U.S. occupation of a defeated Japan. The Oliver L. Austin Photographic Collection housed in FSU’s Institute on World War II and the Human Experience and curated by FSU Associate Professor of East Asian History Annika A. Culver features more than 1,000 rare color slides, including images of the current Japanese Emperor Akihito as a youth. Read more ...

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FSU bootcamp teaches veterans how to start their own business

The ninth annual Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities, put on by the Jim Moran Institute for Global Entrepreneurship at Florida State University’s College of Business, gives participants the tools needed to start up their own business. Watch the WCTV story ...

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Winner-take-all: Seminoles, Gators face off Monday for trip to College World Series

Florida State and Florida will clash in the third game of the NCAA Gainesville Super Regional at 7 p.m. Monday on ESPN2 with a trip to the College World Series on the line. FSU won the Saturday's contest, 3-0, and UF took Sunday's game, 5-0. Visit seminoles.com for more information.

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