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•  MAY 31, 2016 •

Oklahoma City bound! FSU heads to Women's College World Series

The Seminoles advanced to the Women's College World Series for the second time in three years and the ninth time in program history with a series victory over Utah Saturday afternoon. FSU will play Georgia at noon Thursday, June 2, in its first game of the eight-team, double-elimination bracket in Oklahoma City. Read more ...

FSU IN THE NEWS

Tallahassee Magazine: Favorite faculty member a champion of Florida State

Mark Zeigler, a popular faculty member in FSU's School of Communication, is a fervent supporter of the university who coined the hashtag #SoMuchMoreThanFootball. “I want FSU to succeed,” Zeigler told Tallahassee Magazine. “We should be so proud and grateful every day to be here.” Read the Tallahassee Magazine article ...

ON CAMPUS

FSU awards honorary doctorate to prominent Florida artist Christopher Still

Florida State University granted an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree May 26 to artist Christopher Still, renowned for his highly realistic, detailed paintings of Florida’s people, past and natural beauty. Read more ...

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VETERAN-FRIENDLY

College of Nursing professor strengthens FSU-veteran connection

Jim Whyte, FSU professor of nursing, director of the Veteran’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program and a veteran himself, served as a guardian for a 93-year-old veteran during an Honor Flight to Washington, D.C., month. Read more ...

SEMINOLE BASEBALL

Play ball! Florida State selected to host NCAA Baseball Regional Tournament

The NCAA released its pairings for the NCAA Baseball Championship on Monday, including Florida State who finished the regular season with a record of 37-20 and an appearance in the ACC Tournament Championship on Sunday in Durham.

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