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James Tracy, who claims the San Bernardino massacre and the Boston Marathon bombing were staged, may have gone too far.
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Distributed by MCT Information Services The student visa kept Dousset in the States, but because the federal government at
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"Because he acts a certain way, he can't possibly be this? It shouldn't even be like that," Samantha Lemessy, who witnessed
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"I like to do things that can make a difference in the community," he said. "If we can save lives, hey, that's fantastic
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It's the second year the fraternity tried this philanthropic effort. Some FAU sororities offered help to get the brothers
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The new course, taught by Broward County assistant public defender Frank de la Torre, was prompted by George Zimmerman's
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Poole was placed on administrative leave in March to protect his safety, following backlash over a "stomp on Jesus" exercise
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Pity the suburban commuter school that goes belly-up trying to spend its way to college-football greatness, then looks to
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"I was shocked when I saw this. I mean it's just conspiracy theory gone way wild," said Frederick Hoffman, an FAU math professor
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Gordon Weekes, a Broward assistant public defender, said another factor may be distrust that some young black men have of
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The school's faculty senate overwhelmingly passed a resolution against the stadium name last month, noting that GEO Group's
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FAU has said professors won't use the "offensive" exercise again. "It was insensitive and unacceptable. We continue to apologize
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"The board of trustees should have done due diligence on GEO before they signed that agreement," Gonzalo Vizcardo, a student
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Tracy said he knows he has sparked controversy on campus. In one of his courses, called "Culture of Conspiracy," Tracy said
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When the Miami Beach City Commission decided to ban surfing in 1964, surfers were considered a pretty undesirable group. “Because
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"I feel bad for those kids, and I apologize for them being put in that environment for such a long period of time," Joyce
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Fellow student Rachel Bustamante wrote that Carr was asking “absurd questions” during a review section about female selection
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I tell every student I meet at Florida Atlantic University: Work hard at the University Press and I promise you a job in almost any other industry.