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Daytona State president looks to West Florida for help

Mar 20, 2015 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
Daytona State College has areas that we need to improve upon.” With the assistance of Mori Hosseini, a local businessman who also serves on the decision-making board for public universities, LoBasso called West Florida President Judith Bense, who ... More

Two Vending Criminals Hit Up Daytona State College Coca-Cola Machines

Mar 20, 2015 • VendingMarketWatch
Police in Daytona Beach, FL, are looking for two suspects who broke into multiple Coca-Cola vending machines at Daytona State College, reports The Daytona Beach News-Journal. According to the source one male used a crowbar to vandalize the ... More

Four-year degree programs guaranteed for DSC grads

Mar 26, 2015 • Daytona Times
The partnership was announced Tuesday by UCF President John Hitt and Daytona State Interim President Tom LoBasso during a press conference at the Daytona Beach college. DirectConnect to UCF program members Eastern Florida State College, Lake ... More

Daytona State student wins national honors for beach study

Apr 13, 2015 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
“All of that plastic that winds up in the ocean kills sea birds, turtles and mammals,” the Daytona State College student explained as she put pieces into a glass jar. “So we need to pick up our trash.” Boney, 30, is a student in DSC's Institute of ... More

Police and residents coming together

Apr 17, 2015 • Daytona Times
The public is invited to join criminologists, community leaders and representatives from the Daytona Beach Police Department on Saturday, April 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Daytona State College, 1200 W. International Speedway Blvd., in Building 530 ... More

One new company, 400 new jobs

Mar 26, 2015 • Daytona Times
“There are a number of jobs available fitting persons who have degrees to persons who do not have degrees,” Emory Counts, City of Daytona Beach Economic and Community Development Director told the Daytona Times. “And they pay ... Applicants will ... More

Bus or train across Volusia County? Public input sought at meetings this week

Apr 11, 2015 • Daytona Beach News-Journal
Even as Interstate 4 is being widened between DeLand and Daytona Beach — and further south into Orlando — transportation engineers are looking at additional ways to move people across Volusia County. More

Florida's HBCUs may get a break

Apr 3, 2015 • Florida Courier
Three of Florida's four HBCUs – Bethune-Cookman University in Daytona Beach; Edward Waters College in Jacksonville; and Florida Memorial University in Opa Locka (Miami-Dade County) – are privately funded. (Florida A&M University in Tallahassee is ... More

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