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Stetson football player gives stranger at Wal-Mart $100 to buy groceries
Oct 15, 2014 • Orlando Sentinel"I have been blessed with the most generous act of kindness my soul has ever witnessed," the woman wrote in her email to Stetson University's athletic department. "I am a local DeLand resident who is very grateful for what I have, but honest to say, I ... More
Jamaican Ambassador to the United States Delivers Annual Mendelsohn Lecture
Oct 20, 2014 • BC Hot NewsDr. Stephen Vasciannie, ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of Jamaica to the United States, visited the campus on Oct. 16 to deliver the 2014 Martin and Syma Mendelsohn Lectureship in International Relations. The ambassador delivered his talk ... More
Ageless: Author recounts life in Deland in the 1940s.
Oct 20, 2014 • Florida TodayHad this been rural 1920s or '30s, this might not have seemed so unusual, but we lived in the rather affluent community of DeLand, and our home was only a block from prestigious Stetson University. However challenging those times may have been, there ... More
Dietitian to discuss gluten, wheat and fad diets
Oct 20, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-JournalA representative from the Florida Department of Health in Volusia County will explain how to maintain a healthy lifestyle during a free program at noon Thursday at the DeLand Regional Library, 130 E. Howry Ave. Learn what foods to eat, what exercises ... More
DeLand trail gets go-ahead
Oct 19, 2014 • Daytona Beach News-JournalThe trail currently runs from Garfield and Minnesota — in the middle of the Stetson University campus — south to Taylor Road and Blue Lake Avenue, in the middle of the sprawling Victoria Park subdivision. A long section runs along Alabama Avenue ... More
Mike Bianchi: College football player gives unknown woman at Walmart $100 to ...
Oct 19, 2014 • The Spokesman Review“I have been blessed with the most generous act of kindness my soul has ever witnessed,” the woman wrote in her email to Stetson University's athletic department. “I am a local DeLand resident who is very grateful for what I have, but honest to say, I ... More
U.S premiere of space-inspired work for orchestra and iPads
Oct 15, 2014 • Orlando SentinelThe American premiere of the work will take place at 3 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 19, at the Mount Dora Community Building, 520 N. Baker St., Mt. Dora. Anthony Hose will conduct Stetson University's symphony orchestra. A film by Maurice Lock accompanies ... More
A DeLand Diversion
Sep 25, 2014 • Orlando MagazineWhen New York businessman Henry DeLand founded his namesake town in 1876, he envisioned an “Athens of Florida” where culture thrived. After crop freezes, fires and financial failures, the boom busted. For decades, the town dozed in its lovely landscape ... More
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