Twitter Granted Patent for Tweets

On March 19, 2013, a patent was issued to individuals Twitter. The patent is awarded for “tweeting” which is technically titled under the patent as a “Device Independent Message Distribution Platform.” A provisional patent application was filed in July, 2007, so the question of whether the devise was sufficiently novel, useful, and non-obvious is determined […]

Attention Spring Admits (and all students): Preparing for Finals Workshop – this Thursday!

It’s hard to believe, but final exams are just around the corner.  While performance on the exam should be your top priority, you can help yourself get there by preparing early, developing an action plan, and sticking to it.  To help you with that, we will be presenting a workshop titled ‘Preparing for Finals’ this Thursday, April 11, […]

Cinderella Cannot Afford to Pay for National Championships in College Basketball. Michigan and Louisville Can.

“Every season purist lovers of college basketball hope to find a Florida Golf Coast with no money beating a financially-endowed tall cotton program. Eventually, right about final four or no later than the national championship game, reality sets in. The equation we don’t want to admit hits us in the face anew: Big money = Big Program= […]


The Office of the United States Attorney for the Middle District of Florida is soliciting applications for fall 2013 externships. This credit-bearing externship is a great way to gain practical experience. Information regarding this opportunity that you must read carefully has been emailed to all students and is posted on Symplicity. The externship is open […]