November

Documentary traces English professor's reconstruction of lost Shakespearean play

Exactly how Taylor stitched together the new version of the play is the subject of a 30-minute documentary called "C.S.I. Shakespeare."

Magnet lab closed for day after electrical fire, one employee injured

An employee of the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory at Florida State University suffered serious burns after an electrical fire.

Florida State among nation's top producers of Fulbright students

The university also leads the state in the number of students who received Fulbright fellowships for the 2012-2013 academic year, with 12 in all.

Resolution presented honoring Florida State's veterans-support organizations

The Collegiate Veterans Association and Thank a Soldier Organization of FSU are both recognized.

Students busy showing off their entrepreneurial ideas during 'eMonth'

November is “eMonth” — short for Entrepreneurship Month — at Florida State, and students in a variety of majors are participating in an array of activities to see what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.

Student-veterans bring major issues to light during annual film festival

The powerful documentary "The Invisible War" was featured at the Student Veteran Film Festival.

Florida State among nation's leading institutions for study abroad

Florida State University has been ranked among the nation’s Top 25 universities for the number of students it sent to study abroad for 2010-2011.

Middle East expert David B. Crist to discuss U.S.-Iran relations in public lecture

The lecture, “A History of the Twilight War: The Prospects for Peace and the Likelihood of War Between the United States and Iran,” is free and open to the public.

College of Engineering celebrates 30th anniversary with a toast to talent, teaching and economic development

“We are grateful to all those who contributed over the past 30 years to get the college to where we are now and look forward to taking full advantage of our new slogan, ‘Two Universities, One College, Twice the Opportunities,’” said Dean Yaw D. Yeboah.

Classics professor unearths archaeological clues about ancient Roman vineyards

Nancy Thomson de Grummond has discovered some 150 waterlogged grape seeds with a story to tell.