Tampa Bay: October 20, 2000
Hillsborough County news
Tampa census office improves, report says
A monitoring board projects an accurate count for Hillsborough, but a critic of the process challenges that view.
Man sentenced to 13 years for drug sales
A judge boosts the sentence after prosecutors tell how vulnerable people were targeted with wondrous claims for deprenyl.
USF administrator leaving for new position at Akron
TAMPA -- After 14 years as vice president of research at the University of South Florida, George Newkome is moving to the smaller University of Akron in his hometown of Akron, Ohio, USF officials said Thursday.
TAMPA -- Saturday's USF-Houston volleyball match is more than a meeting of two of Conference USA's best teams.
TAMPA -- The Sunshine State Conference preseason basketball coaches poll was released last week, just as the Division II national poll came out.
CONFERENCE: USF's Institute for Biomolecular Science, in partnership with All Children's Hospital and the Children's Research Institute, will sponsor the 2000 Suncoast Biomolecular Science Conference today at 8 a.m. on the Tampa campus.
USF stretches out to explore yoga
In its infancy, the Center for Positive Health is already co-sponsor of an international conference on the health benefits of yoga and other alternatives.
Gay priest, author to visit USF
In the late '60s, ordained priest, psychotherapist and author John McNeill founded DIGNITY, a national support group for Christian gays and lesbians. DIGNITY's Tampa chapter celebrates its 25th anniversary this year.
Defensive stalwart lifts women's soccer team
TAMPA -- Ginger Lynn's job can be difficult at times.