Quick Takes: Classes Resume After Wilma, Unrealistic Athletes

  • Colleges in Florida that shut down in advance of Hurricane Wilma are starting to resume operations. Among institutions that will be open today, and that are reporting minimal damage, are the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. On Florida's eastern coast, several colleges said that they would remain closed today, although initial reports indicated that damage was not severe.
  • October 25, 2005
     
  • Colleges in Florida that shut down in advance of Hurricane Wilma are starting to resume operations. Among institutions that will be open today, and that are reporting minimal damage, are the University of South Florida and the University of Tampa. On Florida's eastern coast, several colleges said that they would remain closed today, although initial reports indicated that damage was not severe. The University of Miami reported minimal damage on its campus, but power outages.
  • College athletes are optimistic about their financial futures, but have unrealistic expectations about their earning potential, according to a new survey released by the Hartford Financial Services Group.
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