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Recreational fisheries pose threat to skittish sea turtles

Every summer, thousands of amateur scallopers flock to the warm coastal waters of Florida’s Crystal River region, anchor their boats and reap the delicious bounty of the state’s largest recreational bay scallop fishery. For these seasonal anglers, the toothsome morsels are well worth the two- or three-meter dive. But new research from scientists at Florida […]

FSU Police produce educational active shooter video

The Florida State University Police Department has produced an educational video that provides potentially lifesaving information to prepare the campus community and public for the possibility of active shooter situations. Florida State University has adopted “Run. Hide. Fight.,” the national law enforcement model that is designed to educate and prepare citizens to deal with an […]

FSU research finds women use gossip as a weapon against romantic rivals

Research from Florida State University, investigating how women use gossip to compete in the realm of romance, offers insights that aim to reduce bullying and enhance women’s friendships. Tania Reynolds, a doctoral student in FSU’s Department of Psychology, found adult women often use the same gossiping techniques as adolescent girls to tarnish another woman’s reputation […]