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Washington Post Writers GroupáIn 2007, Keith John Sampson, a middle-aged student working his way through Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis as a janitor, was declared guilty of racial harassment. Without granting Sampson a hearing, the university administration --...
Susquehanna Bank Susquehanna Bank announces the following new employees: Darren T. Basore joined the company as vice president, commercial relationship manager in the Central Maryland Region, centered in Hagerstown. He will be responsible for...
Few would argue that the University of Maryland's decision earlier this week to join the Big Ten isn't about the money — $24 million a year in television revenue. But university officials are helping to sell the deal with what they argue is a...
LONDON — The man in the wheelchair on an elevator at Olympic Stadium had an action picture of a runner on his T-shirt. As soon as you saw the runner's trademark shaggy hair and looked again at the man wearing the shirt, the relationship between them...
Tags: Track and Field, Polio, eBay Inc., Sports, Evan Jager
Dozens of mourners gathered outside a Crystal Lake funeral home today as the remains of John Larimer were returned home after the Navy intelligence officer was killed in the Colorado movie theater shooting last week. Some mourners stood with their...
L.A. NOWIt’s a tie! Crosstown rivals UCLA and USC are on the very same berth in the latest rankings of national universities by U.S. News & World Report....
Graham Elliot was an aspiring young cook in the late '90s carrying steaks to a party of 20 in the Charlie Trotter's Studio Kitchen when the restaurant's brilliant, mercurial owner stopped him in the hallway and grabbed one of the pieces of meat. "He...
Graphic artist Jenny Beorkrem sat down behind her iMac this week and with a few clicks located the folder titled "KNOCKOFFS." It contained 82 images, all copycats of her ubiquitous neighborhood maps. They're the minimalist ones that only show the...
Many of the men in the Fathers, Families and Healthy Communities Demonstration Project have at one time been the type of people they wouldn't have wanted their own children associating with. But now, on Monday nights, they come to a conference room in...
Tags: Prisons, Colleges and Universities
When Dale Chihuly signed up for his first class at the University of Wisconsin's fledgling studio glass program in 1966, most of the very few people who cared about the medium looked to Europe. No one knew then how the popularity of American glass would...
Andy Geiger knows all about the benefits of leaving the Atlantic Coast Conference for the Big Ten. In the spring of 1994, Geiger resigned as the athletic director in College Park to take the same job at Ohio State, going from a program that was in...
BROOKINGS -- Fuel made from algae and the discovery of insects that no one has ever seen in native grasses were among the research findings presented by South Dakota State University researchers at the 2012 Sun Grant National Conference, Science for...
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