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  • Mixed-media artist Barbara Aubin dies

     Mixed-media artist Barbara Aubin dies
    Barbara Aubin, a Chicago artist and art teacher, helped start the Chicago Women's Caucus for Art in the early 1970s and taught for years at Chicago State University. Ms. Aubin, 86, died of ascending cholangitis caused by an infection of the bile duct on...
  • Maryland gets its first taste of Big Ten with in-conference soccer games Friday

    COLLEGE PARK — The players on Maryland's men's and women's soccer teams can't look at their respective opponents Friday any different than they have others they have faced this season. But the Terps understand the significance that these games hold....
  • Plantation High School offers new tech, auto programs

    Plantation High School has new program offerings this year for students interested in technology and those attracted to working on automobiles. The programs are designed to take the school to the next level in educating students and a part of a push by...
  • Hebrew Orphan Asylum moves closer to redevelopment

    Hebrew Orphan Asylum moves closer to redevelopment
    The University System of Maryland Board of Regents voted Thursday to sell the vacant and deteriorated former Hebrew Orphan Asylum in West Baltimore to the Coppin Heights Community Development Corp. for redevelopment as a community health center, according...
  • Gary Williams to take on fundraising role for University of Maryland

    Gary Williams to take on fundraising role for University of Maryland
    Maryland announced Wednesday that former men's basketball coach and Hall of Famer Gary Williams will oversee fundraising projects geared toward improving and building athletic facilities at the university. Williams, 69, has served as an assistant to...
  • Spanier demands emails from attorney general's recovered database

    Spanier demands emails from attorney general's recovered database
    An attorney for ex-Penn State President Graham Spanier asked a judge Wednesday to order prosecutors to turn over internal emails previously thought destroyed but recovered for a review of the Jerry Sandusky investigation. Attorney Elisabeth Ainslie said...
  • OCC's expansion plans draw criticism from residents and mayor

    If Orange Coast College offered four-year degrees, would it be destined to become Cal State Costa Mesa? And if the campus expanded its services to more than 28,000 students, would traffic in the city become even more of a headache? Those questions and...
  • U.S.: Non-allergic peanut moves closer to commercial reality

    U.S.: Non-allergic peanut moves closer to commercial reality
    A new method for removing allergens from peanuts means help could soon be on the way for the roughly 2.8 million Americans with a potentially life-threatening allergy to the popular food, the Departmenet of Agriculture said Tuesday. In a blog post,...
  • UConn Beer Billboards Cause Flap

    UConn Beer Billboards Cause Flap
    Four billboards featuring UConn's Husky mascot, a towering Coor's beer bottle and the slogan, "Huskies Love the Cold," caused a flap that had school officials scrambling Wednesday to have the advertisements taken down. Ads had been removed from the...
  • State officials approve GCC lab reimbursement

    State officials approve GCC lab reimbursement
    Glendale Community College officials are breathing a little easier after state officials agreed to pay them over $1 million, which the college spent in unexpected construction costs after it broke ground on a $40-million lab and classroom building....
  • Rejected professor Salaita wants U. of I. job or else he'll sue

    Rejected professor Salaita wants U. of I. job or else he'll sue
    CHAMPAIGN — Professor Steven Salaita, whose job offer was rescinded by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign because of his controversial social media comments about Israel, called on the school Tuesday to give him his position back....