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  • Ball State's new strategic plan calls for embracing risk

    MUNCIE — New Ball State University President Paul Ferguson says the school has a refocused strategic plan that will embrace risk and expect failure. "Failing is OK as long as you learn from it," Ferguson said in his first state of the university...
  • Football | Signing Day roundup

    Illinois, Northwestern battle, but struggle to snag recruits Illinois may not have one of the better signing day hauls in the Big Ten, but it's not for lack of trying. CBS Sports Network recruiting analyst Tom Lemming ranks the Fighting Illini's class...
  • Football recruiting notes: Quincy corrals five Morgan Park prospects

    Football recruiting notes: Quincy corrals five Morgan Park prospects
    The Quincy University football team might be considered Morgan Park South in the near future. Five Morgan Park players orally committed to Quincy, Morgan Park first-year coach Terry Atkins said. Defensive back Christopher Parker, linebacker Anfernee...
  • Wednesday's local interest college basketball roundup: Illinois men overpower Hampton; Salisbury men, women turn back CNU

    MEN: In its latest non-conference adventure, Hampton University fell into an early hole in Champaign, Ill., and lost 73-55 Wednesday to Illinois despite Dwight Meikle’s 12 points and seven rebounds. Kendrick Nunn scored a season-high 16 points for...
  • Lafayette's Ross Scheuerman excited about playing in the Collegiate Bowl

    Lafayette's Ross Scheuerman excited about playing in the Collegiate Bowl
    "It feels a lot like camp," Ross Scheuerman said Thursday night. "It's all about football." The "it" Lafayette College's all-star running back was talking about by telephone on "my first little bit of down time" was the week-long preparation for today's...
  • Carolyn Wolfe, elementary school teacher, dies at 65

     Carolyn Wolfe, elementary school teacher, dies at 65
    Carolyn J. Wolfe taught elementary school in Streamwood for 22 years, during which she gained a reputation for employing innovative techniques in the classroom. "She was a unique individual who was very excited to teach the kids and was willing to try...
  • Oops! When social media blunders kill job offers

    Dear Joyce: After graduating this year with a pile of tuition debt, I've applied for employment at numerous companies. Nutshell: Zip! Any clues to why I'm not getting offers? -- D.V. A zillion things could be keeping you outside employment venues with...
  • Architect Katrin Klingenberg champions 'passive house' movement

    Architect Katrin Klingenberg champions 'passive house' movement
    Meeting her in the unassuming Chicago condo she calls home, a visitor would never guess architect Katrin "Kat" Klingenberg is a superstar in the eyes of her colleagues. "Katrin has built the 'passive house' movement in this country," said Chicago...
  • Community: Summer rain adds romance to reception

    Community: Summer rain adds romance to reception
    Elizabeth Ann Lazier and Joseph Michael Schomburg were married in August at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Glendale, the home parish of the bride’s family for more than 20 years. Rev. Canon Mark A. Weitzel, who has known the bride since she...
  • Mariners' Museum hosts Battle of the Beers

    Craft breweries from coastal Virginia and the Blue Ridge Mountains will compete for best brew at the annual Battle of the Beers coming up Friday, Nov. 7, at The Mariners' Museum in Newport News. At this year's event, titled "Land vs. Sea," five different...
  • Michigan starts fresh by dumping AD Dave Brandon

    This was a rough day for football fans in places like Columbus, Ohio, and East Lansing, Mich. The man who helped run Michigan football into the ground got stripped of his powers Friday, giving a once-mighty program a fresh start. Once Brady Hoke follows...