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  • College Roundup: Maryland baseball team earns No. 3 seed for NCAA tournament

    College Roundup: Maryland baseball team earns No. 3 seed for NCAA tournament
    MARYLAND BASEBALL: After a record setting 39-win season, the Terrapins are headed to the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive year. The Terps earned the No. 3 seed in the Los Angeles Regional and will take on second-seeded Ole Miss Friday at 7 p.m. on ESPN3 at UCLA's Jackie Robinson Field.
  • Brown hands out 2,530 degrees at its 247th commencement

    It was a big day for graduates of Brown University. The Ivy League school handed out some 2,530 degrees on Sunday at its 247th commencement. The school awarded 1,641 bachelor's degrees, 520 master's degrees, 215 PhDs, 106 medical degrees and 48...

    Brown accepts sexual assault task force's recommendations

    Brown University has accepted all the recommendations outlined in a recent report by the school's Sexual Assault Task Force. President Christina Paxson says in a May 18 letter to the Ivy League college's community that some recommendations have already...

    White House Brief: Things to know about Bobby Jindal

    Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal said Monday he has formed an exploratory committee to consider running for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016. Here's a quick snapshot with key things to know about Jindal. ___ THE BRIEF Named Louisiana's...

    Stuart Rothenberg: Why it's a mistake to dismiss Bobby Jindal

    WASHINGTON Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is a bit of a conundrum. He is a conservative who graduated from Brown University, a bastion of political correctness and the political left. A Rhodes Scholar who criticized those in his own party for expressing...