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  • Schenk awarded at Clemson

    Will Schenk, of New Windsor, recently received two awards at Clemson University in South Carolina. He was selected as an outstanding senior for the 2014-15 academic year in the College of Agriculture, Forestry and Life Sciences at Clemson. This honor...
  • Swastikas found at three student residences at Stanford University

    Swastikas found at three student residences at Stanford University
    Stanford University is investigating a series of hate-fueled graffiti, including swastikas, found at student housing units and a fraternity house on campus. Swastikas and anarchy symbols were spray-painted early Sunday at the BOB house for students...
  • Clemson University lists honorees

    Local students were named to the Clemson University dean's list for the fall semester. The honorees include: William Josef Schenk, of New Windsor, who is majoring in environmental and natural resources; Amy Leeanne Albrecht, of Woodbine, who is...
  • Women's History Month talk crosses generations

    Women's History Month talk crosses generations
    Before last year, Taneytown resident Helen Wojtech didn't know there was such a thing as Women's History Month, but on March 18, she celebrated it by giving a talk on women's history at Carroll Vista with granddaughter Emma Halley. Wojtech, who had...
  • Jim Bourey, the runner in charge in Newport News

    Jim Bourey, the runner in charge in Newport News
    Jim Bourey says he's not like most city managers. The man who leads Newport News city government — after rising each morning at 4 a.m. to get in a 15- to 18-mile run — believes it is important for a city manager to have a high profile and to...
  • Welcome change brings optimism to FAU

    Welcome change brings optimism to FAU
    The headlines concerning Florida Atlantic University have changed dramatically in the past 18 months. Here's hoping the trend continues. Much of the optimistic outlook coincides with the tenure of president John Kelly, the former vice president for...
  • 8 more fraternity scandals that made national headlines

    8 more fraternity scandals that made national headlines
    The offenses are numerous and well documented: A Yale fraternity chants, "No means yes, yes means anal," on campus. Partygoers at an Arizona fraternity dress as racial stereotypes to mark Martin Luther King Jr. Day. A Michigan fraternity and sorority...
  • University of Oklahoma ousts fraternity over racist chant caught on video

    University of Oklahoma ousts fraternity over racist chant caught on video
    As moving trucks encircled the disgraced Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity house Monday, workers unscrewed the group’s Greek lettering from above the door. It was a remarkably rapid dissolution of the long-standing University of Oklahoma fraternity...
  • Kelly gets high marks for first year as FAU president

    Kelly gets high marks for first year as FAU president
    John Kelly arrived a year ago with an ambitious goal to transform Florida Atlantic University from a struggling regional school into one of the fastest improving research universities in the country. Kelly, whose one-year anniversary at the Boca Raton-...
  • Your home is full of devices that never turn off, and they're costing lots of money

    Your home is full of devices that never turn off, and they're costing lots of money
    If your home has a smart meter, here's an experiment: Log in to your power company's Web site, and see how much electricity you use during the hour from 3 to 4 a.m. daily. You were asleep (we hope), and surely nothing major was running. Maybe the heat...
  • Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract

    Osceola-UCF high-tech project becomes finalist for $110M contract
    The effort to build a high-tech manufacturing center in Osceola County has reached a milestone, becoming a finalist in a $110 million federal contract hunt. The Osceola project, led by University of Central Florida, becomes one of three or four teams to...