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  • Trigger Warnings Help Chill Opposing Ideas

    Trigger Warnings Help Chill Opposing Ideas
    Trigger warning: This column will include discussion of ideas that may conflict with your own. Those accustomed to reading or listening only to liberal commentators may not be aware of "trigger warnings" and "safe zones" on college campuses. It seems...
  • The 'Swaddled Generation' and the suppression of ideas

    The 'Swaddled Generation' and the suppression of ideas
    Trigger warning: This column will include discussion of ideas that may conflict with your own. Those accustomed to reading or listening only to liberal commentators may not be aware of “trigger warnings” and “safe zones” on...
  • Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Barnard-Luce

    Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Barnard-Luce
    Darien Batzer, daughter of Gabrielle Batzer and Wayne Batzer, of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Aaron Barnard-Luce, son of Randall Luce and Elaine Barnard-Luce, of Montgomery Village, were married in Honolulu, on April 4, 2015. The Rev. Giovan King performed the...
  • Degrees of difference: College majors make all the difference in pay

    Degrees of difference: College majors make all the difference in pay
    Students headed to college next fall have taken a step toward the American dream, but perhaps not the giant step they imagine. Although many parents indoctrinate their young children to study hard and go to college so they will have financial security...
  • James D. Hardesty

    James D. Hardesty
    James D. Hardesty, who rose from the Alex. Brown & Sons mailroom to be a co-founder of Hardesty Capital Management, from which he recently retired, died Tuesday of complications from liver disease at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Ruxton resident...
  • Guest column: The ASO's concertmaster a rising star

    Guest column: The ASO's concertmaster a rising star
    Call him Nati. Netanel Draiblate doesn't do things halfway. Only 32, he's a nationally known violin soloist, an in-demand teacher, the co-star of a new CD and a local man about town (look for him at Cantler's or Level). Mainly, though, he's the...
  • Study: Americans becoming less Christian, more secular

    Study: Americans becoming less Christian, more secular
    The number of Americans who don't affiliate with a particular religion has grown to 56 million in recent years, making the faith group researchers call "nones" the second-largest in total numbers behind evangelicals, according to a Pew Research Center...
  • College Waitlist: When You're Not In, Or Out

    College Waitlist: When You're Not In, Or Out
    It's probably the most unsettling outcome in the college admissions process: the notification that you're neither in, nor out, but wait-listed. "It's the worst thing they can do to a student because of the intense amount of added stress it puts on...
  • Obama to nominate Marines' leader as Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman

    Obama to nominate Marines' leader as Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman
    Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., who is commandant of the Marine Corps and has spent time as the top U.S. and NATO general in Afghanistan, will be nominated to serve as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, a White House official said Monday. If...
  • Marine general chosen as Joint Chiefs chairman

    Marine general chosen as Joint Chiefs chairman
    President Barack Obama will nominate Marine Gen. Joseph Dunford Jr. as the next chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, choosing a widely respected, combat-hardened commander who led the Afghanistan war coalition during a key transitional period during...
  • Millennium scholars' perseverance pays off

    Millennium scholars' perseverance pays off
    Chloe Diggs just won a scholarship worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. But right now, she's more concerned with helping her grandmother pay water and electricity bills. "I'm still using up water. I'm still using electricity," said Diggs, a senior at...