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  • Former astronaut inspires Southland College Prep grads

    Former astronaut inspires Southland College Prep grads
    Students graduating from Southland College Prep Charter High School in Richton Park were told earlier this month to become observers and look at the universe surrounding them, rather than looking at their digital devices, according to a press release from...
  • Get your tailgates ready — only 100 days left before college football is back

    Believe it or not, college football season is right around the corner. OK, so there's 100 days left before a Thursday night slate of 16 games involving Football Bowl Subdivision teams kicks off Sept. 3. Michigan at Utah. North Carolina at South...
  • Removing graduate transfer rule would be height of hypocrisy for NCAA

     Removing graduate transfer rule would be height of hypocrisy for NCAA
    Academic fraud was central to sanctions levied on Syracuse men's basketball in March, and a similar stench continues to hover at North Carolina, which Friday received its notice of allegations from the NCAA. Moreover, according to a Big Ten position...
  • Wednesday's local college baseball roundup: ODU drops C-USA tourney opener; Miami rallies past U.Va.; Harvell saves Lancers

    Conference USA: Old Dominion fell 6-4 to Florida Atlantic Wednesday night on the first day of the Conference USA tournament in Hattiesburg, Miss. The Monarchs fell into the losers' bracket for Thursday's round. They will face the loser of Wednesday'...
  • They, robots: 'Revolution' opens at the MSI

    They, robots: 'Revolution' opens at the MSI
    On the one hand, the Museum of Science and Industry says it wants its big new showcase for cutting-edge robotics to dispel fear about the soulless mechanized creatures rising up and taking the place of humans. "The point we try to make is that it's robots...
  • Kissimmee Osceola lineman Parker Braun moving to Texas

    Kissimmee Osceola lineman Parker Braun moving to Texas
    The Kissimmee Osceola football team is losing a big part of its Class 7-A state runner-up squad from a year ago.  Offensive tackle Parker Braun, whose father Mike Braun is the Osceola offensive line coach, will be moving to Texas as dad takes on a new...
  • Basketball recruiting notes: Charlie Moore no longer Morgan Park's undercard guard

    Basketball recruiting notes: Charlie Moore no longer Morgan Park's undercard guard
    The gap between the final weekend of the high school season and the start of AAU ball was so narrow that Charlie Moore doesn't remember having an offseason at all. "I didn't get a week off," Moore said. "Basically there was no time off." After teaming...
  • UCF football signs home-and-home series with Georgia Tech

    UCF football signs home-and-home series with Georgia Tech
    UCF reached an agreement to play a home-and-home series with Georgia Tech starting in 2017.  The Knights will host the Yellow Jackets on Sept. 16, 2017, and UCF will play at Georgia Tech on Sept. 19, 2020. UCF now has three home games lined up against...
  • Old Mill High grad Furman drafted by Broncos; Arundel grad RJ Harris signs with Saints

    Old Mill High grad Furman drafted by Broncos; Arundel grad RJ Harris signs with Saints
       Anne Arundel County products Josh Furman and R.J. Harris were in the same boat as the 2015 NFL Draft drew to a close.    It was late on Saturday night and 249 players had been selected. Now came the compensatory picks, a sure sign the draft is...
  • College basketball rosters turning over at warp speed

     College basketball rosters turning over at warp speed
    No sport challenges fans more at season's end than college basketball. Coaching changes and player transfers. Late signees and reclassifications. Academic casualties and NBA declarations. Good luck processing it all, witness the four weeks since Duke...
  • Chesapeake Science Point teen doubling up on degrees

    Chesapeake Science Point teen doubling up on degrees
    Clarissa Sorrells was 15 when she walked into her first Anne Arundel Community College classroom. A year and a half later, she has an associate degree in transfer studies with a focus in mathematics. Soon she'll have another degree – from high...