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  • Sacred Heart beats strong with a championship CYO team set for the state tournament

    With the exception of a few all-star games this week, the 2013-14 high school basketball season ended Saturday night in Hershey. But one group of young student-athletes still has a state championship in their sights. It's the Sacred Heart Regional...
  • Smithsonian Institution taps Cornell's president as next leader

    Smithsonian Institution taps Cornell's president as next leader
    This post has been updated. Please see below for details. David J. Skorton, a cardiologist who’s spent the past decade as president of Cornell University and the University of Iowa, will be the next head of the Smithsonian Institution starting...
  • Spending: the lowdown on free e-courses

    Open online classes can broaden your knowledge, but don't pin your career hopes on them yet. 1. MOOCs are huge. Massive open online courses (or MOOCs) are college-level courses available to anyone. Lectures and course materials are accessed online, and...
  • Teel Time: ACC's Swofford on NCAA reform, league finances, development of cable channel

    Teel Time: ACC's Swofford on NCAA reform, league finances, development of cable channel
    ACC commissioner John Swofford believes the NCAA will reform without splintering, “absolutely” thinks the league is financially sound, did not take a stance during recent football-scheduling deliberations and preaches patience on a potential...
  • Louisville's arrival likely to bring welcome stability to ACC

     Louisville's arrival likely to bring welcome stability to ACC
    The ACC has expanded from nine to 15 members in the last decade, but if you want to see a growth spurt that would make Yao Ming blush, check out the University of Louisville. "When I took the job 17 years ago, I think our budget was $14.9 million,"...
  • Mark Turgeon, Terps try to move past tumultuous offseason and on to new success

    Mark Turgeon, Terps try to move past tumultuous offseason and on to new success
    COLLEGE PARK — This is not how Maryland men's basketball coach Mark Turgeon envisioned the Terps would enter the Big Ten Conference. Coming off a disappointing 17-15 season and having lost half his scholarship players in a tumultuous four-week...
  • Teel Time: U.Va., Virginia Tech among top 40 nationally in athletics revenue

    Virginia and Virginia Tech ranked among the top half of the ACC’s eight  public schools in 2012-13 athletics revenue but not among the top 25 nationally. USA Today’s database of revenue, expenses and student-fee subsidies, an annual...
  • Georgia Tech transfer Robert Carter Jr. signs with Maryland

    At a time when the stability of Maryland’s men’s basketball program has been in question, Robert Carter may have provided the best form of support for embattled coach Mark Turgeon. The 6-foot-8, 247-pound power forward— considered...
  • Scientists turn to crowdfunding to support research

    Scientists turn to crowdfunding to support research
    UC San Diego graduate student Alex Piel is studying the family dynamics and habitats of chimpanzees in Tanzania's savanna. The research requires tracking animals, retrieving fecal samples and then testing to confirm genetic links. It does not come...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia Tech football signee and enrollee updates and bios throughout Wednesday

    As letters of intent roll in Wednesday for Virginia Tech, and Tech targets, you'll get updates and bios on players right here. Check back all day:   SIGNEES Name    Pos.      Ht.          Wt.        High school/Hometown Jaylen Bradshaw            ...
  • For USC athletics, NCAA sanctions are ending, but effects remain

    For USC athletics, NCAA sanctions are ending, but effects remain
    USC, as of Tuesday, is officially free. Its NCAA probation period, the final vestige of penalties that were among the most severe in college sports history, will be complete. “It's been a long four years,” Athletic Director Pat Haden said....