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  • Johns Hopkins accidentally sends acceptance notes to rejected students

    Now you're a student of Johns Hopkins University; now you’re not. The esteemed university in Baltimore was issuing profuse apologies this week after hundreds of early applicants were mistakenly informed that they had been accepted. “We...
  • Wolfgang E. 'Wolf' Thormann

    Wolfgang E. 'Wolf' Thormann
    Wolfgang E. "Wolf" Thormann, former professor and chairman of the department of modern languages at Goucher College and a lifelong Francophile, died Monday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center of heart failure. He was 90. "The students loved him, and he...
  • Alvin J.T. Zumbrun, criminologist

    Alvin J.T. Zumbrun, criminologist
    Alvin J.T. Zumbrun, a criminologist whose career in teaching at various colleges and police academies spanned more than four decades, died Tuesday of cancer at his Catonsville home. He was 88. "During his 40-year career teaching law enforcement officers...
  • Study: Climate change will trigger more hurricanes, blackouts

    Study: Climate change will trigger more hurricanes, blackouts
    Climate change will prompt more hurricanes to clobber major population centers, such as New York City, Philadelphia and Miami and, as a result, cause more blackouts. So says a team of Johns Hopkins University experts, based on the findings of a...
  • North Laurel's Maryland University of Integrative Health launches doctoral programs

    North Laurel's Maryland University of Integrative Health launches doctoral programs
    Forty years after opening as a mom-and-pop acupuncture clinic in Columbia and a dozen years after morphing into an acupuncture school and moving to North Laurel, the Maryland University of Integrative Health has begun offering some of the first doctoral...
  • Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials

    Record competition for stem cell grants means tough choices for state officials
    The competition for Maryland's stem cell research grants will be stiffer than ever as applications flood in next month, forcing officials to be more selective even as scientists worry that the state's fiscal problems and a new administration in...
  • Baltimore's 2014 in review

    Baltimore's 2014 in review
    If Baltimore kept a family album for every year of its life, the one for 2014 would be dominated by dazzling pictures of September's Star-Spangled Spectacular. The city never looked better than when it celebrated the 200th anniversary of the national...
  • Security threat at Baltimore police station raises questions about public access

    Security threat at Baltimore police station raises questions about public access
    The recent security breach at a Baltimore Police station — the second incident in five months — is raising questions about whether the city strikes the right balance between making such buildings accessible and protecting those inside. On...
  • Overdose patients end up repeatedly in hospital

    Overdose patients end up repeatedly in hospital
    State health officials hope to curb overdose deaths by using hospital data to target patients who have been admitted for previous overdoses but survived. The state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene announced plans Monday to offer rehab services and...
  • Top city prosecutor, O'Malley aide join AG's office

    Attorney General-elect Brian Frosh named his two top deputies Tuesday, tapping Gov. Martin O'Malley's chief legal adviser and a city prosecutor who coordinated major investigations. Elizabeth Harris, O'Malley's chief legal counsel since 2008, will...
  • Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders

    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders
    Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders, a computer engineer and member of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church where he performed with the Woodbrook Players, died Nov. 21 at Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage. The longtime Govans...