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  • Fraternities face scrutiny, self-analysis after series of scandals

    Fraternities face scrutiny, self-analysis after series of scandals
    In the wake of a racist, sexist email that roiled the campus this month, students at the University of Maryland, College Park spoke out at a forum Tuesday, expressing frustration with fraternity culture and unhappiness with the school's response. Some of...
  • Baltimore-rooted composers will help to celebrate Shriver Hall Concert Series' 50th season

    Baltimore-rooted composers will help to celebrate Shriver Hall Concert Series' 50th season
    While the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be enjoying a centennial season in 2015-2016, the Shriver Hall Concert Series will mark its own notable milestone — half-a-centennial. The organization, which presents top-drawer classical soloists and...
  • South River student wins county science fair

     South River student wins county science fair
    South River High School sophomore Ava Grounds won the grand award Thursday night at the 48th annual Anne Arundel County Regional Science and Engineering Fair, and South River juniors Ashlee Brennan and Hannah Hall took second with their project. Both...
  • John R. North, civil engineer

    John R. North, civil engineer
    John R. North, a retired civil engineer and church organist, died March 6 at York Hospital in York, Pa., of a cerebral hemorrhage. He was 77. The son of Clyde M. North, a Green Spring Dairy stationary engineer, and Edna Erhardt North, a homemaker, John...
  • Heather Anske-Robert Blum

    Heather Anske-Robert Blum
    Mary Carole and Jay Stiffler, of Sykesville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Anske, of Westminster, to Robert Blum, of Westminster, son of Charles Blum, of Finksburg. The bride-to-be is a 2008 graduate of Century High School, a 2012...
  • CVS Pharmacy will anchor Charles Village project

    CVS Pharmacy will anchor Charles Village project
    A CVS Pharmacy will anchor a student-housing project in Charles Village that's starting construction Thursday, developers said. The 3200 St. Paul development, to occupy a now-vacant lot at St. Paul and 33rd streets near Johns Hopkins University, will...
  • Pentagon reports lower rate of sex assaults on midshipmen

    Pentagon reports lower rate of sex assaults on midshipmen
    Incidents of unwanted sexual contact at the Naval Academy fell last year, the Pentagon said Wednesday, and a greater proportion of alleged victims came forward to report that they had been attacked. Officials said those trends show they are making...
  • Hopkins study may show that beauty is in the eye -- or the mind -- of the beholder

    Hopkins study may show that beauty is in the eye -- or the mind -- of the beholder
    What makes a person attractive? A warm smile? Bright eyes? Smooth skin? According to Johns Hopkins University researchers, other people's perceptions of a person's attractiveness can be more important than the person's appearance. Professor...
  • Natalie L. 'Toby' Mendeloff, activist

    Natalie L. 'Toby' Mendeloff, activist
    Natalie L. "Toby" Mendeloff, a community activist and volunteer, died Jan. 29 at Sinai Hospital of complications of the flu. She was 94. The daughter of Henry Lavenstein, a department store owner, and Bessie Siff Lavenstein, a homemaker, Natalie...
  • Good Tuesday Morning, Baltimore: O'Malley injured, White sentenced, Hampden parking updated

    Good Tuesday Morning, Baltimore: O'Malley injured, White sentenced, Hampden parking updated
    Good Morning, Baltimore. Here's what you need to know for Tuesday, Feb. 10: WEATHER There is a winter weather advisory in effect until 9 a.m. and it’s there for a good reason. Overnight freezing rain, sleet and snow have left many of the area&...
  • Amid measles outbreak, public health officials take on obstacles to vaccination

    Amid measles outbreak, public health officials take on obstacles to vaccination
    After the worst month for measles in more than two decades, public health officials gathered at the Johns Hopkins University on Monday to talk about ways to prevent 2015 from becoming the worst year for the disease. Local, state and federal officials...