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  • Allergist

     Allergist
    Dr. Manav Singla is an adult and pediatric allergist and immunologist at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center. He is also a partner at Asthma, Allergy & Sinus Center and clinical assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School...
  • Carmel grad Lauren Feely vaults to top at MAC gym meet

    Carmel grad Lauren Feely vaults to top at MAC gym meet
    Carmel graduate and Bowling Green University sophomore Lauren Feely scored 9.9 to tie for first in the vault at the Mid-American Conference women's gymnastics meet last weekend. Feely also scored 9.725 to place 29th on floor and scored 9.5 on balance...
  • U.Va. football needs to get answers at key positions during spring practice

    U.Va. football needs to get answers at key positions during spring practice
    Virginia coach Mike London has six months left before his team begins a second-straight murderer's row non-conference slate, but the spring preparation begins Tuesday. By the time U.Va. (5-7, 3-5 Atlantic Coast Conference last season) plays its spring...
  • Black Sigma Alpha Epsilon members, alumni describe a 'band of brothers'

    Black Sigma Alpha Epsilon members, alumni describe a 'band of brothers'
    Twelve years ago, as an active alumnus of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, Joseph Lee gave a speech in Long Beach to the group’s leadership trust that turned heads. Lee, anĀ African American who is now 59, told his longtime frat brothers that...
  • Kutztown U's acting president headed to Southeast Missouri State

    Kutztown U's acting president headed to Southeast Missouri State
    Carlos Vargas-Aburto, acting president of Kutztown University, will become the new president of Southeast Missouri State University. Vargas-Aburto will begin his duties July 1, replacing Kenneth W. Dobbins, who is retiring, according to an announcement....
  • Ex-Edmondson QB Jerry Lovelocke eager to prove himself at NFL scouting combine

    Ex-Edmondson QB Jerry Lovelocke eager to prove himself at NFL scouting combine
    Growing up on the east side of Baltimore, Prairie View A&M quarterback Jerry Lovelocke maintained a careful eye on his future. Now the former Edmondson standout is set to participate in the NFL scouting combine, which starts Wednesday at Lucas Oil...
  • Florida would flunk exam on history of standardized testing

    Florida would flunk exam on history of standardized testing
    Another day, another proposed change in Florida's approach to testing. I cringe. The powers-that-be continue to make decisions that may or may not improve student learning. Sentinel columnist Scott Maxwell reported recently that Florida lawmakers are...
  • Elmhurst College to host 48th annual jazz festival

    Elmhurst College to host 48th annual jazz festival
    The Elmhurst College Jazz Festival kicks off its 48th year next weekend. Young musicians from more than two dozen schools will perform Feb. 20 through 22. As in past years, this year's festival offers listeners the opportunity to hear a mix of energetic...
  • Ancient structures built in southern Ohio by Indians are worth viewing

    Ancient structures built in southern Ohio by Indians are worth viewing
    CYNITHIANA, Ohio - Fort Hill State Memorial is a place with interesting options. It is home to some of the best hiking in the state, interesting geology and rare plants in a surprisingly wild corner of southwest Ohio. It is also home to ancient and...
  • Measles is back. And more dangerous than you think.

    Measles is back. And more dangerous than you think.
    Measles is back. Again. An outbreak is percolating that was first documented in California and has spread to four other Western states and Mexico. An unknown person incubating a measles infection exposed an undetermined number of individuals at...
  • Why Black History Month?

    Why Black History Month?
    Every February, college professors like myself are tasked with reminding students and the general public of the significance of Black History Month. Undoubtedly, many people understand the potential value behind a designated month dedicated to this part...