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  • Where medical masterpieces are made

    Where medical masterpieces are made
    As an oil painter in college, Elizabeth Cook expected to pursue the life of the typical aspiring American artist: get an advanced degree, move to a big city, embark on a future of creative struggle. Then she attended an exclusive arts workshop in New...
  • Former Colt Fred Miller still dotes on the girl he fell for in college

    Former Colt Fred Miller still dotes on the girl he fell for in college
    Every morning, around 5 a.m., before the sunlight splashes on the beige bedroom walls of the weathered farmhouse in Upperco, Charlene Miller stirs, yawns — and prays. Thank you, Lord, for helping me come through the night. She doesn't get up....
  • Derrick Henry says Gators top his list; Many stars like Florida at Nike event

    Derrick Henry says Gators top his list; Many stars like Florida at Nike event
    Numerous recruiting services are on site this week at the debut of Nike's "The Opening" at the athletic apparel headquarters in Beaverton, Ore., and with 150 of the best players in the country all in one place, there is no lack of voices to be heard....
  • Terps 'hung together' through changes, now looking forward to season

    Terps 'hung together' through changes, now looking forward to season
    It's only been seven months since word began to filter out to Maryland players that Ralph Friedgen was being dismissed as coach. As they worked out in the unyielding heat Tuesday drenched in sweat, several players said it felt as if much more time had...
  • 'The Big Uneasy' taps into outrage over flooding of New Orleans

    'The Big Uneasy' taps into outrage over flooding of New Orleans
    Harry Shearer says his "head exploded" 20 months ago. That's when he heard President Barack Obama, during a town hall meeting in New Orleans, refer to the flooding of the city after Hurricane Katrina as "a natural disaster." The comedian, actor, radio...
  • State's top QB Tyler Cameron of Jupiter commits to USF Bulls

    State's top QB Tyler Cameron of Jupiter commits to USF Bulls
    Jupiter High's Tyler Cameron, one of the top quarterback prospects in the state for the Class of 2012, committed to the University of South Florida on Tuesday evening. Cameron chose the Bulls over other finalists LSU, Purdue and Illinois. In all, he...
  • Teel Time: Tyrod Taylor is Ravens' No. 2 quarterback for opener against Steelers

    Teel Time: Tyrod Taylor is Ravens' No. 2 quarterback for opener against Steelers
    Neither injury nor inexperience has prevented Tyrod Taylor from earning the Baltimore Ravens’ trust and respect. He’ll be their No. 2 quarterback in Sunday’s opener against the visiting Pittsburgh Steelers. A rookie from Hampton High...
  • Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer OT Patrick Miller commits to LSU

    Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer OT Patrick Miller commits to LSU
    Palm Beach Gardens Dwyer senior Patrick Miller, one of the top offensive tackle prospects in the nation and a Sun Sentinel Super 11 selection, has verbally committed to LSU, according to Dwyer assistant coach Paul Meunier. The 6-foot-7, 280-pound Miller...
  • More parks don't mean more walking: study

    More parks don't mean more walking: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who live within a half-mile of lots of parks and fields go on fewer walks than those who don't have much parkland nearby, a new study from Australia suggests. The findings run contrary to the notion that people get more...
  • Affirmative action at risk in college admissions

    Affirmative action at risk in college admissions
    The U.S. Supreme Court takes up the issue of racial preference in college admissions on Wednesday, and that ought to be a concern for those who believe such policies have provided countless opportunities for minorities — and enriched the educational...
  • Race-based admissions still discriminatory

    As the Supreme Court once again takes up the issue of affirmative action in college admissions, The Sun's view that this discriminatory practice should be preserved is wrong in both theory and practice ("Race and admissions," Oct. 10). At its core,...