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  • John Nash, 'A Beautiful Mind' inspiration, and wife die in N.J. car crash

    John Nash, 'A Beautiful Mind' inspiration, and wife die in N.J. car crash
    The barefoot man in mismatched plaids roamed for years through Princeton University’s math building, muttering to himself. In empty classrooms, the “Phantom of Fine Hall,” as he was known, scribbled mysterious equations and strange...
  • UConn, AAC Can Only Watch As Power 5 Conferences Cash In

    UConn, AAC Can Only Watch As Power 5 Conferences Cash In
    The numbers, oh yes, those pesky numbers. In various shapes and dollar signs, the financials of major college sports trickled out in the past week. An SEC announcement here, a Big 12 announcement there and a USA Today analysis back there … in...
  • Community news for Stafford edition

    Working together to build raised bed vegetable gardens STAFFORD SPRINGS – On May 2, volunteers from Grace Episcopal Church worked with Avery Park volunteers to build raised bed vegetable gardens. Pictured: front left to right: Pat Plympton,...
  • Teacher of the year finalist Brian Furgione brings energy to the classroom

    Teacher of the year finalist Brian Furgione brings energy to the classroom
    LONGWOOD -- Brian Furgione doesn't look like the stereotypical teacher. Hair pulled into a ponytail, Nike tennis shoes, jeans. And hardly anybody calls him Mr. Furgione – just Mr. Furg will do. "It's too much work. Too many syllables," says...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    MARTHA M. GEANEY has been appointed dean of the College of Business at Kutztown University. Geaney, has been the associate dean of the College of Business at Kutztown since August 2013. She holds a doctorate in interdisciplinary studies with a...
  • Commencement speeches reach wider audiences long after graduation day

    Mellody Hobson was apprehensive at first when she was invited to deliver this year's main commencement address at USC. After all, she said, "you have to recognize that this is a very important moment in a young person's life. And there is nothing worse...
  • McDaniel College celebrates 145th commencement

    McDaniel College celebrates 145th commencement
    More than 600 graduate and undergraduate degrees were conferred Saturday at McDaniel College's 145th commencement ceremony. Graduates ranging from 19 to 63 years old received a total of 358 bachelor's degrees and 329 master's degrees. Students...
  • Four-star quarterback recruit Dwayne Haskins Jr. commits to Maryland

    Four-star quarterback recruit Dwayne Haskins Jr. commits to Maryland
    Minutes after he announced his verbal commitment Friday afternoon to Maryland, Dwayne Haskins Jr. was asked about his cellphone. As the unofficial ringleader of “The Movement,” an ever-building push by Maryland coaches and recruits alike...
  • Coppin State transfer Sterling Smith will play at Pittsburgh next season

    Sterling Smith will graduate from Coppin State on May 16 with a degree in criminal justice. The former Eagles shooting guard will then begin his post-graduate career in major college basketball. The 6-4, 185-pound Smith, who averaged a team-high 13....
  • Calvert Hall grad Damion Lee chooses Louisville over Maryland, others

    After a month of unabated good news, Maryland men’s basketball coach Mark Turgeon finally got a jolt of reality Thursday when highly sought Drexel transfer Damion Lee (Calvert Hall) announced that he was going to Louisville. Lee informed Evan...
  • Don't panic, college seniors: Jobs for grads likely to grow

    Don't panic, college seniors: Jobs for grads likely to grow
    The consulting and accounting firm EY is aggressively recruiting on college campuses this spring. The company formerly known as Ernst & Young plans to hire 9,000 graduates from U.S. universities this year, up from 7,500 in 2014. But recruiting isn't as...