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  • Improved parenting may fortify low-income kids against poverty effects

    Improved parenting may fortify low-income kids against poverty effects
    For children growing up in poverty, the seeds of poor health in adulthood appear to be sown early. But a nurturing parent may be able to foster a child's resilience to such conditions as allergies, diabetes, heart disease and some cancers, says a new...
  • UConn Basketball Recruit Will Jackson Headed To Georgia

    Just a week after highly touted point guard Jalen Adams said he will join Kevin Ollie's program, another UConn recruit changed his mind. Will Jackson, from Athens, Ga., decommitted from UConn and said Monday he will stay home and attend the University of...
  • Little Orlando Agape Christian churns out big-time football players

    Little Orlando Agape Christian churns out big-time football players
    Serge Trezy usually gets two reactions when he tells people where he went to high school. The first usually goes something like this, “What is Agape Christian School?” The other reaction is a bit more laughable for those, like Trezy, who...
  • Meredith Martin "Mimi" Addy, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman

    Meredith Martin "Mimi" Addy, partner, Katten Muchin Rosenman
    Meredith Martin "Mimi" Addy has joined Katten Muchin Rosenman in the law firm's Chicago office as partner and head of its Patent Litigation practice. Prior to joining Katten, Addy was the Chicago managing partner at Steptoe & Johnson. She has a law degree...
  • Annapolis artist puts his stamp on the Battle of Baltimore

    Annapolis artist puts his stamp on the Battle of Baltimore
    Exploding cannon fire lit the sky and reflected off the water as rain poured down on American soldiers struggling to defend Fort McHenry against a British attack. It was September 1814, and after the Battle of Baltimore, Francis Scott Key penned the...
  • Chicagoan Ben Weprin launching Graduate Hotels

    Chicagoan Ben Weprin launching Graduate Hotels
    The night after I graduated from Northwestern, I stayed with my parents in a Fairfield Inn in Gurnee, 32 miles north of campus. It was the closest room my family could find and afford. More than a decade later, downtown Evanston boasts all of five...
  • A virtual milestone

    A virtual milestone
    Library hounds, research heads and history buffs, Robert Darnton has been reading your diary. Darnton, the university librarian at Harvard University, envisioned a digital library available free of charge to the public that would provide online access...
  • Reaping Rewards Of State Investment In Research Takes Time

    Patience is a virtue. Never more so than when you consider university research-inspired, commercialized ventures — and the eagerly anticipated economic benefits sought from them. Having worked with entrepreneurial start-ups developed from...
  • Back Story: Images of black Civil War soldiers

    Back Story: Images of black Civil War soldiers
    Ronald S. Coddington, an author and editor, has spent nearly four decades collecting Civil War-era images — especially cartes de visite, his favorite. Out of a collection of 2,500 images he has assembled, 1,500 are cartes de visite, with the...
  • Paintings by folk musician and collector Art Rosenbaum on display in Williamsburg

    Paintings by folk musician and collector Art Rosenbaum on display in Williamsburg
    Images of Southern folk musicians shine brightly in the paintings of Art Rosenbaum, a Georgia-based artist, musician and folk music collector. What's more, in 2008, he won a Grammy award for his collection "Art Of Field Recording Volume I: Fifty Years...
  • Two threats to Md.'s life sciences industry

    Two threats to Md.'s life sciences industry
    Rockville researchers are on the cusp of developing the first-ever malaria vaccine. The impact on global health would be revolutionary — the mosquito-borne disease sickens 200 million people each year and claims more than half a million lives....