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  • Sue T. Brown, psychologist group director

    Sue T. Brown, psychologist group director
    Sue T. Brown, who served as executive director of the Maryland Psychological Association for nearly three decades, died July 10 of complications from metastatic melanoma at her Columbia home. She was 73. Sue Taylor was born in Seattle and raised in...
  • New Orange security director oversaw campus police expansion

     
    Orange schools have hired a new director of school safety and security, a position that will be at the heart of the district's response to Orange County mayors and police chiefs, who have been pushing for a larger role in school security planning over the...
  • Perfect timing for Oregon feces to hit fan

     
    Everyone walking into the Philadelphia Eagles' NovaCare Complex on Tuesday was hit with a blast of fertilizer fumes, presumably due to the grounds crew doing some extensive landscaping all around the premises. But you had to wonder if some of......
  • 'Change agent' for the Field Museum

    'Change agent' for the Field Museum
    In choosing controversial former University of Oregon President Richard Lariviere as its likely next chief executive, the Field Museum has opted for a "change agent," according to the man hiring him, and a "gentleman with elbows," according to one of...
  • Ducks march onto GCC campus

    Ducks march onto GCC campus
    The University of Oregon marching band is no stranger to prime-time shows — its student musicians have accompanied their football team to a series of back-to-back bowl appearances, including the Bowl Championship Series title game last year. But...
  • Study links winning football team to falling college grades

    Study links winning football team to falling college grades
    Jayton Jenkins remembers the highlight of his college years at Steven F. Austin, when the lumberjacks played in the division I football playoffs for the first time in the school's history. "We were celebrating a lot, so my grades sort of took a back...
  • Body scanners being put to creative uses

    Body scanners being put to  creative uses
    — If Doug McMakin's latest experiment is successful, it's going to save travelers some time and hassle at the airport someday soon. They won't have to take off their shoes when they go through security, because a scanner will examine their feet and...
  • PASSINGS: Loren Miller Jr., Boris Chertok

    PASSINGS: Loren Miller Jr., Boris Chertok
    Loren Miller Jr. Longtime Superior Court judge Retired Superior Court Judge Loren Miller Jr., 74, the second of three generations of his family to serve on the bench in California, died Dec. 5 of complications from chronic obstructive pulmonary...
  • 'Eaters' senior on point

    'Eaters' senior on point
    College basketball had been tough enough for Kassandra McCalister. Injuries, personal tragedy and a change of schools all contributed to four years and three collegiate seasons that were considerably less satisfying than her charmed high school career....
  • About Sarah Kelber

    Sarah Kickler Kelber, an editor in the features department since 1999, has been blogging for The Baltimore Sun since 2005, when she started the reality TV blog Reality Check. Because watching and writing about hours of television just wasn't enough, she's...
  • Local schools see benefits from good behavior program

    Local schools see benefits from good behavior program
    At Stevens Forest Elementary School in Columbia, fifth-graders delight when good behavior leads to rewards, from earning shiny trophies to playing Nintendo Wii with the principal at recess. In fact, they say they've had so much fun being respectful,...