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  • Campus News

    Talya Stocksdale of Pasadena was inducted as a member of Pi Mu Epsilon National Mathematics Honor Society at Newberry College in South Carolina. Michaela Rachel Cunningham of Millersville was honored as a High scholar at the University of Nebraska in...
  • Calvert Hall grad wins $62,000 Washington College literary prize

    Calvert Hall grad wins $62,000 Washington College literary prize
    Alexander R. Vidiani, a Calvert Hall graduate from Hunt Valley, won the largest student literary prize in the nation Friday. A panel of professors selected the 22-year-old Washington College senior as the winner of the school's Sophie Kerr Prize,...
  • Michael Phelps on moving to Arizona: 'I get to be tan all year'

    Michael Phelps on moving to Arizona: 'I get to be tan all year'
    Olympic swimming star Michael Phelps is happy for a change of scenery. His biggest rival, Ryan Lochte, can relate. Phelps confirmed Thursday that he will relocate to Tempe, Ariz., to continue training under longtime coach Bob Bowman. Phelps lives in...
  • Tennis: College players net results

    Tennis: College players net results
    As the college tennis season winds down, it is time to recognize our local players. Three seniors have demonstrated their skill and tenacity year after year. Isabel Aldunate (Bowie) earned second team honors for UMBC in the America East Conference in...
  • School Notes: Academic achievements of residents in Annapolis and southern Anne Arundel County

    The following students from Severna Park were recognized at the 2015 Honors Convocation at Wittenberg University: Emmaline Higgins was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta, a national honor society that seeks to recognize and encourage scholarship among...
  • Arundel High graduate helps build Yale into national lacrosse contender

    Arundel High graduate helps build Yale into national lacrosse contender
    Andy Shay chuckles when asked why he made Graham Niemi his first hire upon being named head coach of Yale men's lacrosse. "Because he was relentless," Shay said of Niemi's pursuit of the position. Actually, it was Niemi's fervent belief that Yale...
  • Former FDIC chair to head Washington College

    Former FDIC chair to head Washington College
    Washington College on Wednesday named a former chair of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation to be the college's 28th president. Sheila C. Bair, 61, will take over the job as president of the small liberal arts college in Chestertown in August. She...
  • Africa by America Day Features Dinkendo Family Band

    Africa by America Day Features Dinkendo Family Band
    Chestertown, MD, April 27, 2015- An all-day cultural and musical event takes place in several venues around Chestertown, Maryland on May 30. Festivities begin at 10 a.m. and go on until 10:30 p.m. with a half dozen events to choose from. All events are...
  • Prep Notebook: Indian Creek's Hughen makes quick work of half marathon

    Prep Notebook: Indian Creek's Hughen makes quick work of half marathon
    For someone who just picked up cross country, Indian Creek's Rachael Hughen must be a quick study. Hughen, who set several school records as a member of the cross country team in her first year running, was the overall winner at this past weekend's...
  • Lacrosse coach Bob Shriver leaving a 36-year legacy at Boys' Latin

    Lacrosse coach Bob Shriver leaving a 36-year legacy at Boys' Latin
    In the spring of 2006, Tuesdays and Fridays always started the same for Bob Shriver. At Pepe’s Pizza on Falls Road, he’d be on his second cup of coffee with his nose in the sports page when his youngest son, David, would join him for...
  • As Lincoln's death marked, tomb's caretakers face setbacks, criticism

    As Lincoln's death marked, tomb's caretakers face setbacks, criticism
    Caretakers of Abraham Lincoln's tomb are on the defensive over an unflattering critique in National Geographic magazine and looming budget cuts that could threaten management of the historic site, even as they commemorate the 150th anniversary of the U.S....