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Graduation (INACTIVE)

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  • Pro bono requirement would unduly burden recent law graduates [Letter]

    Pro bono requirement would unduly burden recent law graduates [Letter]
    Claudia Diamond must have been one of the fortunate few law school graduates who had the benefit of a significant scholarship or finished her education with no significant debt to repay ("Bar exam does not a lawyer make," Nov. 7). And if she ever provided...
  • Teel Time: Virginia Tech, ACC excel in latest NCAA graduation survey

    Most ACC schools, including Virginia Tech and Virginia, continue to outpace their Division I and power-conference peers in graduating athletes. Among the four Division I institutions in Hampton Roads, only William and Mary trumps national averages for...
  • California players may need to bear down on those books

    California has shared two conference football championships since 1960. Its basketball team has won one title during that time. Now the Bears sit atop the Pac-12 Conference schools in the least desirable standings. Golden Bears athletes have the worst...
  • A 'national service' requirement for lawyers -- and everyone else [Letter]

    A 'national service' requirement for lawyers -- and everyone else [Letter]
    I support of letter writer Claudia Diamond's idea that new lawyer applicants in Maryland should be required to perform a set number of pro bono volunteer hours before being awarded a license to practice ("Bar exam does not a lawyer make," Nov. 7) I...
  • Kentan Facey Cleared To Play For UConn Men's Basketball Team

    Kentan Facey Cleared To Play For UConn Men's Basketball Team
    UConn got good news from the NCAA regarding Kentan Facey. The highly touted freshman will be allowed to play this year and will have a full four years of eligibility. Facey announced the news on Twitter at noon Friday. "UConn compliance staff is serious!...
  • Black Male Teacher Stands For Aspiration, Support

    I am one of the African American males who, according to The National Academy of Education, make up less than 2 percent of the nation's public school teachers. It's a statistic that came out just a few months after CNN reported that black male...
  • Delaware town issues senior week warning

    Delaware town issues senior week warning
    A Delaware beach resort town that was the scene last June of a teenage party visited by Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler issued a statement Monday criticizing parents who rent homes there for "senior week" celebrations. The statement...
  • 'Unforgettable' play pays tribute to Howard County couple, Korean War veterans

     'Unforgettable' play pays tribute to Howard County couple, Korean War veterans
    The Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington might seem an odd place for a play memorializing a Howard County couple. But on a pleasant summer evening earlier this year, that’s exactly what was showing. The play was “Unforgettable: Letters...
  • Fewer Glendale students dropping out of school

    Fewer Glendale students dropping out of school
    The number of students dropping out of Glendale Unified high schools has declined significantly during the past four years, from 120 during the 2009-10 school year to 35 last year, according to a new report. However, the number of graduates meeting...
  • Diplomas in a day [Editorial]

    The city social services workers who sent dozens of local foster care youth to an unlicensed out-of-state religious school that hands out high school diplomas in exchange for a $500 fee and a single day of tests may have thought they were helping smooth...
  • Baltimore can do better for its foster youth [Letter]

    Your report about Baltimore City foster care youth sent to earn high school diplomas at Philadelphia's Crooked Places Christian academy "made straight" a dilemma that the City Council's Education Committee and its partners have long anticipated and...