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  • Blair Kerkhoff: Unions and courtrooms aren't needed to fix on-campus sports problems, colleges say

    ARLINGTON, Texas Final scores weren't the only way of measuring success at the just completed Final Four. The other game being played is determining who is and isn't benefiting from the hoops extravaganza. The NCAA certainly is. College sports'...
  • College athletes union places workplace issues in new light

    A National Labor Relations Board decision that classified Northwestern football players as university employees could have a lasting impact on the future of amateur sports. It also could complicate matters for athletes and universities alike. After all,...
  • Religion: How to talk about it properly

    Religion: How to talk about it properly
    Religion, like politics, is something polite people aren't supposed to talk about, particularly at the dinner table. And there's sound reasoning for this: Passions can flame, voices spike, dissent can explode into disputes long-festering. But if one...
  • Prayer — even by a citizen — shouldn't be allowed at Carroll meetings [Letter]

    Prayer — even by a citizen — shouldn't be allowed at Carroll meetings [Letter]
    David Holstein's letter accusing the American Humanist Association of suppressing free speech by filing a lawsuit against the Carol County commissioner's for allowing his brother to give a Christian prayer at their public meeting misses the whole point of...
  • Alternative answer to exam question stands up to scrutiny

    Years ago, when N.W., a reader in the Midwest, attended a liberal arts college, she and a friend decided to meet one of their distribution requirements by taking an introductory religion course focusing on nonwestern religions. It was, she writes, an...
  • A small win for polluters [Editorial]

    A small win for polluters  [Editorial]
    Two years ago, the General Assembly passed a law requiring Maryland's 10 largest jurisdictions to begin imposing a stormwater fee to cover the costs of reducing pollution that results when rain sweeps dog droppings, pesticides, motor oil and other harmful...
  • Gay rights 'anti-bullying' activists: The biggest bullies of them all

    Hey, gay rights activists: Why are you doing your best to make everyone hate you? I'm talking about the forced resignation of Mozilla Corp. CEO Brendan Eich. Because six years ago as a private citizen -- I repeat, six years ago as a private citizen --...
  • Posnack, Israeli students conduct seders over Skype

    The fifth grade classes at the David Posnack Jewish Day School in Davie had some friends from Israel over last week. The Posnack students connected with students from the Ramat Itzhak Alef School in Nesher over the Internet on a Skype audio-video...
  • Israeli educators visit area

    A delegation of Israeli educators is winding up a week-long visit to Palm Beach County where they made stops at the Judaic Academic Center at Temple Torah in Boynton Beach, the Arthur I. Meyer Jewish Academy in West Palm Beach and two local elementary...
  • Rosenthal: Northwestern ought to be proud

    Even as Northwestern University readies its appeal of Wednesday’s National Labor Relations Board regional office ruling that deems its football players school employees, giving them the right to unionize, the university ought to be bursting with...
  • Labor case shows Northwestern taught its athletes well

    Labor case shows Northwestern taught its athletes well
    Even as Northwestern University readies its appeal of Wednesday's National Labor Relations Board regional office ruling that deems its football players school employees, giving them the right to unionize, the university ought to be bursting with pride....