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Sport & Medical Sciences AcademySustained silent reading, also known as “SSR,” is a program that every student, teacher and administrator at SMSA takes part in. The SSR program has been adopted to promote reading for enjoyment and as a life skill. Three times a week, ...
La Lumiere school held their graduation today and Chief Justice John Roberts, Jr. made the journey from Washington D.C. to LaPorte to give the commencement speech. In his speech, Roberts gave students tips on being friendly to everyone you meet and...
Reminiscent of the beloved novel "A Tree Grows in Brooklyn," a labyrinth of wild grasses has taken root next to the Grace Montessori School in the shadow of a seven-deck concrete parking garage in one of the busiest sections of downtown Allentown. But...
George Packer's new nonfiction book, "The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New America," has many of the qualities of an epic novel. Packer's subject is the last 35 years of U.S. history, the decades that gave us the conservative "Contract With...
Hello, Midshipmen! (Applause.) Well, thank you, Governor O'Malley, for your kind introduction and the great support that Maryland gives this Academy. To Secretary Mabus, Admiral Greenert, General Paxton -- thank you all for your incredible leadership of...
Harford Community College student Brandon Wolf was named the 2013 Arthur Ashe Leadership and Sportsmanship Award winner by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association. As a national award winner, Wolf has been invited to attend a special recognition ceremony...
Chicago TribuneDoes a killer tornado really sound like a freight train? "I don't remember what it sounded like, honestly. It was like a freight train, but I don't remember much about it," said Rhonda Crosswhite, the Oklahoma grade school teacher who covered students...
HARRISONBURG, Va. — When most James Madison University students were packing up for the year and heading home, Avery Starliper of Hagerstown, a interdisciplinary liberal studies major, shifted gears from focusing on studying to focusing on others....
The Miami HeraldMIAMI Did you notice what LeBron James did as soon as it was over? As his jubilant teammates poured toward him, jumping up and down like careening adult-children in a bounce house? As the Indiana Pacers bent over with the sudden sickness? As South...
Jeremy Rifkin’s “The Third Industrial Revolution” is so rich in important ideas that it seemed worthy of more attention than a single column. Rifkin’s big idea is that we must recognize the consequences of trends that threaten...
Video Game ReviewsGamerHub.tv Fellow "Civilization V" fanatics rejoice! Firaxis is gracing us with another expansion with even more mechanics for our quest to conquer the world! In my playthrough of "Sid Meier's Civilization V: Brave New World," I had a preset scenario...
Among the shows revived at this year's Orlando Fringe Festival are three Sentinel "best of the festival" winners from years past: "Dance for Grandma" "Onomatopoeia" and "6 Guitars." In "Dance for Grandma," Scott Whittemore combines endearingly low-key...
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