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  • Cedar Crest College professor Moyer inducted into USA Field Hockey hall of fame

    The 1984 U.S. Women's Olympic Field Hockey Team will be inducted into the hall of fame on June 28 at Spooky Nook Sports in Lancaster. Current Cedar Crest College psychology professor Diane Moyer was a member of the team. They were the first United...
  • Choosing the right preschool

    Location, location, location may be true for real estate, but when it comes to choosing a preschool for your child, think "relationships, relationships, relationships." The science of early childhood development and brain development mandates that...
  • Johns Hopkins anthropologist Anand Pandian writes a memoir about his grandfather

    Johns Hopkins anthropologist Anand Pandian writes a memoir about his grandfather
    When M.P. Mariappan was born 95 years ago, England's King George V was emperor of India. Mahatma Gandhi hadn't yet taken up India's struggle for independence. Most Indians lived in small, scattered villages instead of in cities. Mariappan survived...
  • June 28, 1914: Armageddon, Act I

    It started as a day like any other a hundred years ago, but before it was out, it would have ushered in a century of war, revolution, terror and mass murder like no other. For today, June 28th, is a dark centennial. It's the 100th anniversary of the...
  • Red Sox optimism dashed by Cubs

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - Boston Red Sox - INSIDE PITCH BOSTON -- Remember the optimism created when the Boston Red Sox won the last two games against the New York Yankees over the weekend? Forget it. The Red Sox came home from New York and...
  • Keeping The Faith: Jolts En Route To Religious Acceptance

    Keeping The Faith: Jolts En Route To Religious Acceptance
    Stephen L. Saltzman was at New York University, almost done with his studies in a tax law program, when a well-meaning Irish Catholic instructor invited him to interview at a large Boston law firm where he worked. But when Saltzman got to Massachusetts,...
  • High School Baseball Dream Team: Vetrovec buying in pays off for Sailors

     High School Baseball Dream Team: Vetrovec buying in pays off for Sailors
    When Evan Chalmers became the baseball coach at Newport Harbor High in December, the first player he reached out to was Shaun Vetrovec. This wasn't Chalmers' first go around with the Sailors, yet he needed Vetrovec on his side. The coach Chalmers...
  • Restaurant review: Seven Star Cafe is a tasty gem with organic philosophy

    I liked the Seven Star Café before I walked in the door. Baskets of pink and purple petunias decorating the porch made its historic building smile, and the American flag rippling in the breeze gave the restaurant a quintessential small town America touch....
  • 'Trigger warnings' shackle free flow of ideas vital to higher education

    MADISON, Wis. Free-speech controversy is riveting higher education again. Major schools recently dis-invited graduation speakers whom activists deemed "improper" to their notions of justice. And many institutions have begun formally to institute or...
  • 'Snowpiercer' is sci-fi with a satiric bite to it

    "Snowpiercer" is a veritable United Nations of sci-fi films. Directed by the Korean Bong Joon-Ho ("The Host"), based on a French graphic novel and with a cast built around Captain America (Chris Evans), Oscar winner Octavia Spencer, Tilda Swinton, Jamie...
  • 65 years ago, Altoona, Penn., was Billy Graham's crucible

    ALTOONA, Penn. In the fall of 1949, the Rev. Billy Graham led an eight-week series of revival meetings in Los Angeles, drawing multitudes and making converts of celebrities and commoners. He rocketed into the headlines and hasn't left them since, even...