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KIAHWhile some students go to college to strictly focus on their academics, some incoming freshmen are eager to join the campus Greek life. Unfortunately for Princeton freshmen, the fraternity lifestyle will have to wait. Princeton President Shirley...
Laurel ArtsIt’s Friday afternoon at Laurel Arts Education & Dance Center as we make the final preparations for the start of the 2011-2012 dance season. It’s been anything but quiet here over the summer even without the constant comings and goings of our...
Tags: Dance, Dancing, Entertainment
You'll have no trouble finding food at the Maryland State Fair. Some of it is still walking around on hooves, granted. But once you're on the Midway, you'd have trouble swinging a test-your-strength mallet without hitting a stand selling corn dogs,...
Tags: Television, Oklahoma, File Sharing, Oklahoma City, Sandwiches
Bryant Stith is Virginia basketball royalty. He’s the Cavaliers’ career scoring leader and No. 4 rebounder, a three-time, first-team All-ACC selection, and the program’s highest NBA draft pick in the last 20 years. So when Stith says...
News-Review sports writerCHARLEVOIX This Saturday, between 20 and 40 elite mile runners will gather in Charlevoix to commemorate running phenom Ryan Shay, a Central Lake native who died while competing in the 2008 Olympic Trials marathon in New York City. “Ryan was a...
On the edge of the Nebraska sand hills is Lake McConaughy, a 22-mile-long reservoir that in summer becomes a magnet for Winnebagos, fishermen and kite sailors. But officials here in Keith County, population 8,370, imagined this scene: an Al Qaeda...
Daily PressDennis Thomas is stepping down immediately as chairman of the NCAA Committee on Infractions, citing unspecified health and personal reasons. Thomas, 58, will continue as commissioner of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. Conference USA commissioner...
COLUMBUS, OHIO — If you think that all of America's auto plants are in Michigan, just visit Marysville, Ohio, where the 3.6-million-square-foot Honda assembly plant totals 3.6 million square feet. I had come to the Columbus area on a three-day tour,...
Daily PressAs much as James Gayle wanted to play in 2009 when he first arrived at Virginia Tech, he didn't really have a chance. He said the day before the '09 season-opener against Alabama he didn't "feel like sitting out a year," because that wasn't the kind of...
While dealing with an infected joint in a particularly valuable cow a few months ago, I had the opportunity to perform a surgery usually reserved for the horse in an operating room. The surgery is called an arthrotomy, which means, literally, to cut...
Baltimore Sun reporterRoselyn Elizabeth Hammond, a retired Morgan State University biology professor who often entertained at the piano, died of cancer Sept. 3 at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Ashburton resident was 72. Born Roselyn Elizabeth Brown in Grambling, La., she was...
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