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Baltimore Sun reporterAt funeral services for Nathan Krasnopoler held at Sol Levinson and Bros. Funeral Home on Aug. 12, the 20-year-old was remembered by a Johns Hopkins University professor for his "keen and incisive intellect." Mr. Krasnopoler died Aug. 10 at Gilchrist...
Twelve years ago, Walters Art Museum curator Will Noel opened a parcel and discovered what he calls "Archimedes' brain in a box." Thus began a search for buried treasure — in this case, the lost writings of Archimedes of Syracuse, a famed Greek...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Tense, feverish work was interrupted by excited cheering as answers to math problems were revealed to students competing as hard as any athlete. Students organized their own teams, decided on team names such as “The Radicals”...
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Aberdeen Central students were recognized at the school's 90th annual awards presentation May 1 at the Thomas F. Kelly Theatre. SOCIAL SERVICE AWARDS American Legion School Citizenship Awards: Hannah Brenden, Michael Marmorstein. Brown County Teen...
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Staff Writer, Copy EditorAfter finishing in fourth place last year in the seventh-grade pre-algebra heat, eighth-grader Caroline Kim felt a different strategy was going to be needed if her team from McCabe’s Corfman School was to fare better at the 2012 Imperial County...
When Amber Baur taught at Harbor View Elementary School, Rubik's Cubes were a daily part of classroom activities. "Children like their fingers and hands moving," she said. "So I said, 'You are more than welcome to keep your hands moving during lessons,...
Journal columnist“At the beginning of 2010, a landfill contained 1,400 tons of solid waste. The increasing function W models the total amount of solid waste stored at the landfill. Planners estimate that W will satisfy the differential equation (insert equation...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — Last fall, freshmen at South Bend New Tech High School dressed up for their first project presentation, but some were better suited for success on a date, with low cuts on the girls' clothing and polo shirts on the boys. The faculty...
With this year's early spring weather, farmers around the region are already busy tilling and planting fields for the 2012 growing season. With strong commodity prices and rising input costs, growers are trying to get as much crop from their fields as...
Staff WritersHEBER — Heber Elementary School student Kayla Osuna, 11, is “a little nervous” about the California Standards Tests she’ll be taking soon. But she’s also committed “to get the highest score I can get,” Kayla...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn just five seconds, more than 900 students from 50 regional high schools and middle schools went from casually talking to absolute silence. Their silence signaled the beginning of the 59th annual mathematics contest for the northeast region of South...
Multimedia ProducerThe Imperial Valley Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement program has proven once again that it is possible to have fun while learning. The team came back from the University of California, Riverside, MESA Day Regionals competition with ribbons,...
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