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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2011
Elaine Tuttle Hansen will never forget stepping into her first college class after years of feeling out of place as a smart kid in her small Massachusetts hometown. "It was like, 'Oh my God, there are people out there like me,'" she says. It's a sentiment often expressed by students who arrive at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, where Hansen recently took over as executive director. After years of feeling misunderstood or unchallenged at their regular schools, these precocious elementary and middle schoolers say they finally feel "at home.
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May 1, 2014
This spring, roughly 1.6 million newly minted U.S. college graduates are exiting the campus cocoon and entering a world that is by turns encouraging, indifferent and often unsettling in the fullness of its ambiguity. The college GPS is now switched off, and most graduates have yet to settle on a new model. It's tough out here in the real world, so let's not sugar-coat it. And let's try, for once, to resist the urge to overwhelm these fledgling adults with truckloads of unhelpful - and unasked-for - advice.
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April 30, 2006
Rowena Daly, formerly of Baltimore, MD, daughter of Edith C. Daly and the late Robert J. Daly, will marry Sean Andrews on Saturday, May 13, 2006 in Central Park's Conservatory Gardens. Rowena is a graduate of Western High School and Catholic University of America and Sean is a graduate of Bates College, and in the fall will receive his Masters at Columbia University. The couple resides in NYC.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | December 27, 2011
Elaine Tuttle Hansen will never forget stepping into her first college class after years of feeling out of place as a smart kid in her small Massachusetts hometown. "It was like, 'Oh my God, there are people out there like me,'" she says. It's a sentiment often expressed by students who arrive at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth, where Hansen recently took over as executive director. After years of feeling misunderstood or unchallenged at their regular schools, these precocious elementary and middle schoolers say they finally feel "at home.
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December 21, 1992
Name: Hye Jeong KimHome: Ellicott CityAge: 18School: Mount Hebron High SchoolActivities: She is captain of the Cavaliers flag team and a member of the National Honor Society. She sings in the choir and was vice president of ASIA, an organization that helps Asian students adapt to the school. She's part of the Viking Service Club and tutors other students. She was a crew member for the Columbia Festival of the Arts and performed at Nam's Tae Kwon Do tournament in the flag team. She says she is most proud of helping newly arrived Korean students adapt to the school.
NEWS
May 1, 2014
This spring, roughly 1.6 million newly minted U.S. college graduates are exiting the campus cocoon and entering a world that is by turns encouraging, indifferent and often unsettling in the fullness of its ambiguity. The college GPS is now switched off, and most graduates have yet to settle on a new model. It's tough out here in the real world, so let's not sugar-coat it. And let's try, for once, to resist the urge to overwhelm these fledgling adults with truckloads of unhelpful - and unasked-for - advice.
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By WALT GARDNER | March 21, 2006
It had to happen sooner or later. Forced to explain the long delay between its discovery of scoring errors on the October SAT and its reporting of them, the College Board once again put its interests ahead of those of applicants and their parents. SAT tests taken by 5,600 students in October were erroneously scored by Pearson Educational Measurement, a firm contracted by the College Board. The board said the errors were caused by rain-damaged test sheets that prevented proper scanning.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1998
Not this time, Muhlenberg.Johns Hopkins women's basketball team, which had lost the last two Centennial Conference championships to the Mules, got some revenge last night in a second-round game of the NCAA Division III tournament.Angie Arnold scored 19 points and Julie Anderson had 13 points and 15 rebounds as the host Blue Jays advanced to the Sweet 16 with a 68-44 victory.The Blue Jays (23-4) will play Bates College (22-1) of Lewiston, Maine, on Friday night at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham.
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By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2003
Nicole Brown always has been willing to help out her Coppin State track teammates during trying times in an important meet. Like earlier this month at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championships, when Brown, primarily a high jumper, was asked to compete in the heptathlon for the first time. She finished fifth despite fouling on all her javelin attempts. Brown also was called into action during the season in the 100- and 400-meter hurdles. She is now facing the biggest individual meet of her life, the NCAA East Regional that opens today at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., although her first event is not until tomorrow.
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By Tom Chard and Tom Chard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 1998
GORHAM, Maine -- Julie Anderson is the only player, male or female, to have 1,000 career points and 1,000 rebounds in Johns Hopkins history.In the opening game of the NCAA Division III women's tournament Northeast Regional last night, Anderson, an All-American, led the Blue Jays to a 69-56 win over Bates College at Hill Gym.Anderson, a 5-foot-10 senior forward from Toronto, scored a career-high 31 points and grabbed 21 rebounds, two off her career best,...
NEWS
April 30, 2006
Rowena Daly, formerly of Baltimore, MD, daughter of Edith C. Daly and the late Robert J. Daly, will marry Sean Andrews on Saturday, May 13, 2006 in Central Park's Conservatory Gardens. Rowena is a graduate of Western High School and Catholic University of America and Sean is a graduate of Bates College, and in the fall will receive his Masters at Columbia University. The couple resides in NYC.
NEWS
By WALT GARDNER | March 21, 2006
It had to happen sooner or later. Forced to explain the long delay between its discovery of scoring errors on the October SAT and its reporting of them, the College Board once again put its interests ahead of those of applicants and their parents. SAT tests taken by 5,600 students in October were erroneously scored by Pearson Educational Measurement, a firm contracted by the College Board. The board said the errors were caused by rain-damaged test sheets that prevented proper scanning.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | May 30, 2003
Nicole Brown always has been willing to help out her Coppin State track teammates during trying times in an important meet. Like earlier this month at the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference championships, when Brown, primarily a high jumper, was asked to compete in the heptathlon for the first time. She finished fifth despite fouling on all her javelin attempts. Brown also was called into action during the season in the 100- and 400-meter hurdles. She is now facing the biggest individual meet of her life, the NCAA East Regional that opens today at George Mason University in Fairfax, Va., although her first event is not until tomorrow.
SPORTS
By Tom Chard and Tom Chard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 1998
GORHAM, Maine -- Julie Anderson is the only player, male or female, to have 1,000 career points and 1,000 rebounds in Johns Hopkins history.In the opening game of the NCAA Division III women's tournament Northeast Regional last night, Anderson, an All-American, led the Blue Jays to a 69-56 win over Bates College at Hill Gym.Anderson, a 5-foot-10 senior forward from Toronto, scored a career-high 31 points and grabbed 21 rebounds, two off her career best,...
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1998
Not this time, Muhlenberg.Johns Hopkins women's basketball team, which had lost the last two Centennial Conference championships to the Mules, got some revenge last night in a second-round game of the NCAA Division III tournament.Angie Arnold scored 19 points and Julie Anderson had 13 points and 15 rebounds as the host Blue Jays advanced to the Sweet 16 with a 68-44 victory.The Blue Jays (23-4) will play Bates College (22-1) of Lewiston, Maine, on Friday night at the University of Southern Maine in Gorham.
NEWS
December 21, 1992
Name: Hye Jeong KimHome: Ellicott CityAge: 18School: Mount Hebron High SchoolActivities: She is captain of the Cavaliers flag team and a member of the National Honor Society. She sings in the choir and was vice president of ASIA, an organization that helps Asian students adapt to the school. She's part of the Viking Service Club and tutors other students. She was a crew member for the Columbia Festival of the Arts and performed at Nam's Tae Kwon Do tournament in the flag team. She says she is most proud of helping newly arrived Korean students adapt to the school.
NEWS
August 12, 2004
RUTH MERRITT died August 7, 2004 in Baltimore of complications from Alzheimers. Born Ruth Abbot Bowditch in 1915, the younger daughter of Horace Bowditch and Lucy (Eveleth) Bowditch, she grew up in Augusta, Maine. She received her B.S. degree from Bates College in 1938, and a Masters of Social Work degree from Simmons College in 1940. She married Groverman Blake Payne in 1946, and lived in Greenfield, Mass., until his death in 1963. She married Capt. Robert E. Merritt in 1980. He died in 2003.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield | November 6, 1994
McDonogh athletic director Jack MacMullen has appointed assistant Chet Janiga, 42, as the Eagles new baseball coach, Janiga confirmed Thursday.Janiga replaces Al Poklemba, who in June accepted a position as athletic director at the Bullis School in Montgomery County.Janiga is in his second year at McDonogh, having been an assistant in the football and baseball programs.A four-year letterman in football and baseball at Bates College in Maine, Janiga spent eight years as assistant athletic director and baseball coach at Landon in Montgomery County.
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