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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.
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July 26, 2013
Sunday, July 28 Water works Swimmable Action Day will be held at several locations, including Mayo Beach Park, Edgewater, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Swim and kayak on the bay to celebrate the need for clean water. The event is sponsored by the South River Federation. 410-224-3802. Tuesday, July 30 Navy band The Naval Academy Band hosts a concert at Susan G. Campbell Park at the City Dock in Annapolis at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 31 Lecture Shilo Brooks, a professor of philosophy at Bowdoin College in Maine, will deliver a lecture, "Nietzsche, Hegel, and the Problem of History," at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's College's Francis Scott Key Auditorium, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | May 10, 2001
Lincoln Fernando Johnson, an art historian, teacher and former art critic for The Sun, died Tuesday of leukemia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 80 and lived in Towson. A Goucher College professor for 35 years, he wrote his thesis on French artist Toulouse-Lautrec and lectured widely on film. In the 1960s, he was an organizer of the Maryland Film Festival, later the Film Forum. He wrote art criticism for The Sun from 1971 to 1978. "He was great fun to go to the movies with.
NEWS
June 1, 2013
St. Mary's College alumni are currently aware of the "crisis" in admissions, which is unfortunate and reflects a number of factors, including the admissions strategy of the new college president as well as the changing nature and economics of higher education. While this situation works itself out they are right to express concern over St. Mary's future. However, to suggest, as commentator Anne D. Neal does, that St. Mary's does not deserve to survive because of the kind of education it offers or because its curriculum is somehow inadequate, reflects a serious misunderstanding of a public liberal arts education and what the college means to its students and alumni ("Cautionary campus tale," May 30)
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | July 14, 2003
Tyrelle Johnson is only 10 years old, but his grandmother Theresa Thompson packed up his little suitcase this weekend and sent him off to college. She wasn't too worried about him, though. His elementary school principal went with him - and he'll be back next week. Tyrelle and nine other children from Brehms Lane Elementary School started today as very pre-undergraduates at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, in a weeklong program to introduce the ambitious fourth- and fifth-graders to college life.
NEWS
October 20, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- Richard F. Seaman, most recently vice president for Development at Bowdoin College in Maine, has been chosen vice president for institutional advancement at Western Maryland College.Seaman, who has had a distinguished career at some of the country's most prestigious institutions as well as with the nationally recognized Council for the Advancement and Support of Higher Education, will begin his duties at Western Maryland Dec. 1.He was chosen from a crowded field on the basis of his broad and deep knowledge and understanding of how liberal arts colleges work.
NEWS
By DIANE WINSTON | March 3, 1991
Ask most Americans why they supported the Persian Gulf war and the answer will be the same.Saddam Hussein is evil.Early rationales for involvement in the conflict -- the defense of Kuwait's sovreignty and the protection of oil reserves -- were quickly subsumed by a more cosmic mission. Mr. Hussein -- vilified for gassing Kurds, massacring civilians and even killing babies -- was a ruthless barbarian who had to be stopped.Within weeks of the Aug. 2 initiation of Operation Desert Shield, the Iraqi leader embodied evil in the public's mind.
NEWS
July 26, 2013
Sunday, July 28 Water works Swimmable Action Day will be held at several locations, including Mayo Beach Park, Edgewater, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Swim and kayak on the bay to celebrate the need for clean water. The event is sponsored by the South River Federation. 410-224-3802. Tuesday, July 30 Navy band The Naval Academy Band hosts a concert at Susan G. Campbell Park at the City Dock in Annapolis at 7 p.m. Wednesday, July 31 Lecture Shilo Brooks, a professor of philosophy at Bowdoin College in Maine, will deliver a lecture, "Nietzsche, Hegel, and the Problem of History," at 7:30 p.m. at St. John's College's Francis Scott Key Auditorium, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis.
NEWS
June 1, 2013
St. Mary's College alumni are currently aware of the "crisis" in admissions, which is unfortunate and reflects a number of factors, including the admissions strategy of the new college president as well as the changing nature and economics of higher education. While this situation works itself out they are right to express concern over St. Mary's future. However, to suggest, as commentator Anne D. Neal does, that St. Mary's does not deserve to survive because of the kind of education it offers or because its curriculum is somehow inadequate, reflects a serious misunderstanding of a public liberal arts education and what the college means to its students and alumni ("Cautionary campus tale," May 30)
SPORTS
By From Sun staff and news services | August 9, 2009
Locally Palace ties Harrisburg Friday, is even with Real Maryland Crystal Palace Baltimore tied host Harrisburg, 0-0, on Friday night. The draw moved Baltimore even on points with Real Maryland in the fifth and final playoff spot in the United Soccer Leagues Second Division, but Real owns the tiebreaker. Brian Rowland earned the shutout for Baltimore. Babe Ruth Museum: : Sports Legends Museum at Camden Yards will host a program and discussion with Linda Ruth Tossetti, Babe Ruth's granddaughter, and Bill Jenkinson, author of the book "The Year Babe Ruth Hit 104 Home Runs: Recrowning Baseball's Greatest Slugger," on Saturday at 3 p.m. Admission is free with regular paid admission to the museum.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | July 14, 2003
Tyrelle Johnson is only 10 years old, but his grandmother Theresa Thompson packed up his little suitcase this weekend and sent him off to college. She wasn't too worried about him, though. His elementary school principal went with him - and he'll be back next week. Tyrelle and nine other children from Brehms Lane Elementary School started today as very pre-undergraduates at Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, in a weeklong program to introduce the ambitious fourth- and fifth-graders to college life.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | May 10, 2001
Lincoln Fernando Johnson, an art historian, teacher and former art critic for The Sun, died Tuesday of leukemia at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 80 and lived in Towson. A Goucher College professor for 35 years, he wrote his thesis on French artist Toulouse-Lautrec and lectured widely on film. In the 1960s, he was an organizer of the Maryland Film Festival, later the Film Forum. He wrote art criticism for The Sun from 1971 to 1978. "He was great fun to go to the movies with.
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
October 20, 1991
WESTMINSTER -- Richard F. Seaman, most recently vice president for Development at Bowdoin College in Maine, has been chosen vice president for institutional advancement at Western Maryland College.Seaman, who has had a distinguished career at some of the country's most prestigious institutions as well as with the nationally recognized Council for the Advancement and Support of Higher Education, will begin his duties at Western Maryland Dec. 1.He was chosen from a crowded field on the basis of his broad and deep knowledge and understanding of how liberal arts colleges work.
NEWS
By DIANE WINSTON | March 3, 1991
Ask most Americans why they supported the Persian Gulf war and the answer will be the same.Saddam Hussein is evil.Early rationales for involvement in the conflict -- the defense of Kuwait's sovreignty and the protection of oil reserves -- were quickly subsumed by a more cosmic mission. Mr. Hussein -- vilified for gassing Kurds, massacring civilians and even killing babies -- was a ruthless barbarian who had to be stopped.Within weeks of the Aug. 2 initiation of Operation Desert Shield, the Iraqi leader embodied evil in the public's mind.
NEWS
February 7, 2003
Theron H. Spring, 98, bank vice president Theron Hardwick Spring, a retired bank vice president and former Catonsville resident, died in his sleep Wednesday at Homewood Retirement Center in Williamsport. He was 98. Born and raised in Braintree, Mass., Mr. Spring earned a bachelor's degree in business from Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine, in 1929. He also earned a law degree from the University of Baltimore. During World War II, he served as a Navy quartermaster. Moving to Baltimore in 1945, he joined the real estate department of Equitable Trust Co. He later worked in the trust and mortgage departments before being elected assistant secretary-treasurer of the bank in 1958.
BUSINESS
May 25, 2004
New Positions Keane appointed director of Johns Hopkins Press The Johns Hopkins University Press has appointed Kathleen Keane director of the nation's oldest university press. She joined the publishing unit in 2002 as director of finance and operations. A master's in business administration graduate of the University of Virginia, she formerly was a vice president and chief publishing officer at Harcourt Health Sciences. Infinity names Labrozzi VP of programming Infinity Broadcasting named Dave Labrozzi vice president of programming for the Towson-based company's five Baltimore- area radio stations.
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