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By James Bock and James Bock,Staff Writer | October 3, 1993
BOSTON -- Early on the morning of Sept. 15, Katherine Ann Power was back in Boston.Almost 23 years before, as a college student and would-be revolutionary, she had helped rob a Boston bank.A police officer was killed, and Kathy Power went underground.Now, at 44, she had surfaced to cut a deal. At 6:50 a.m., the 4-foot-11, stocky woman with a strong chin, shoulder-length brown hair and wire-rimmed glasses surrendered to authorities on a Boston College parking lot.Power -- the fugitive who had become Alice Louise Metzinger, raised a 14-year-old son, opened an Oregon restaurant, married a bookkeeper and suffered from depression -- agreed to plead guilty to state manslaughter and armed robbery charges.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2014
Jasmine White was accepted to Morgan State University, her dream college, almost 10 years ago. But the New Yorker discovered she could not afford the out-of-state tuition. "I just started crying because I had no idea where I was going to get [the money] before class started," White recalled. Instead of coming to Baltimore, she earned an associate's degree at a community college in New York, and served five years in the Army Reserve. Now 26, she is finally enrolling at Morgan State this fall.
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May 17, 1991
Stephan Berko, 66, a professor of physics at Brandeis University for three decades, died in his sleep yesterday at his home in Wellesley, Mass. Mr. Berko was a specialist in the study of the interaction of positrons with other matter. A native of Oradea, Romania, he was imprisoned in Nazi concentration camps.
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By Alexander E. Hooke | May 26, 2014
"…You should see that obedient flock who at the mere sign from me will hasten to heap the hot cinders upon the stakes in which we shall burn you for coming to meddle with us. " - Fyodor Dostoyevsky, "The Grand Inquisitor" parable within "The Brothers Karamazov. " Commencement ceremonies are meant for families and friends of the new graduates to celebrate a loved one's move to another stage in life and for the hosting school to celebrate itself and its commitment to education.
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November 28, 1990
Harlee Popick, 69, a former teacher and member of several women's organizations, died Monday of leukemia at Johns Hopkins Hospital.Funeral services will be private.Mrs. Popick, who lived on Red Cedar Place, was a member of the National Women's Committee for Brandeis University, the National Council of Jewish Women and Women's American ORT.The former Harlee Senzer was born in Newark, N.J., and graduated with honors from the New Jersey College for Women, now Douglass College, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
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November 28, 1990
Harlee Popick, a former teacher and member of several women's organizations, died Monday of leukemia at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.Mrs. Popick, who was 69 and lived on Red Cedar Place, was a member of the National Women's Committee for Brandeis University, the National Council of Jewish Women and Women's American ORT.The former Harlee Senzer was born in Newark, N.J., and graduated with honors from the New Jersey College for Women, now Douglass College, where...
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December 6, 1994
Robert Bernat, 63, a university administrator and professor who founded the River City Brass Band in 1981, died Saturday of cancer in Pittsburgh. He taught, conducted and held administrative posts at Bethany College, Brandeis University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ohio State University and the University of Pittsburgh. His compositions include "In Memoriam: John F. Kennedy," commissioned for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and the brass band fantasy, "Dunlap's Creek."Arthur Frank Shore, 70, part of an international team that rescued ancient Egyptian archaeological treasures threatenedby the rising waters of the Aswan dam in the 1960s, died Nov. 27 in London.
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February 21, 1991
Etta Mae Hutcheson, 98, a blackjack-packing child of the frontier who was one of Arizona's first women state legislators, died Tuesday in Tucson, Ariz. Mrs. Hutcheson, a Tucson Democrat, served nine terms in the state House from 1954 through 1972. She picketed for women's suffrage in Tucson in 1917 but said she didn't subscribe to the women's rights movement. "Why should I step down to the level of a man?" she was quoted as saying.Louis Kelso, 77, an investment banker who pioneered the stock buyouts that allow employees ownership of the companies where they work, died Sunday of a heart attack in San Francisco.
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December 8, 1994
Alun Owen, 69, an Oscar nominee for the screenplay of the Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night," died Tuesday in London.Richard Brown, 79, founder of the Brown Institute where thousands of radio and television broadcasters got their start, was found dead Monday with his wife, Helen, 76, in a double suicide in their home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mr. Brown's painful arthritis kept him in a wheelchair. Mrs. Brown had Alzheimer's disease.John B. Stephenson, 57, president emeritus of Berea (Ky.) College, died Tuesday of a viral infection.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 9, 1996
Senior center Matt Gorman scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and Johns Hopkins rolled over Brandeis University, 78-55, yesterday in a University Athletic Association game at the White Center.The Blue Jays (4-2, 1-1) held a 29-23 lead over the Judges (2-3, 0-2) at halftime and opened the second half with a 9-2 run. Johns Hopkins sealed the win by making 28 of 31 free throws in the second half.Goucher 75, Christopher Newport 70: The host Gophers (4-2) used a 12-3 run midway through the second half in a comeback win over the Captains (4-2)
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Susan Reimer | May 21, 2014
It is the season for graduations and graduation speeches, most of which dissolve into the sunshine, remembered by no one, but particularly not the happy graduates. That is changing. The season is now memorable for the speeches that are not given, the speakers having been driven off by student activists. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice withdrew from her scheduled appearance at Rutgers after students protested her acquiescence to President George W. Bush during the war in Iraq.
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By Jay Bernstein | January 2, 2014
Over 200 years ago, political theorist and philosopher Edmund Burke memorably remarked: "The only thing necessary for evil to flourish is for good men to do nothing. " This truism comes to mind when assessing the reaction of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to the recent vote by the American Studies Association (ASA) in favor of an academic boycott of Israel. The ASA, of which UMBC is an institutional member, is the nation's oldest and largest association dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of American history and culture.
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By FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN and FREDERICK N. RASMUSSEN,SUN REPORTER | January 20, 2006
Dr. Lawrence Grossman, a pioneer in the field of DNA and former chairman of the department of biochemistry and molecular biology at what is now the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, died of Alzheimer's disease Jan. 13 at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Mount Washington resident was 81. Dr. Grossman, born and raised in New York City, took a rather circuitous route to becoming an internationally known biochemist. He dropped out of high school in 1941 to help support his family and, after the nation entered World War II, enlisted in the Navy as an aviation cadet.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 9, 1996
Senior center Matt Gorman scored 21 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, and Johns Hopkins rolled over Brandeis University, 78-55, yesterday in a University Athletic Association game at the White Center.The Blue Jays (4-2, 1-1) held a 29-23 lead over the Judges (2-3, 0-2) at halftime and opened the second half with a 9-2 run. Johns Hopkins sealed the win by making 28 of 31 free throws in the second half.Goucher 75, Christopher Newport 70: The host Gophers (4-2) used a 12-3 run midway through the second half in a comeback win over the Captains (4-2)
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
A used book sale, sponsored by the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, is being conducted at the Galleria, 1407 York Road, Lutherville. An article about the sale in yesterday's Today section omitted the address.The Sun regrets the error.After nearly four decades, you'd think somebody would give the Brandeis University book sale a home."It would be lovely," says Sophie Stolberg, who for 15 years has organized the annual used book sale to benefit the library fund at Massachusetts' Brandeis University.
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December 8, 1994
Alun Owen, 69, an Oscar nominee for the screenplay of the Beatles film "A Hard Day's Night," died Tuesday in London.Richard Brown, 79, founder of the Brown Institute where thousands of radio and television broadcasters got their start, was found dead Monday with his wife, Helen, 76, in a double suicide in their home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Mr. Brown's painful arthritis kept him in a wheelchair. Mrs. Brown had Alzheimer's disease.John B. Stephenson, 57, president emeritus of Berea (Ky.) College, died Tuesday of a viral infection.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,Sun Staff Writer | May 6, 1995
A used book sale, sponsored by the Brandeis University National Women's Committee, is being conducted at the Galleria, 1407 York Road, Lutherville. An article about the sale in yesterday's Today section omitted the address.The Sun regrets the error.After nearly four decades, you'd think somebody would give the Brandeis University book sale a home."It would be lovely," says Sophie Stolberg, who for 15 years has organized the annual used book sale to benefit the library fund at Massachusetts' Brandeis University.
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By Tara Finnegan and Derek Toney and Tara Finnegan and Derek Toney,Contributing Writers | July 28, 1993
The death of former Dunbar High School basketball star Reggie Lewis stunned an East Baltimore community and the sports world last night."There's no reaction . . . just a cold reaction," said Herman Harried, a former teammate of Lewis's at Dunbar. "I really don't know what to make of this. One minute, he's OK . . . the next minute, he's not."Lewis, the Boston Celtics star who collapsed with a heart ailment during a playoff game last April, collapsed again while shooting baskets at Brandeis University in Waltham, Mass.
NEWS
December 6, 1994
Robert Bernat, 63, a university administrator and professor who founded the River City Brass Band in 1981, died Saturday of cancer in Pittsburgh. He taught, conducted and held administrative posts at Bethany College, Brandeis University, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ohio State University and the University of Pittsburgh. His compositions include "In Memoriam: John F. Kennedy," commissioned for the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, and the brass band fantasy, "Dunlap's Creek."Arthur Frank Shore, 70, part of an international team that rescued ancient Egyptian archaeological treasures threatenedby the rising waters of the Aswan dam in the 1960s, died Nov. 27 in London.
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By James Bock and James Bock,Staff Writer | October 3, 1993
BOSTON -- Early on the morning of Sept. 15, Katherine Ann Power was back in Boston.Almost 23 years before, as a college student and would-be revolutionary, she had helped rob a Boston bank.A police officer was killed, and Kathy Power went underground.Now, at 44, she had surfaced to cut a deal. At 6:50 a.m., the 4-foot-11, stocky woman with a strong chin, shoulder-length brown hair and wire-rimmed glasses surrendered to authorities on a Boston College parking lot.Power -- the fugitive who had become Alice Louise Metzinger, raised a 14-year-old son, opened an Oregon restaurant, married a bookkeeper and suffered from depression -- agreed to plead guilty to state manslaughter and armed robbery charges.
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