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February 5, 2006
Elizabeth Conrey and Yutan Getzler were married at The Country Place Resort in White Haven, PA by Rabbi Sheila Weinberg. The bride is the daughter of John and Jo-anna Conrey of Sykesville. She earned a Ph D from Cornell University and is an epidemiologist for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The bridegroom is the son of Yoram Getzler of Jerusalem, Israel and Sandra Laemmle of Lyons, CO. He earned his Ph D from Cornell University and is an assistant professor of chemistry at Kenyon College.
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SPECIAL TO THE AEGIS | April 9, 2014
A new ice cream flavor - Campfire Delight - will be available locally next month. The flavor was created by a team of students, most of them from Harford County, participating in this year's Ice Cream University, hosted by TIC Gums at the firm's Texture Innovation Center in White Marsh. Seventeen local high school students with interest in science, culinary arts and marketing participated in this year's program, which is based on Cornell University's Food Science 101 course, required for incoming freshman of the College of Food Science.
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February 4, 2007
WHITNEY BALLIETT, 80 Magazine jazz critic Whitney Balliett, a jazz critic for The New Yorker, died Thursday at his home in Manhattan. A graduate of Cornell University, Mr. Balliett joined The New Yorker in 1951. He retired in 1998.
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By Meredith Cohn | February 5, 2014
Most people lose weight during the week and gain weight on the weekends, a new study finds. Yet, researchers say it's the weekday diets that are most important for maintaining a healthy weight. The researchers at Cornell University looked at people's diets over seven days and found rhythm of losing and gaining. But they also found that those who lose the most during the week are more likely to either lose weight or maintain weight over time. “Weight variations between weekdays and weekends should be considered normal instead of weight gain,” said Cornell University behavioral economist Brian Wansink in a statement.
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By Cornell University | September 7, 2003
College freshmen gain an average of 4.2 pounds during their first 12 weeks on campus. Breakfast and lunch at all-you-can-eat dining halls account for 20 percent of the added weight. -- Cornell University
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn | February 5, 2014
Most people lose weight during the week and gain weight on the weekends, a new study finds. Yet, researchers say it's the weekday diets that are most important for maintaining a healthy weight. The researchers at Cornell University looked at people's diets over seven days and found rhythm of losing and gaining. But they also found that those who lose the most during the week are more likely to either lose weight or maintain weight over time. “Weight variations between weekdays and weekends should be considered normal instead of weight gain,” said Cornell University behavioral economist Brian Wansink in a statement.
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December 12, 1993
John F. Preis has been appointed to serve as a student member on the Board of Trustees of Cornell University during the 1993-1994 academic year.Mr. Preis is a senior in the College of Agriculture, majoring in business. He has been named to dean's list for the past four semesters and has been the student director for the past year of the Cornell Fund which solicits alumni support for the university.I= He is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Preis of Bel Air.
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April 24, 2012
The Sun's next-day coverage of college lacrosse games held on Saturday, April 21 was the usual and typical fare. Johns Hopkins University, which lost for the third time in the past four games, got the lead story on the sports section. Loyola University, ranked second in the nation in the latest coaches poll and likely to move to Number 1 with Cornell University's defeat, won decisively but got only three sentences in the far-right column half-way down page six. J. Shawn Alcarese, Towson
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September 11, 2005
On August 18, 2005, ELEANOR MARY, beloved aunt of Susan Shapess of Cato, NY, and cousin of Marilyn Mc Donald of Marian, OH. Eleanor was born October 18, 1917 near Syracuse, NY. She graduated from Cornell University in 1942 and earned her Master's degree in Library Science from Syracuse University in 1949. During WWII she served in the WAVES earning the rank of Lieutenant jg. Eleanor came to Baltimore in the late 1950's to work in the Health Science Library at University of Maryland where she worked until her retirement in 1982.
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By RONA MARECH and RONA MARECH,SUN REPORTER | October 20, 2005
A virulent - and sometimes deadly - canine influenza is sweeping the U.S., and with researchers confirming the disease in Washington, D.C., this month, Maryland dog people are bracing for the worst. A total of 13 states - including New York, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and New Jersey - have reported cases of the flu, which is not believed to affect humans, and local dog boarders and caretakers already are taking action. They are scrubbing, disinfecting and bleaching with a vengeance. They are posting signs, sending e-mails and handing out pamphlets to inform customers.
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse | September 23, 2013
Cornell University released its report Sunday on incidents that led to the suspension of the men's lacrosse team from fall events. The report reveals what it calls a "presence of a culture within this group of treating new members as less than equals. " The report, found on the university's website dedicated to the reporting of hazing incidents , says freshmen on the team were expected to do menial tasks and chores. It also details an incident in which the freshmen were challenged by teammates in a "keg race," which resulted in multiple members vomiting.
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The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
Several players with local ties were among 55 players selected in the National Lacrosse League entry draft Monday night in Oakville, Ontario. The Minnesota Swarm chose forward Scott Jones (UMBC) with the seventh overall pick, and defenseman Tucker Durkin (Johns Hopkins) went to the Philadelphia Wings at No. 19 overall in the third round. Also going in the third round (No. 23) to the Swarm was fellow former Blue Jay Zach Palmer, a forward. Two picks earlier, defenseman Reid Acton (Loyola Maryland)
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By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | May 29, 2013
An attorney advising the University of Maryland recommended against seeking prosecution or reporting a swim coach who had allegedly abused a teenager at a private club, university officials said Wednesday. Documents released Wednesday by the school shed light on its response nearly 25 years ago to accusations involving Rick Curl, who was the head swim coach at the time. Immediately after the abuse was revealed, the university demanded Curl's resignation, but for decades he continued coaching thousands of swimmers — and Olympic competitors — at the club he founded outside Washington.
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Susan Reimer | March 25, 2013
What if Facebook isn't the intrusive, all-seeing eye that we fear? What if it isn't just a place where workers waste time and young people post regrettable pictures of themselves? What if it is not just a stage for narcissists who think everything they say is funny and everything they do is important? What if isn't just a place where heartless teens wound each other? What if Facebook is an Internet bar where everybody knows your name, where you can go to feel better after a bad day?
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By Baltimore Sun Staff | January 20, 2013
Steven Muller, former president of the Johns Hopkins University and a major figure in American higher education, died Saturday of respiratory failure at his Washington home. He was 85. A refugee as a child from Nazi Germany who went on to earn a doctorate in political science at Cornell University, Dr. Muller became the president of Hopkins in 1972. Over the next 18 years, he directed the most ambitious growth of the institution since its founding in 1876, enhancing the national and global prestige of the institution he shepherded.
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The Baltimore Sun Staff | January 19, 2013
Steven Muller, former president of the Johns Hopkins University and a major figure in American higher education, died Saturday of respiratory failure at his Washington home. He was 85. A child refugee from Nazi Germany who went on to earn a doctorate in political science at Cornell University, Dr. Muller became the president of Hopkins in 1972. Over the next 18 years, he directed the most ambitious growth of the institution since its founding in 1876, enhancing the national and global prestige of the institution he shepherded.
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May 19, 2006
Forrest Lee Griffith Jr., a retired manufacturing executive and Amtrak official, died of respiratory failure Monday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. The Timonium resident was 87. A Baltimore native, he was a 1937 graduate of Polytechnic Institute and earned a joint bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and business administration from Cornell University in 1940. He enlisted in the Navy in World War II and was assigned to the Bureau of Aeronautics, where he held various engineering assignments including director of flight test electronics in Washington.
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April 24, 2012
The Sun's next-day coverage of college lacrosse games held on Saturday, April 21 was the usual and typical fare. Johns Hopkins University, which lost for the third time in the past four games, got the lead story on the sports section. Loyola University, ranked second in the nation in the latest coaches poll and likely to move to Number 1 with Cornell University's defeat, won decisively but got only three sentences in the far-right column half-way down page six. J. Shawn Alcarese, Towson
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | March 26, 2012
Norman Henley, a retired Russian-language and world literature teacher and academic editor, died of congestive heart failure at the Charlestown Retirement Community in Catonsville. He was 96 and had earlier lived in Remington and Charles Village. Born in Auburndale, Mass., he earned a bachelor of arts degree at Boston University. He then studied at Andover-Newton Theological School and the Pacific School of Religion in Berkeley, Calif. While a student in Boston, he worked as a hospital orderly and assisted in the care of the injured in the 1942 Cocoanut Grove nightclub fire.
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