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By ASCRIBE NEWS SERVICE | April 17, 2001
DAVIDSON, N.C. - Emily Oldham appears destined to become a doctor, but destiny will dictate that she practice a very different brand of medicine than her physician father and dentist mother. Growing up in a medical household in Lynchburg, Va., led Emily toward the study of the healing arts from her earliest memories. But by the time this Davidson College sophomore graduates from medical school and begins seeing patients, the emerging field of genomics will have radically changed methods of diagnosis and treatment.
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August 27, 2006
Craig DeRan Date of birth: Oct. 11, 1970 Party affiliation: Democrat Professional experience: Attorney Education: North Harford High School; Davidson College (N.C.); University of Baltimore School of Law Personal: Engaged; elder at Highland Presbyterian Church; grandson of state Del. James J. DeRan Jr.; great-grandson of state Sen. David G. Harry 1. What is the most important issue facing Harford County? Harford County needs responsible growth. Our role in this district is to pass laws that will allow farms to be productive and profitable as small businesses and will make the state preservation program more user friendly.
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NEWS
January 7, 2005
College symphony, jazz ensemble to perform tonight First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3604 Chatham Road, Ellicott City, will present the Davidson College Symphony Orchestra, directed by Tara Villa, and the Davidson College Jazz Ensemble, directed by William Lawing, at 7:30 p.m. today. On the program are selections from works by Schubert, Grieg, Dvorak, Mussorgsky and others. The Jazz Ensemble will present "Channel One Suite," as performed by Buddy Rich, and other pieces. Admission is free.
NEWS
January 7, 2005
College symphony, jazz ensemble to perform tonight First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3604 Chatham Road, Ellicott City, will present the Davidson College Symphony Orchestra, directed by Tara Villa, and the Davidson College Jazz Ensemble, directed by William Lawing, at 7:30 p.m. today. On the program are selections from works by Schubert, Grieg, Dvorak, Mussorgsky and others. The Jazz Ensemble will present "Channel One Suite," as performed by Buddy Rich, and other pieces. Admission is free.
NEWS
By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2001
The next president of Goucher College will be either a veteran journalist and educator who is director of the Voice of America, or a lifelong college administrator who is now dean of admissions at Davidson College in North Carolina. Students, faculty and staff at the school learned yesterday that the search has narrowed to Sanford J. Ungar, who has headed the government-backed overseas radio service for two years, and Nancy J. Cable, who has spent her career in higher education at liberal arts colleges.
NEWS
August 27, 2006
Craig DeRan Date of birth: Oct. 11, 1970 Party affiliation: Democrat Professional experience: Attorney Education: North Harford High School; Davidson College (N.C.); University of Baltimore School of Law Personal: Engaged; elder at Highland Presbyterian Church; grandson of state Del. James J. DeRan Jr.; great-grandson of state Sen. David G. Harry 1. What is the most important issue facing Harford County? Harford County needs responsible growth. Our role in this district is to pass laws that will allow farms to be productive and profitable as small businesses and will make the state preservation program more user friendly.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 16, 2002
Jamie Larrimore scored five goals and had three assists as the Johns Hopkins women's team defeated visiting Davidson, 16-6, yesterday at Homewood Field. Erin Wellner scored two goals and had a game-high four assists for the Blue Jays (3-3), who won their third straight after starting the season 0-3. The Wildcats (5-2) had a four-game winning streak ended. Hopkins wasted little time in taking the lead as Meghan Burnett scored off an assist from Larrimore just 17 seconds into the game. The Wildcats responded with a goal by Anna Wolfgang 21 seconds later, but the Blue Jays erupted on an eight-goal run to take a commanding, 9-1 halftime lead.
BUSINESS
By Paul Adams and Paul Adams,SUN STAFF | April 19, 2003
Baltimore publishing company Agora Inc. isn't in the business of subtlety. The 25-year-old firm markets its 50 financial, travel and health newsletters with bombastic pitches that promise subscribers advice that will lead to riches and better living, or your money back. Guaranteed. It's a hard sell designed to grab attention in a market crowded with big-name market gurus and forecasters, and it works. Agora's success has paid for founder and President William Bonner's chateau in France, and placed him and a few partners among the top five newsletter publishers in the United States.
NEWS
May 24, 2006
Allison Dulin, Hereford SPORT TENNIS GIRLS STATS -- In her second season of tennis, Dulin was 8-2 as part of the Bulls' mixed doubles team. Also an all-state and All-Metro field hockey midfielder, she helped the Bulls to the state semifinals last fall. The senior plans to play hockey in the fall at Davidson College. SIDELINES -- Dulin, a National Honor Society member with a 4.77 weighted grade point average, completed an internship this spring with Mid-Atlantic Thoroughbred magazine.
NEWS
March 22, 1993
Josh PekloSchool: Glenelg Country SchoolAge: 17Hometown: West FriendshipHis accomplishments: He's president of the National Honor Society as well as the Outing Club, a 15-member organization that takes camping and outdoor trips. He's the advertising manager of the school yearbook, The Tower. He plays varsity basketball and tennis. He's also part of the Community Service Organization.Outside of school, he's a volunteer firefighter for the West Friendship Volunteer Fire Department. He says volunteering at the fire station has helped him handle stress.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 16, 2002
Jamie Larrimore scored five goals and had three assists as the Johns Hopkins women's team defeated visiting Davidson, 16-6, yesterday at Homewood Field. Erin Wellner scored two goals and had a game-high four assists for the Blue Jays (3-3), who won their third straight after starting the season 0-3. The Wildcats (5-2) had a four-game winning streak ended. Hopkins wasted little time in taking the lead as Meghan Burnett scored off an assist from Larrimore just 17 seconds into the game. The Wildcats responded with a goal by Anna Wolfgang 21 seconds later, but the Blue Jays erupted on an eight-goal run to take a commanding, 9-1 halftime lead.
NEWS
By ASCRIBE NEWS SERVICE | April 17, 2001
DAVIDSON, N.C. - Emily Oldham appears destined to become a doctor, but destiny will dictate that she practice a very different brand of medicine than her physician father and dentist mother. Growing up in a medical household in Lynchburg, Va., led Emily toward the study of the healing arts from her earliest memories. But by the time this Davidson College sophomore graduates from medical school and begins seeing patients, the emerging field of genomics will have radically changed methods of diagnosis and treatment.
NEWS
By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,SUN STAFF | March 3, 2001
The next president of Goucher College will be either a veteran journalist and educator who is director of the Voice of America, or a lifelong college administrator who is now dean of admissions at Davidson College in North Carolina. Students, faculty and staff at the school learned yesterday that the search has narrowed to Sanford J. Ungar, who has headed the government-backed overseas radio service for two years, and Nancy J. Cable, who has spent her career in higher education at liberal arts colleges.
BUSINESS
July 8, 2001
Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. awarded 21 scholarships recently to graduating Baltimore-area high school students to help with their college expenses. Judges selected 100 high school seniors from the company's five-state mid-Atlantic service area to win the $1,000 awards. The criteria were school leadership, academic success, extracurricular activities, community involvement, work outside of school, recommendation letters and personal essays. The following winners, with high school and college, were: Anne Arundel County: Kathleen Tyson, Northeast/James Madison University.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | September 13, 1993
Spirit coach Kenny Cooper liked what he saw of the talent during a three-day minicamp enough to invite two free agents and the team's draft choices to training camp early next month."
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