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By Mary Carole McCauley and The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2014
When the writer Peter Mehlman was working on the television show "Seinfeld," he could be counted on to come up with the tiniest, most insignificant - and ultimately, the most memorable - plots. It was Mehlman, now 58 and a Los Angeles resident, who explored snack-eating etiquette at parties, and Mehlman who decided that the show's female lead, Elaine, would hoard contraceptive sponges. And it was Mehlman who coined several catchphrases that have entered the cultural lexicon, from "yada yada" to gloss over a conversation, "sponge-worthy" to describe a hot date and "double-dipping" to refer to the practice of dunking a snack into a sauce at a party, taking a bite and then dunking it again into the same container.
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June 3, 2011
Havre de Grace High School Girls Kelsie Taylor Adams, Haley Rebecca Alexander, Rachel Marie Anderson, Kelly Eilazabeth Ayres, Shayla Janay Breanna Bailey, Jessica Rose Baker, Caitlin Hanna Blackwell, Miranda Jade Blake, Al-Lee Paige Bowman, Erica Frances Boyd, Ashley Isabel Brown, Tanae Alicia Brown, Hali Darlegra Burke, Juliana Clio Capasso, Brittany Jeanne Carnohan, Persephone Leane Castro, DeQuacia LeaShun Catlin, Taylor Danielle Cedrone,...
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Before last spring, John Crosby “really didn't know too much about Dayton.” Then the former Poly star watched the Flyers beat Ohio State, Syracuse and Stanford en route to the Elite Eight of the 2014 NCAA tournament. “I've been a fan, but then I had a chance to get recruited and got to see it right there,” said Crosby, who is currently doing a post-grad year at the New Hampton (N.H.) School. “I was excited to get down to campus. I was more sold on just seeing how I would fit in [and]
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
A pair of 2014 Broadneck graduates were named to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Scholar All-America team on Wednesday. Midfielder Henry Welsh was named to the boys team and forward Ellie McNulty was named to the girls team. McNulty was an All-Metro first-team selection last year and will play lacrosse next season at Princeton. Welsh and McNulty will receive their award -- along with 47 other boys and 52 other girls -- at the 2014 NSCAA High School All-America Brunch on Aug. 2 at Lake Buena Vista Palace in Orlando.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2012
Former John Carroll girls soccer standouts Morgan Fraczkowski, a sophomore defender at Wilmington University in Delaware, and Gina Maiorana, a freshman goalkeeper at Seton Hall, are off to fine starts this season. Last week, Fraczkowski was named the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference women's soccer Player of the Week after scoring four goals in three games.  She scored her first collegiate goal in a win against Goldey-Beacom on Sept. 11.   Wilmington is 3-3-1 overall and 3-0 in conference play Maiorana, sharing the goalkeepiing duties at Seton Hall, is 5-1 with four shutouts as the Pirates are 6-4 on the season.
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By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | May 24, 2012
Baltimore is a good place for recent college graduates to settle down, according to a report released Thursday by major job- and apartment-hunting websites. Charm City has the right combination of entry-level job inventory, average entry-level salary and average monthly rent to rank 10th on a list of the best cities for new grads. The list was put together by the classified websites Careerbuilder.com and Apartments.com, which used their employment and rental listings to calculate the rankings.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,Staff writer | January 12, 1992
After an uncharacteristic 9-14 season a year ago, the Washington College men's basketball team is trying to turn things around this season.A pair of South Carroll grads, sophomore Geoff Rupert and junior Dan Dutton, are quietly helping the Shoremen get back on top of theMiddle Atlantic Conference Southeast Section.Last year's rebuilding effort snapped a streak of 10 winning seasons, which included eight MAC playoff appearances.This season, the Shoremen are coming off a successful trip to the Bahamas -- where they finished third in the Goombay Shootout -- and are looking to challenge for the conference title.
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By Todd Karpovich and Glenn Graham | June 29, 2012
The Baltimore Bays Chelsea under-17/18 boys soccer club went 3-0 this week in the U.S. Soccer Development Academy playoffs in Frisco, Texas, clinching Group 8 with a 2-1 win over New Jersey-based Players Development Academy on Thursday to advance to USSDA's Finals Week. The winner of each of the eight groups advance to the Finals Week from July 16-23 in Houston. The U-17/18 championships will be held July 22 at the newly built BBVA Compass Stadium, the home of Major League Soccer's Houston Dynamo.
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By Donna M. Owens, For The Baltimore Sun | August 15, 2014
NEW YORK CITY - Kevin Liles is riding high. On a bright August afternoon, the Baltimore-born entertainment mogul is ensconced 35 stories above midtown Manhattan, enjoying lunch at one of the city's most exclusive hotels, the Mandarin Oriental. The restaurant is a favorite spot for the music impresario, who is dining with his mother and two of his three children. "There's so much I want to do," says the 46-year-old entrepreneur and former Warner Music Group executive.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2014
The girl in the tire swing is swaying above North Avenue, sneakers pointing to a traffic light. A block away, the Natty Boh guy and the Utz girl speed away on their wedding day, cans trailing behind their car. And then there's Cupid, aiming an arrow at the street. Above him float the words, "I loved more. " The works of artist Reed Bmore look like line drawings come to life. The 22-year-old shapes sculptures from metal wire, then hangs them on light poles and traffic light cables.
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By Jon Fogg and The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
The No. 1 topic in men's college lacrosse this offseason is whether the NCAA will trade its "timer on" rule for a true shot clock. Three men with local ties -- North Carolina coach  Joe Breschi (Loyola High), Delaware coach Bob Shillinglaw (Severna Park) and Mount St. Mary's associate athletic director Mike Hardisky  (Towson State) -- will be part of the nine-member NCAA rules committee that will decide whether to make that change, along with several other possible tweaks.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Calvert Hall graduate C.J. Williams, a running back at Bucknell, was one of only three sophomores named to the Preaseason All-Patriot League Team announced last week. As a freshman, the 6-foot-1, 205-pound Williams was a second-team All-Patriot League selection after rushing 212 times for 899 yards, more than any Bison had amassed in more than 10 years. He had four 100-yard rushing performances and was named to the watch lists for CFPA National Freshman Performer of the Year and for the Jerry Rice Award.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2014
Former McDonogh midfielder Ashley Spivey has transfered from Maryland and will play for the University of Central Florida this season. The Knights announced the addition to their women's soccer team on Thursday.  Spivey, a two-time Baltimore Sun All-Metro Player of the Year with the Eagles, was the Terps' second-leading goal (6) and point (15) scorer last season and was selected to the All-Atlantic Coast Conference third team. In 2012, she was a member of the ACC's All-Freshman team.
SPORTS
By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
Cliff Cornish is no LeBron James and High Point, N.C., will certainly never be confused with South Beach. But Cornish, a former North County forward, does see one key similarity between his decision to transfer to Morgan State and the greatest basketball player in the world signing with Cleveland. “It feels pretty good [signing with Morgan], especially because of the LeBron comparisons - not skill wise, but in coming back home,” Cornish said Monday. “My friends and family are all happy to see me come close to home.” The 6-foot-9, 257-pound Cornish signed with the Bears last week . He'll be a redshirt sophomore this season.
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May 29, 2014
This is rich, Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. complaining about college tuition ("College: where kids become leftists," May 25). I had two sons attending St. Mary's College of Maryland while Mr. Ehrlich was governor. He raised tuition more than any governor in the history of our state (part of the user fee thing). Leftist indoctrination? Nonsense. I know lots of recent college grads, and I'm shocked (and saddened) at how conservative they are. Today's grads are all about the money. Mark Moessinger - To respond to this letter, send an email to talkback@baltimoresun.com . Please include your name and contact information.
BUSINESS
By Gary Dessler and Gary Dessler,Knight-Ridder | January 28, 1991
It looks like the recruiting season is shaping up as a tough one for many new college graduates.On most campuses across the country, recruiting by employees is down. And that, in turn, reflects the fact that most employees plan to hire fewer college grads then they hired last year.In fact, hiring by the employees surveyed by Michigan State University's Career Development and Placement Service Center will be down a whopping 9.8 percent this year -- and down even more in a few specific industries.
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By Joe Burris and Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 24, 2014
When your father, two uncles and both grandfathers served as pilots, your career seems destined to take flight. Marine Capt. Katie Higgins not only followed in the footsteps of her family members, but this week she was named to the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, also known as the Blue Angels. With her first show flight sometime next spring, the 2008 Naval Academy graduate said she could become first woman to perform in Blue Angels history. The Blue Angels are considered one of the most elite outfits in U.S. military aviation, and the addition of a female pilot to its ranks is both historically significant and no small feat, said Robert Thomas, the curator of the National Military History Center in Indiana.
FEATURES
By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | July 15, 2014
She stands just five-feet tall and weighs less than some pumpkins, but that didn't stop Kacy Catanzaro from dominating last night's episode of "American Ninja Warrior. " A Towson University grad, Catanzaro became the first woman to complete one of the final obstacle courses and advance to the show's ultimate challenge, Mt. Midoriyama. Catanzaro, who is apparently 95 percent muscle and 5 percent beaming smile, used skills she honed on Towson's gymnastics team to tackle obstacles such as the salmon climb, the swinging frames, the spider climb, and other feats rarely seen outside of a Spider-Man film.
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