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By James L. Fisher | September 13, 1990
ARE women's colleges becoming extinct? Were the Mills College students -- and those at Goucher College and several others that have confronted the question of admitting men, right to protest so vigorously?of Education.
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By James L. Fisher | September 13, 1990
ARE women's colleges becoming extinct? Were the Mills College students -- and those at Goucher College and several others that have confronted the question of admitting men, right to protest so vigorously?of Education.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN REPORTER | May 22, 2007
Michael Baruch Grossman, a retired Towson University professor who had been chairman of the department of political sciences and wrote about the White House press corps, died of pancreatic cancer May 14 at his home in Oakland, Calif. The former Towson resident was 70. Born in Boston, he earned a bachelor's degree at Oberlin College in 1957. He worked briefly as a reporter at The Washington Post and served in the Army before earning his doctorate in political science from the Johns Hopkins University.
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By Eileen Soskin and Eileen Soskin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 6, 2005
A few jazz musicians have been successful in blending jazz and classical music, infusing old forms and sounds with new concepts. Among past masters, two of the most famous crossover jazz artists are Dave Brubeck and Duke Ellington, who wrote classical music with a twist, or jazz with a classical patina. At 8 p.m. tomorrow at Jim Rouse Theatre in Columbia, music fans will have a rare opportunity to hear some of Brubeck's choral music performed by the Columbia Pro Cantare. The concert will also feature the Eric Mintel Quartet, performing instrumental works by Brubeck and Mintel.
FEATURES
By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Staff Writer | June 14, 1993
So this little girl in nursery school turns to the teacher and cries, "Mrs. Webster! Nathan is eating the endangered animal cookies!"Welcome to the world of "Quality Time," a daily cartoon panel that begins today in The Sun.Penned by Gail Machlis, a San Francisco writer and artist, the panel explores "the world of young professionals, their conflicts and ambitions," according to the Chronicle Features syndicate.But Ms. Machlis says it often explores her own experiences, too."Most of the cartoons are not my personal life, exactly," she says.
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April 28, 2012
Bernard Pierce at a glance Running back, Temple Ht./Wt.: 6 foot,  215 pounds Born: May 10, 1990, Ardmore, Pa. High School: Glen Mills School College highlights: Pierce was the 2011 ECAC Offensive Player of the Year after he led the Owls with 1,481 yards and a school-record 27 touchdowns. He was ranked second nationally in scoring with 13.5 points a game. … Maryland fans may remember his record-breaking game where he rushed for 149 yards on 32 carries and tied a MAC record with five rushing touchdowns.
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By From staff reports | May 6, 2003
In Baltimore County City man gets life with no parole for home invasion, killing TOWSON - A Baltimore man was sentenced yesterday in Baltimore County Circuit Court to life without parole for his involvement in an Owings Mills home invasion and murder last year. Irvin Patrick Browne Jr., 19, formerly of the 1800 block of N. Dallas St., was the third man to be convicted for the Feb. 26, 2002, crime. Prosecutors say he and another man terrorized a group of Owings Mills college students and fatally shot Dimas Rodriguez, 20. Prosecutors say Browne was the shooter.
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August 16, 1997
WHILE THE Teamsters' strike against United Parcel Service seems to have gained them some public sympathy, the labor union has had its troubles over the years. Past corruption was a major problem, and some locals haven't portrayed unionism in the best light.Take, for instance, Local 70, which filed a grievance against Mills College in Oakland, Calif. The college's alleged sin? Hiring a company that used a herd of goats to clear poison ivy and blackberry brambles from 40 acres of college property.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 21, 2001
Marylanders will be able to express their views on legislative and congressional redistricting at a dozen public hearings starting next week. The Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee will hold 12 public sessions around the state beginning Wednesday in Salisbury. Gov. Parris N. Glendening appointed the panel, headed by Secretary of State John T. Willis, to hear public testimony and present him with recommendations on how to carve Maryland into eight congressional and 47 legislative districts.
SPORTS
By Alan Widmann | March 7, 1991
It was a complete rebuilding project.Oakland Mills coach Dave Appleby began practice last November without eight players and all five starters from his Class 3A state basketball champions (22-2) of one year ago.Then came an extended football season. Six candidates reported late for basketball after helping Oakland Mills to the state semifinals. Injuries, disciplinary problems and the task of blending transfers into a formerly tight-knit program followed.It added up to a 6-6 start. The defeats were fully one-tenth of Appleby's previous career total (152-60)
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By Justin Davidson and Justin Davidson,NEWSDAY | October 18, 1998
SAN FRANCISCO - David Harrington, a 48-year old violinist with the serious, sleep-deprived look and conversational urgency a late-blooming adolescent, is the founder and designated visionary of the Kronos Quartet, but that's not exactly how he describes himself."
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