March 14, 1994
Carla Long Sloan, an honors graduate of North Carroll High School in 1977, has been included in Who's Who in America for the third consecutive year.Now in her 10th year of teaching in the School of Business at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Va., Mrs. Sloan also works as a consultant for a publisher of college textbooks.She has degrees from Towson State University's Graduate School and Liberty University. She has done additional post-graduate work at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville and Lynchburg College.
May 8, 1994
Darius Springfield, a senior at Hannah More Center School, was one of 370 high school journalists selected to attend the Washington Journalism Conference in April, sponsored by the Congressional Youth Leadership Council in cooperation with the National Press Club.*Edward R. Scheinerman, associate professor of mathematical sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Engineering, has been named an Outstanding Professor for 1993-1994 by the Vector Marketing Corp.*Karen Fish, a creative writing instructor at Loyola College, was selected to receive the 1993 Towson State University Prize for Literature.
December 8, 1992
Archbishop Spalding's Jeff Paxson has signed a national letter of intent to play baseball at Towson State University.A starter since his freshman year, Paxson enters his senior year with the Cavaliers with 73 career hits, including 23 doubles, two triples, two home runs and 56 RBI.As a junior last season, Paxson hit .422 and was selected to the All-MSA A Conference team and the Anne Arundel County Sun's All-County squad.At the time of his signing, Paxson was being recruited by the U. S. Naval Academy, Maryland, George Washington university and Princeton, as well as Wake Forest, the University of Arkansas and the University of Indiana.
March 3, 1991
Towson State University's Office of Minority Affairs honore 11 men and women with Distinguished Black Marylanders Awards. They are: Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke, Nancy Bennett, William C. Calhoun, Eugene D. Byrd, Marcellus W. Alexander Jr., Jean Tucker Mann, Evelyn Pasteur Valentine, Freeman A. Hrabowski III; Joseph Haskins Jr., Evelyn Patterson Burrell and Elrod Hendricks.Ann Dake, an early childhood teacher at Bryn Mawr School, was the 1991 recipient of the Mrs. Lucy Eastwood Broadus Memorial Award for travel or study abroad.
November 28, 1996
If the show is half as good as its title, "The Prozac in Pandora's Box" should be something to see. Written by Laura Amlie, a student in Towson State University's graduate theater program, this pharmaceutically titled multimedia work opens a three-week run at the Theatre Project on Wednesday.Billed as "a raucous roller coaster ride . . . from ancient mythology to modern folklore, childbirth to Chernobyl and the French Revolution to the Baltimore streets," the original work uses wordplay, movement, masks, puppetry and music to examine "creative survival."
December 5, 2004
On November 30, 2004 MARIE M. LARSEN (nee Neunsinger) (born March 24, 1908), age 96, passed peacefully. She was a most dedicated artist, mentor, teacher, and friend. Marie was preceded in death by her husband Bror O. Larsen, was the mother to Erik O. Larsen, Mark O. Larsen and Jonathan F. Larsen, grandchildren and great grandchildren. She was a graduate of Maryland Institute of Art and Columbia University. Marie taught art at Towson State University, public schools, and senior centers. She is remembered by each and every one of her students, friends and family.
February 6, 1992
Katharine Reilly Irr, a former teacher who had been active in church and other organizations, died yesterday at Keswick of complications of Alzheimer's disease. She was 88.A Mass of Christian burial for Mrs. Irr, who lived in Homeland for many years, will be offered at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, 5200 N. Charles St.Her husband, Henry P. Irr, first president of Baltimore Federal Savings and Loan Association, which later became Baltimore Federal Financial, died in 1981.
November 4, 1990
Name: Diane PerryHonored by The Carroll County Sun for: Winning five gold medals (long jump, broad jump, high jump, shot put and 100-meter --) along with a silver medal in the 200-meter -- at the Senior Olympics at Towson State University in Baltimore County last month.Age: 56.Residence; hometown: Taneytown.Occupation: Substitute teacher in the Taneytown area.Education: Received master's equivalency degree in childhood education; graduate of Towson State University with a bachelor's degree in primary education; graduate of Taneytown High School.
February 20, 1997
Stamp showBring your magnifying glass to get a good look at the offerings in the Laurel Maryland Stampfair on Saturday in the Holiday Inn Laurel, the largest one-day stamp show in the state.The Bowie MD Stamp Club along with Atlantic Coast Exhibitions is sponsoring the show, which features historical letters and stamps from exhibitors from five states, from the valuable and obscure to the new and intriguing; free appraisals of stamps and stamp collections; a youth area with free stamps and collecting materials; and an exhibit of the rare 1901 Inverted Train Stamp, valued at $75,000.
May 29, 1997
Circus and midwayStep under the big top and into an old-time circus at the Boumi Temple Shriners' Circus and Midway today through Sunday at the Maryland State Fairgrounds. Experience a circus in the round with three shows each day at 10:30 a.m., 2: 30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.Cross over to the midway and hop onto thrill rides, tame rides and old favorites. This year's midway promises to be the grandest yet with its array of rides, amusements and concessions.The circus and midway are open today through Sunday at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, York Road in Timonium.