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By Mary Gail HareAnne Haddad and Mary Gail HareAnne Haddad,Staff Writer Staff Writer | August 1, 1993
Katrina L. "Kati" Hill, 18, a graduate of Liberty High School and a National Merit scholar, has already entered the U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis to study engineering.Her other interests are in math and science.She is the daughter of David and Carolyn Hill of Gamber.Interviewed last fall when she was a semifinalist in the National Merit Scholar program, Ms. Hill said, "The credit really goes to my parents, who have supported me, and all of the great teachers I've had in the Carroll County education system."
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2013
Date: Aug. 24, 2013 Her story: Courtney Schapiro, 28, grew up in Owings Mills. She is a speech language pathologist in Chicago. Her mother and stepfather, Susie and David Nevins, live in Pikesville. Her father and stepmother, Jeffrey and Amy Schapiro, live in Owings Mills. His story: Jon Sider, 28, grew up in Highland Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. He, along with his brother Mark, is co-founder and co-owner of Greater Than, a Chicago-based company that sells all-natural infused coconut water containing electrolytes.
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By DAN RODRICKS | November 17, 1997
In last Friday's column, I made an incorrect reference to Tulane University. It's not in Alabama, but Louisiana. The Southern institution I meant to mention was Auburn University, in Alabama. Sorry about that.Pub Date: 11/17/97
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, a retired cardiologist who played an instrumental role in the establishment of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at St. Agnes Hospital, died Saturday from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Timonium resident was 89. The son of a railroad conductor and a homemaker, Richard Joseph Bouchard was born and raised in Ogdenburg, N.Y., where he graduated in 1946 from St. Mary's High School. "His main interest was heart catheterization, and he was very good at it. His patients loved him and he was an extremely honorable man," said Dr. Ronald H. Gillilan, a semiretired cardiologist and director of the cardiac rehabilitation program at St. Agnes Hospital.
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September 25, 2003
DANA EILEEN BUSHNELL, PhD, 44, formerly of Greytown Hills Rd., Cambridge Springs, PA and a resident of Beverly Health Care-Cambridge Springs for the past year, died there, Saturday, September 13, 2003. She was born November 8, 1958, in Los Angeles, CA, a daughter of William Eugene and Margaret Dorsey Bushnell. She married Brian P. Holtslaw in the spring of 1986 in New Orleans and he preceded her in death on October 8, 2002. She was professor in the Philosophy Dept. of Edinboro University in Pennsylvania for several years beginning in 1992.
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By Julie Bell and Julie Bell,Sun reporter | September 22, 2005
Tulane University School of Medicine, chased from its New Orleans campus by Katrina, was scrambling to evacuate again yesterday as a second major hurricane bore down on its temporary quarters in Houston. "It's increased everyone's sense of humor," Tulane medical student Andrew Schutzbank said yesterday. "The joke is, if Rita comes, maybe we just weren't [meant] for medical school this year." Schutzbank is among a group of displaced Tulane deans and medical students frantically trying to salvage the school year with the help of borrowed offices, classrooms, materials and staff from Baylor College of Medicine and three other Texas institutions.
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By Liz F. Kay and Sam Sessa and Liz F. Kay and Sam Sessa,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2005
Eric White was supposed to start his first day of classes at Tulane University in New Orleans yesterday. Instead, the 19-year-old from Phoenix, Md., is headed back to Maryland to enroll in Johns Hopkins University as a visiting student. His sophomore year at Tulane is on hold for a semester. Others enrolled in colleges in the path of Hurricane Katrina - which hit the Gulf Coast just as classes were scheduled to resume - are following suit. Institutions around Maryland have fielded inquiries about transfers from families and students anxious not to let a natural disaster derail their college education.
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By Charles J. Holden and Zach P. Messitte | March 8, 2012
With the Republican presidential nomination contest in high gear, Marylanders might be forgiven for smiling. The word "snob" has returned with full force to presidential politics after a four-decade hiatus. Former Sen. Rick Santorum (Penn State University '80, University of Pittsburgh '81, Dickinson School of Law '86), in an old-fashioned beat-down on higher education, recently informed us that President Barack Obama is "a snob" for wanting Americans to go to college, where they would be indoctrinated by "some liberal college professor.
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By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2013
Date: Aug. 24, 2013 Her story: Courtney Schapiro, 28, grew up in Owings Mills. She is a speech language pathologist in Chicago. Her mother and stepfather, Susie and David Nevins, live in Pikesville. Her father and stepmother, Jeffrey and Amy Schapiro, live in Owings Mills. His story: Jon Sider, 28, grew up in Highland Park, Ill., a suburb of Chicago. He, along with his brother Mark, is co-founder and co-owner of Greater Than, a Chicago-based company that sells all-natural infused coconut water containing electrolytes.
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By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1997
Adults in strange costumes escorting their inner child from door to door! Relationships ripped apart at the seams like an overstuffed bag of candy!Today, on Halloween eve, we examine twentysomething trick-or-treaters: Are they aging sociopaths desperately trying to cling to their childhoods, costumed candy addicts or frighteningly free spirits?Join us as we study this little-known disorder.A case studyJennifer Koerner is an otherwise normal 23-year-old assistant for marketing at Towson University.
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By Charles J. Holden and Zach P. Messitte | March 8, 2012
With the Republican presidential nomination contest in high gear, Marylanders might be forgiven for smiling. The word "snob" has returned with full force to presidential politics after a four-decade hiatus. Former Sen. Rick Santorum (Penn State University '80, University of Pittsburgh '81, Dickinson School of Law '86), in an old-fashioned beat-down on higher education, recently informed us that President Barack Obama is "a snob" for wanting Americans to go to college, where they would be indoctrinated by "some liberal college professor.
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By Julie Bell and Julie Bell,Sun reporter | September 22, 2005
Tulane University School of Medicine, chased from its New Orleans campus by Katrina, was scrambling to evacuate again yesterday as a second major hurricane bore down on its temporary quarters in Houston. "It's increased everyone's sense of humor," Tulane medical student Andrew Schutzbank said yesterday. "The joke is, if Rita comes, maybe we just weren't [meant] for medical school this year." Schutzbank is among a group of displaced Tulane deans and medical students frantically trying to salvage the school year with the help of borrowed offices, classrooms, materials and staff from Baylor College of Medicine and three other Texas institutions.
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By Liz F. Kay and Sam Sessa and Liz F. Kay and Sam Sessa,SUN STAFF | September 1, 2005
Eric White was supposed to start his first day of classes at Tulane University in New Orleans yesterday. Instead, the 19-year-old from Phoenix, Md., is headed back to Maryland to enroll in Johns Hopkins University as a visiting student. His sophomore year at Tulane is on hold for a semester. Others enrolled in colleges in the path of Hurricane Katrina - which hit the Gulf Coast just as classes were scheduled to resume - are following suit. Institutions around Maryland have fielded inquiries about transfers from families and students anxious not to let a natural disaster derail their college education.
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September 25, 2003
DANA EILEEN BUSHNELL, PhD, 44, formerly of Greytown Hills Rd., Cambridge Springs, PA and a resident of Beverly Health Care-Cambridge Springs for the past year, died there, Saturday, September 13, 2003. She was born November 8, 1958, in Los Angeles, CA, a daughter of William Eugene and Margaret Dorsey Bushnell. She married Brian P. Holtslaw in the spring of 1986 in New Orleans and he preceded her in death on October 8, 2002. She was professor in the Philosophy Dept. of Edinboro University in Pennsylvania for several years beginning in 1992.
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By DAN RODRICKS | November 17, 1997
In last Friday's column, I made an incorrect reference to Tulane University. It's not in Alabama, but Louisiana. The Southern institution I meant to mention was Auburn University, in Alabama. Sorry about that.Pub Date: 11/17/97
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By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1997
Adults in strange costumes escorting their inner child from door to door! Relationships ripped apart at the seams like an overstuffed bag of candy!Today, on Halloween eve, we examine twentysomething trick-or-treaters: Are they aging sociopaths desperately trying to cling to their childhoods, costumed candy addicts or frighteningly free spirits?Join us as we study this little-known disorder.A case studyJennifer Koerner is an otherwise normal 23-year-old assistant for marketing at Towson University.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 21, 2013
Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, a retired cardiologist who played an instrumental role in the establishment of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at St. Agnes Hospital, died Saturday from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime Timonium resident was 89. The son of a railroad conductor and a homemaker, Richard Joseph Bouchard was born and raised in Ogdenburg, N.Y., where he graduated in 1946 from St. Mary's High School. "His main interest was heart catheterization, and he was very good at it. His patients loved him and he was an extremely honorable man," said Dr. Ronald H. Gillilan, a semiretired cardiologist and director of the cardiac rehabilitation program at St. Agnes Hospital.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | August 1, 1993
Drew E. Baldwin, 17, "can't wait to leave" his home in Sykesville and begin the life of a college student.He sees chemistry, physics and graduate school in his future.The South Carroll High School graduate and National Merit scholar will be heading south to Tulane University in New Orleans this month."I liked Tulane's science program and the scholarship they offered me," he said.As far as he knows, he is the only Carroll resident planning to attend Tulane, a 160-year-old university with an enrollment of 6,500.
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