Advertisement
HomeCollectionsWheaton College
IN THE NEWS

Wheaton College

FIND MORE STORIES ABOUT:
FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1997
Aparna Wilder began playing field hockey because it was the only sport offered in the fifth grade at Park School, but her connection to the game runs deep.Field hockey is part of her heritage -- on both sides of the family.Her mother Rani Wilder grew up in Bombay where the game's popularity rivals that of football in this country. She started playing year-round as a third grader and once represented her state in India's junior national tournament.Her father's mother Marion Wilder was captain of a Wheaton College (Mass.
ARTICLES BY DATE
FEATURES
By Dave Rosenthal | February 6, 2012
It's hard to shock people with stories of JFK's womanizing, but a new tell-all book by Mimi Alford may just do that. Alford says she was just 19 when she started a White House internship and began a sexual affair with president John F. Kennedy. She details the allegations in "Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy. " She told NBC's Meredith Vieira that after her freshman year at Wheaton College she lost her virginity to the president in the first lady's bedroom.
Advertisement
NEWS
April 14, 1991
Services for Anna H. Howes, retired director of the Lower School at the Roland Park Country School, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in North Andover, Mass.Mrs. Howes, 86, died Wednesday at a nursing home in Andover, Mass.Born Anna Harraden in North Andover, she returned there about 20 years ago after retiring from the Baltimore school, where she had worked since 1954.Arthur W. Howes, who taught organ and religious music at the Peabody Conservatory, died in 1989.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
No other director has left his name on as many horror-movie touchstones as Wes Craven. From "The Last House on the Left" (1972) and "The Hills Have Eyes" (1977) to "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984) and "Scream" (1996), his American nightmares have spawned scores of film or TV follow-ups, spin-offs or remakes. His movies have engaged fresh crowds of collegiate audiences with each new filmgoing generation. His career is based on experiments in terror — the kind of filmmaking you'd think would come from "movie brats" who spent their youth hopping from theater to theater, in search of the next primal scream.
NEWS
August 1, 1993
U.S. Rep. Paul B. Henry, a Michigan Republican whose hard work and moderate views made him a rising star in the national GOP, died yesterday, nine months after being diagnosed with brain cancer. He was 51."He faced cancer without fear of death, and he and his family were inspirations to the thousands of people throughout the nation who became aware of his situation," said a statement released by his office. Mr. Henry died at his Grand Rapids Township home, the statement said.Mr. Henry, 51, died at his Grand Rapids Township home.
FEATURES
By Dave Rosenthal | February 6, 2012
It's hard to shock people with stories of JFK's womanizing, but a new tell-all book by Mimi Alford may just do that. Alford says she was just 19 when she started a White House internship and began a sexual affair with president John F. Kennedy. She details the allegations in "Once Upon a Secret: My Affair with President John F. Kennedy. " She told NBC's Meredith Vieira that after her freshman year at Wheaton College she lost her virginity to the president in the first lady's bedroom.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1998
Some of the area's best players, coaches and contributors to the game will be among the dozen men and women inducted into the U.S. Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame at its second annual banquet tomorrow night at the Hunt Valley Marriott.This year's class:Mary Bartel: A goalie at Perry Hall and Towson State, Bartel coached the Notre Dame Prep girls to the area's No. 1 ranking for part of the past two years. The 10-year U.S. team member also was an assistant coach for the U.S. developmental squad for four years.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | April 13, 2011
No other director has left his name on as many horror-movie touchstones as Wes Craven. From "The Last House on the Left" (1972) and "The Hills Have Eyes" (1977) to "A Nightmare on Elm Street" (1984) and "Scream" (1996), his American nightmares have spawned scores of film or TV follow-ups, spin-offs or remakes. His movies have engaged fresh crowds of collegiate audiences with each new filmgoing generation. His career is based on experiments in terror — the kind of filmmaking you'd think would come from "movie brats" who spent their youth hopping from theater to theater, in search of the next primal scream.
NEWS
By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2000
It's the winter holidays, which, of course, means mistletoe, menorahs, Magi and THE COLLEGE ESSAY. Yes, the college essay, staple of the college admissions application, bane of the high school senior. The application deadline for most colleges is Tuesday, meaning that hundreds of thousands of 17- and 18-year-olds across the land are hunched over keyboards polishing their essays - or perhaps - gulp! - just starting them. This is not a festive period for many teen-agers. "This represents an absolute panic-filled time for our youngsters," says David Gibson, college counselor at City College.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 21, 1999
WHEATON, Ill. -- Junior Joe Jerele's goal lifted Wheaton College into the final four and coach Joe Bean to his 500th career win, as the Crusaders defeated Salisbury State, 1-0, yesterday in an NCAA Division III men's soccer quarterfinal.Bean is the third men's soccer coach and the only Division III coach in NCAA history to win 500 games.Jerele scored the game-winner 29: 43 into the first half."We didn't clear the ball cleanly," Sea Gulls coach Gerry DiBartolo said of Jerele's goal. "The longer it stays in the box, anything can happen."
NEWS
By Michael Ollove and Michael Ollove,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2000
It's the winter holidays, which, of course, means mistletoe, menorahs, Magi and THE COLLEGE ESSAY. Yes, the college essay, staple of the college admissions application, bane of the high school senior. The application deadline for most colleges is Tuesday, meaning that hundreds of thousands of 17- and 18-year-olds across the land are hunched over keyboards polishing their essays - or perhaps - gulp! - just starting them. This is not a festive period for many teen-agers. "This represents an absolute panic-filled time for our youngsters," says David Gibson, college counselor at City College.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | February 5, 1998
Some of the area's best players, coaches and contributors to the game will be among the dozen men and women inducted into the U.S. Lacrosse Greater Baltimore Chapter Hall of Fame at its second annual banquet tomorrow night at the Hunt Valley Marriott.This year's class:Mary Bartel: A goalie at Perry Hall and Towson State, Bartel coached the Notre Dame Prep girls to the area's No. 1 ranking for part of the past two years. The 10-year U.S. team member also was an assistant coach for the U.S. developmental squad for four years.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1997
Aparna Wilder began playing field hockey because it was the only sport offered in the fifth grade at Park School, but her connection to the game runs deep.Field hockey is part of her heritage -- on both sides of the family.Her mother Rani Wilder grew up in Bombay where the game's popularity rivals that of football in this country. She started playing year-round as a third grader and once represented her state in India's junior national tournament.Her father's mother Marion Wilder was captain of a Wheaton College (Mass.
NEWS
August 1, 1993
U.S. Rep. Paul B. Henry, a Michigan Republican whose hard work and moderate views made him a rising star in the national GOP, died yesterday, nine months after being diagnosed with brain cancer. He was 51."He faced cancer without fear of death, and he and his family were inspirations to the thousands of people throughout the nation who became aware of his situation," said a statement released by his office. Mr. Henry died at his Grand Rapids Township home, the statement said.Mr. Henry, 51, died at his Grand Rapids Township home.
NEWS
April 14, 1991
Services for Anna H. Howes, retired director of the Lower School at the Roland Park Country School, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's Episcopal Church in North Andover, Mass.Mrs. Howes, 86, died Wednesday at a nursing home in Andover, Mass.Born Anna Harraden in North Andover, she returned there about 20 years ago after retiring from the Baltimore school, where she had worked since 1954.Arthur W. Howes, who taught organ and religious music at the Peabody Conservatory, died in 1989.
NEWS
September 7, 1993
Louise Franklin named to Fairhaven positionJames I. Melhorn, president and chief executive officer of Episcopal Ministries to the Aging, Inc., has announced the appointment of Louise M. Franklin as director of nursing at Fairhaven, a residential retirement community in Sykesville.Mrs. Franklin was previously a supervisor at Montgomery General Hospital. She is now responsible for the coordination of care for residents of Fairhaven's 119-bed health care center and overseeing the ambulatory care center, the medical clinic where more than 80 specialists provide the residents of Fairhaven's 277 apartments and cottages with medical services.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY | January 12, 2009
Ann Healey Oglesby, a retired private school admissions director, died of cancer Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center. The Harbor East resident was 62. She had suffered from carcinoid carcinoma, said her husband of 35 years, Dr. Thomas J. Oglesby, a psychiatrist. Born Ann Healey in Baltimore and raised on Old Court Road in Brooklandville, she attended Garrison Forest School and graduated from the Marymount School in Richmond, Va. She earned an English degree from Wheaton College in Norton, Mass.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.