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August 22, 2004
Eisa Nefertari Ulen and Ralph Everett Richardson, Jr. were joined in marriage on July 5, 2004 at the Elkridge Furnace Inn. Erica Powell, the bride's aunt, was the Maid of Honor and Anthony Richardson, Esq., the groom's brother, was Best Man. The bride, a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and Columbia University, is a member of the English Dept. faculty at Hunter College of the City University of New York and a published writer. The groom is a graduate of Widener University and an independent film maker.
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September 18, 2013
SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY: Rye McKenzie of Bel Air, was awarded an assistantship at Susquehanna University for the 2013–14 academic year. Assistantships are competitive, merit-based scholarships. Recipients gain professional work experience, which increases their skills and responsibility in a specific field of interest, by working closely with a faculty or administrative staff member throughout their years at Susquehanna. ALVERNIA UNIVERSITY: The following local students have enrolled at Alvernia University, beginning this fall semester: Courtney Wilson, of Bel Air, a nursing major who graduated from John Carroll School, and Ashley Beyer, of Churchville, a communication major who graduated from John Carroll School.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2012
Arundel senior David Nicholson, an All-Metro second team guard who averaged 18.1 points this past season, has committed to Widener University. A three-year varsity player, Nicholson averaged four rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.5 steals as the Wildcats (24-2) captured the Anne Arundel County and District V championships. For more on Nicholson, read the Q&A we did with him during the season .
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2012
Arundel senior David Nicholson, an All-Metro second team guard who averaged 18.1 points this past season, has committed to Widener University. A three-year varsity player, Nicholson averaged four rebounds, 2.4 assists and 2.5 steals as the Wildcats (24-2) captured the Anne Arundel County and District V championships. For more on Nicholson, read the Q&A we did with him during the season .
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September 18, 2013
SUSQUEHANNA UNIVERSITY: Rye McKenzie of Bel Air, was awarded an assistantship at Susquehanna University for the 2013–14 academic year. Assistantships are competitive, merit-based scholarships. Recipients gain professional work experience, which increases their skills and responsibility in a specific field of interest, by working closely with a faculty or administrative staff member throughout their years at Susquehanna. ALVERNIA UNIVERSITY: The following local students have enrolled at Alvernia University, beginning this fall semester: Courtney Wilson, of Bel Air, a nursing major who graduated from John Carroll School, and Ashley Beyer, of Churchville, a communication major who graduated from John Carroll School.
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February 18, 1993
Johns Hopkins University clinched the Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast League championship with a 57-52 overtime win over Widener University here last night.Center Lou Sabad scored 10 of his 16 points and grabbed five of his seven rebounds in the first half as the Blue Jays (18-5, 9-0) won their 12th straight game.Widener (13-10, 7-2) used its active zone defense to come back in the second half.Guard John Alligretti came off the bench to make a key steal with Hopkins down three late in the second half.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | April 28, 1993
College: Love it or leave it.Among college students, if unhappiness hits, the solution often is to transfer.Diana Szalai and John Chapman did. So did 300 students now at the University of Pennsylvania, 2,500 at Rutgers and 500 at Drexel.All made the switch this academic year from one college to another.Ms. Szalai is a junior at Bryn Mawr College -- her fourth school in five years. Mr. Chapman, a Widener University sophomore, was at Stetson University in Florida last year.About half of the students now in line to graduate from college started at a different school, according to Michael Mahoney, director of admissions at Widener University in Chester, Pa., where 40 percent of the students are transfers.
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December 6, 1990
Edge at line sends Hopkins past Widener for 63-56 winJohns Hopkins (4-4, 1-0) took advantage of a lopsided advantage at the foul line to put down visiting Widener University (3-3, 0-1) in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game at the Newton White Athletic Center last night, 63-56.Hopkins shot 50 percent from the field to 36 for Widener, but five more field goals by the Pioneers were more than offset by a 17-point margin at the foul line. Eric Hastings made 15 of 18 chances in helping the Blue Jays finish 21-for-25 to 4-for-9 for Widener.
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May 24, 2006
Kevin Fisher, Bel Air SPORT BASEBALL BOYS STATS -- Fisher, a senior shortstop, finished the season with a .400 batting average with eight extra-base hits, 14 runs scored and 12 stolen bases. SIDELINES -- A wide receiver on the football team, Fisher had 34 receptions for a school-record 700 receiving yards last fall. He also returned punts and kickoffs and played cornerback, finishing the season with 1,595 total yards. He belongs to the Varsity Club and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
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July 29, 2004
On July 12, 2004, G. VERNER SMITH, 73 of Spring Hill, FL. Mr. Smith was born in Chester, PA. He was a graduate of PMC (now Widener University). He came to Spring Hill from Towson, MD, where he worked as a Sales Rep for Carey Machinery & Supply Company. He founded Verco Inc., a material handling installation company and also built several houses. He is survived by his wife, Joan Leet Smith of Spring Hill, a daughter, Stacy S. Faulkner of East Grant Rapids, MI, and two sons, V. Scott Smith of Longwood, FL, and Spencer L. Smith of Radford, VA. He is also survived by seven grandchildren, a brother W. Lehman Smith of Hancock, NH. The family request memorial gifts be sent to Save the Manatee Club, 500 N. Maitland Avenue, Maitland, FL, 32751.
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August 22, 2004
Eisa Nefertari Ulen and Ralph Everett Richardson, Jr. were joined in marriage on July 5, 2004 at the Elkridge Furnace Inn. Erica Powell, the bride's aunt, was the Maid of Honor and Anthony Richardson, Esq., the groom's brother, was Best Man. The bride, a graduate of Sarah Lawrence College and Columbia University, is a member of the English Dept. faculty at Hunter College of the City University of New York and a published writer. The groom is a graduate of Widener University and an independent film maker.
FEATURES
By Knight-Ridder News Service | April 28, 1993
College: Love it or leave it.Among college students, if unhappiness hits, the solution often is to transfer.Diana Szalai and John Chapman did. So did 300 students now at the University of Pennsylvania, 2,500 at Rutgers and 500 at Drexel.All made the switch this academic year from one college to another.Ms. Szalai is a junior at Bryn Mawr College -- her fourth school in five years. Mr. Chapman, a Widener University sophomore, was at Stetson University in Florida last year.About half of the students now in line to graduate from college started at a different school, according to Michael Mahoney, director of admissions at Widener University in Chester, Pa., where 40 percent of the students are transfers.
SPORTS
February 18, 1993
Johns Hopkins University clinched the Middle Atlantic Conference Southeast League championship with a 57-52 overtime win over Widener University here last night.Center Lou Sabad scored 10 of his 16 points and grabbed five of his seven rebounds in the first half as the Blue Jays (18-5, 9-0) won their 12th straight game.Widener (13-10, 7-2) used its active zone defense to come back in the second half.Guard John Alligretti came off the bench to make a key steal with Hopkins down three late in the second half.
SPORTS
December 6, 1990
Edge at line sends Hopkins past Widener for 63-56 winJohns Hopkins (4-4, 1-0) took advantage of a lopsided advantage at the foul line to put down visiting Widener University (3-3, 0-1) in a Middle Atlantic Conference-Southeast game at the Newton White Athletic Center last night, 63-56.Hopkins shot 50 percent from the field to 36 for Widener, but five more field goals by the Pioneers were more than offset by a 17-point margin at the foul line. Eric Hastings made 15 of 18 chances in helping the Blue Jays finish 21-for-25 to 4-for-9 for Widener.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2012
Charles B. "Charlie" Elder Jr., a retired dispatcher who enjoyed collecting Christmas ornaments, died Saturday of multiple organ failure at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Hydes resident was 44. Charles Bailey Elder Jr., who was born in Baltimore and raised in Hydes, graduated in 1986 from Dulaney High School. In his youth, he had been active in the Boy Scouts. Mr. Elder attended Widener University in Chester, Pa., and had worked for 15 years as a dispatcher in the Cockeysville office of Alarm Watch, a security company, until last year.
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