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  • Baltimore community college president to step down next summer

    Baltimore community college president to step down next summer

    Baltimore City Community College President and CEO Gordon F. May plans to retire next summer after four years leading the institution, the college announced Friday. “It has been the opportunity of my lifetime to serve the citizens of Baltimore City and our state in restoring the promise of community...

  • Maryland universities vow to defend 'dreamers' on campus

    Maryland universities vow to defend 'dreamers' on campus

    Since President Donald Trump announced an end to protections for immigrants brought to the United States as children on Tuesday, several Maryland universities have begun pushing back and pledging to explore ways to protect “dreamers” on their campuses. That includes not only advocacy for a legal...

  • Maryland AG announces $400,000 judgment against Sojourner-Douglass College

    Maryland AG announces $400,000 judgment against Sojourner-Douglass College

    Maryland’s attorney general announced Wednesday a $400,000 judgment against Sojourner-Douglass College, Inc., which closed in 2015 after a series of fiscal and other management problems. Attorney General Brian E. Frosh said in a statement that the consent judgment was part of a settlement agreement...

  • University of Maryland band nixes Confederate state song, could lawmakers be next?

    University of Maryland band nixes Confederate state song, could lawmakers be next?

    The University of Maryland marching band said Monday it would drop its longtime practice of playing the state song before football games. “Maryland, My Maryland” — set to the tune of the Christmas carol “O Tannenbaum” — is the latest pro-Confederacy expression to come under fire in Maryland in...

  • Johns Hopkins freshmen explore Baltimore

    Johns Hopkins freshmen explore Baltimore

    The group of incoming Johns Hopkins University freshmen, all from different parts of the country, listened as a tour guide gave them the rundown on Oriole Park at Camden Yards. They learned that all 983 windows at the old B&O Railroad Warehouse had to be replaced and all 3.5 million bricks on the...

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