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  • Looking at the connection of sports to writing

    Looking at the connection of sports to writing
    It appears, friends, that I will only be writing a few more of these columns. In order to start another career in the world of academia, I will have to leave my post with The Aegis at the end of next week, meaning this installment will be my second to last. It is very strange to see that spelled out, for more reasons than I can relate in 600 words, or 6,000 for that matter.
  • Carver senior wins national art award

    Carver senior wins national art award
    Like many artists before her, Lisa Su has found inspiration from the intricate patterns and textures found in nature: the red seeds from the inside of a pomegranate, barnacles adhering to a rock. Yet the materials she uses are not beautiful or intricate....

    Havre de Grace High's SMILES service group is no more

    Havre de Grace High's SMILES service group is no more
    The service group SMILES, for Service Makes an Individual's Life Extra Special, provided opportunities for Havre de Grace High School students to serve their community for 29 years and served as the model of Maryland's high school service credit...

    Westminster under attack, or, when bugs bugged us [Eagle Archive]

    Westminster under attack, or, when bugs bugged us [Eagle Archive]
    On June 27, 1895, a local newspaper at the time, the American Sentinel, reported that Westminster was under attack by bugs. "(An) invasion from myriads of insects of the beetle species, which night after night swarmed about the electric arc lights on...

    When hot weather opens Harford's skull [Editorial]

    Truman Capote, who pioneered the literary genre of the nonfiction novel with his landmark work "In Cold Blood," observed the weather's potential for provoking from civilized settlements the most simian of instincts. In his posthumously published "Summer...