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  • Lafayette men's basketball schedule announced

     
    Lafayette men’s basketball coach Fran O’Hanlon is going to have a few challenges when camp opens up next month, the most obvious being able to find a post presence. Jared Mintz graduated. Jake Kreuser transferred. There are possibilities,...
  • Consumer bureau nominee Richard Cordray backed by 37 state AGs

     
    Richard Cordray: Attorneys general from 37 states and U.S. territories urged the Senate to confirm Richard Cordray to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau....
  • Browsing through a Lafayette-Fordham notebook

     
    Cleaning out the Lafayette-Fordham notebook before moving on to the meat of the Patriot League schedule. WIDE OPEN SPACES – Lafayette got wide receivers behind the Fordham secondary three times Saturday, and quarterback Andrew Shoop called that &#...
  • Obama taps ex-Treasury official, Harvard economist for Fed Board

     
    Barack Obama nominates Jerome H. (Jay) Powell and Jeremy C. Stein for Federal Reserve Board of Governors....
  • Influences: Pianist (and NPR host) Christopher O'Riley

     
    Christopher O’Riley, classical pianist and host of National Public Radio’s show “From the Top,” will be joined by cellist Matt Haimovitz at Cerritos Center. Here, Christopher O’Riley shares some of his influences....
  • Nazareth's Livermore living well at Farleigh Dickinson

     
    Former Nazareth girls basketball star and Morning Call All-Area player Erika Livermore is doing real well at Farleigh Dickinson. Here's a release we've received: Fairleigh Dickinson University freshman, Erika Livermore earned her fourth Choice Hotels...
  • Deficit-reduction numbers from the White House don't add up

     
    The Obama administration's proposed $3.8-trillion budget for fiscal 2013 claims to cut future deficits and debt by more than $3.5 trillion over the coming 10 years. That's not including about $1.7 trillion in savings from the spending restraints imposed...
  • Napoli vs Chelsea in Champions League, FA Cup and more soccer on tv

     
    Soccer News of the Week: * AC Milan firmly walloped Arsenal in Champions League play on Wednesday, defeating the Premier League side 4-0. Arsenal are close to an early exit from the tournament – they'll need to pull off a similar rout of their own...
  • Congrats to Jalen Cannon on another accolade

     
    Last year's Morning Call co-player of the year, Jalen Cannon, definitely made his mark in his first season at St. Francis of Brooklyn. According to a release that was sent to me, the freshman from Allen High School has been named to the Northeast...
  • Bonenberger, Livermore honored as rookies of the year in respective leagues

     
    Northampton grad and University of Pennsylvania freshman Kara Bonenberger (left) and Nazareth product and Fairleigh Dickinson freshman Erika Livermore (below, right) have been honored as rookies of the year in their respective leagues. Bonenberger is...
  • The Obama-Hu state dinner: Who made the guest list cut? No Salahis but a few Republicans sneaked in

     
    Famous names, many of them Asian, show up for the third state dinner hosted at the White House by the Obamas....
  • Central Catholic grad Kinsella earns NEC honor

     
    Central Catholic graduate Megan Kinsella was named Northeast Conference Scholar-Athlete of the year for women’s track & field. Kinsella, a junior distance runner at Mount St. Mary’s, has a 3.98 GPA as a communications major. She was second...