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  • Terps shock UNC

    The Maryland Terrapins beat North Carolina on ESPN Classic on Friday night, the memorable Len Bias-led overtime victory from 22 years ago in a then-brand-new Dean Smith Center. It was the last time Maryland had upset a No. 1-ranked North Carolina team on...
  • Bel Air's Barnes in hospital

    Bel Air native and University of North Carolina swimmer Allison Barnes remained hospitalized yesterday after experiencing "some level of distress" during practice the day before, a university athletic spokesman said. Barnes, 19, swam for the same North...
  • All-Metro girls basketball: First team

    Breaira Barksdale City Knights coach George Petrides expects his 5-foot-6 senior guard to be a coach someday, because she acted as his coach on the floor this season. In the state final against previously unbeaten River Hill, Barksdale provided the...
  • Ex-Don Fitzgerald wants more at Wake

    Ex-Don Fitzgerald wants more at Wake
    During his four years playing goalie for the Loyola Dons, Akira Fitzgerald had just about as many compliments sent his way as shots. The three-time All-Metro standout - the area's Player of the Year as a senior in 2005 - was quick and agile, determined...
  • Terps Q&A with Heather A. Dinich

    Joe, Tacoma, Wash.: Given the Terps' poor season this year, should an NIT bid (if tendered) be accepted? Looking at the recruiting classes for 2006 and 2007, it doesn't appear things are going to get better anytime soon -- is this because top prospects...
  • Sun archives: Top prospect Adenhart to have elbow surgery

    Nick Adenhart, the Williamsport High pitcher who was expected to go within the first 10 picks in next month's amateur baseball draft, will undergo reconstructive ligament surgery on his right elbow after suffering an injury in his last start. Adenhart...
  • Money-smart kids: wisdom from our summer interns

    Every year at the end of the summer I take our Kiplinger interns out to lunch and ask them two general questions: What did you learn about personal finance during your time with us, and what advice would you give your fellow college students about...
  • U.S.: Non-allergic peanut moves closer to commercial reality

    U.S.: Non-allergic peanut moves closer to commercial reality
    A new method for removing allergens from peanuts means help could soon be on the way for the roughly 2.8 million Americans with a potentially life-threatening allergy to the popular food, the Departmenet of Agriculture said Tuesday. In a blog post,...
  • UCLA tops USC in college rankings, with Caltech in the top 10

    UCLA tops USC in college rankings, with Caltech in the top 10
    UCLA edged out USC in U.S. News & World Report's annual list of university rankings, and another local campus, Caltech, once again cracked the top 10 in the widely anticipated survey. In the list released Tuesday, UCLA placed 23rd, tied with the...
  • College officials study better policies for student-athletes

    WASHINGTON The Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics on Monday held a meeting that took a broad look at what might improve life for college athletes, everything from longer scholarships and extra academic support to care for concussions,...
  • Colleges reject charge that freshman reading lists have political bias

    Colleges reject charge that freshman reading lists have political bias
    Freshmen at colleges around the country for years have been assigned to read the same books as a way to bond at orientation and to encourage intellectual interactions rather than just social ones. But this year, some of the reading selections are coming...
  • In N.C., banks are a reliable source of campaign cash for Sen. Hagan

    WASHINGTON U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has received $962,000 since 2008 from employees and political action committees of industries under the jurisdiction of the Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee, on which she served for much of her first term....