- Composer and Peabody Institute faculty members Michael Hersch is the recipient of the 2017 President’s Frontier Award from Johns Hopkins University.
I conducted a poll among some of my friends, all young professional women of color, to see how many of them planned to attend the Women'sTotal enrollment at Capitol Technology University in South Laurel remains under 1,000 students, but is expected to increase by double digits in the next few years. University president Michael Wood said on-campus housing is available for 200 students, while an additional 80 students are housed off-campus at the Towers at University Town Center in Hyattsville.
Much as the Parisian bourgeoisie of the late-19th century lived in an era of the novel, we are living in an era of the rock 'n' roll memoir. In the pGlenelg wrestling defeated Mt. Hebron wrestling 51-18 to clinch at least a share of second straight Howard County wrestling dual meet title on January 17, 2017.Dunbar put everything together and crowned a tournament-high four champions to win the Warpath Invitational at Franklin High School with 171.5 points.Wilde Lake senior linebacker Tyrell Barnes named Howard County football Defensive Player of the Year to headline Howard County football defense all-county teamsGlenelg sophomore running back Wande Owens named Howard County football Offensive Player of the Year to headline Howard County football offense all-county teamsDavid Lee Bollinger, an advertising executive and carpenter known as a "renaissance man" with a wide range of artistic and musical talents, died of lung cancer Dec. 16. He was 62.The Blast allowed three straight goals spanning the end of the third quarter and early in the fourth in a 7-4 loss to the host Harrisburg Heat on Friday night in a Major Arena Soccer League Eastern Division game.Before Michael ever saw the inside of juvenile lockup, caseworkers recommended he be sent home. The 13-year-old came from a stable, two-parent home in Columbia. He watched over his three younger siblings, did chores around the house, and enjoyed playing in his youth football league.The nation's consensus No. 1 team dominated the competition in its first appearance in the event with 10 champions and 354 points, 161.5 more than the runner-up and defending champion Gaels. The Bucs, who are two-time defending National Preps tournament champions, had 13 place-winners and all 10 of their finalists won.The circumstances in Catherine Becket's case underscore a number of shortcomings and inconsistencies in how police departments across Maryland handle rape cases, a Baltimore Sun investigation has found. Evidence has been destroyed in hundreds of cases, complaints are discarded at a high rate, police policies and procedures vary widely between jurisdictions, and victim advocates say Maryland's law creates confusion about when cases can proceed.Randallstown singer Joe Maye, best known as the contestant on NBC¿s singing reality TV show ¿The Voice,¿ that wowed and then dueted with judge and singer Christina Aguilera during this season's blind auditions, has made it to another round, beating out his counterpart and teammate Ayanna Jahneé in a singing battle last night.This week 22 years ago, "Angels in America" wins big at the Tony Awards, Cleveland broke ground on the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Prince changed his name to a symbol and the following songs were the most popular in the U.S., according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.This week 17 years ago, singer George Michael reveals he is gay during a CNN interview, the cast of "Seinfeld" filmed the series' final episodes (which aired in May), "City of Angels" topped the box office and the following songs were the most popular in the United States, according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.This week 28 years ago, 93,173 people attended Wrestlemania III, Vincent Van Gogh's "Sunflowers" sold for the equivalent of $39.7 million, Bruce Willis' "Blind Date" was No. 1 at the box office, and the following songs were the most popular in the U.S., according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
This week 30 years ago, Cherry Coke was introduced in cans and bottles, the largest NBA crowd to date (44,970) was recorded during an Atlanta vs. Detroit game, "Beverly Hills Cop" was tops at the box office and the following songs were the most popular in the U.S., according to Billboard's Hot 100 chart archive.