'A GOOD SORT OF BUSY'
Congressman thinks colleges should pay athletes
Banks successful in limiting federal lending to students
A musician and mother at war - with herself
Mom's no-soda-for-breakfast rule is broken
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Defense post could be test of CIA skills
NCAA issues warning on burgeoning budgets
GETTING BLACK MEN & WOMEN IN SYNC
McCarthy wants a shot at Schaefer
Getting involved to ensure charitable giving does good
Hopkins pioneer in gender identity
Getting into giving it away
Eight days of summer surrounded by music
Forging ahead with a passion for learning
BUSSEY, EVA L. (GRAY)
U.S. judge is asked to order housing for poor in suburbs
Molding Young Artisits
Palestinian university owes much to Hamas
Cuts in support by government and corporations present nonprofits with money-raising challenges
Music and math come naturally to Cerovsek
Reorganization deja vu Schools: The central administration of the city system is going through its 16th reshuffling since 1971. Getting 'fired' has become more of a nuisance than being as bad as it may sound.
1997 All-Metro baseball teams
1997 All-Baltimore City/County baseball team
High price of shelf space Competition: The heavy demand for grocery store shelf space has manufacturers paying retailers "slotting allowances" to guarantee their products are adequately displayed to consumers.
Stock-picking whiz Renown: Eddie Brown, president of Baltimore-based Brown Capital Management Inc., has a national reputation as a money manager who picks winning stocks.
Dr. Ray R. Ehrensberger, 92, founder and chancellor of University College
Robert Irsay, Colts owner, dies at 73 Controversial figure broke fans' hearts, moving team to Ind.
Donald E. Brown: The place of death...
Alexander Sidorowicz, dean of TSU College of Fine Arts, Communication
Winter break now no time to brake January courses offer enrichment, catch-up
The gift of books: 25 voices
Balto. Co. library director picked for business acumen Education background lifted Jim Fish of San Jose over two other candidates
A Soldier's Disgrace He was an officer unwilling to die for his country. He was a black man in a Jim Crow army. And while time has not altered its verdict of cowardice for Leon Gilbert, perhaps history should.
Name game: Everyone's playing Serious business: Ego, tradition and turf wars all play a part in the game of name changes so popular among colleges and universities.
TRUE TO HER CONVICTIONS Five years ago, Janice Chandler gave up a chance at music fame because of her religious beliefs. Today, she is again poised on the threshold of a brilliant career, with her principles intact.
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