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It's Cal, crabs and colleges Students: About 100,000 students are returning to the area's 22 institutions of higher learning. And suddenly Baltimore is a college town.
High note for Guitar Society Music: Down and nearly out just a few years ago, the Baltimore organization is now presenting some of the world's very best guitarists.
The big magazine on campus Schools: Guides to higher education abound, but U.S. News and World Report's annual "America's Best Colleges" issue remains in a class by itself.
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Western Md. College master's program in teaching taps diverse backgrounds Degree attracts workers seeking career changes
Academic winners cheered 'Scholars Bowl': Upward Bound students from Baltimore city and county compete fiercely for honors in contest focusing on knowledge.
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No frills? More like threadbare Budget: In Superintendent Walter G. Amprey's proposed $654.2 million budget, classroom teachers are outnumbered.
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Adventist school sues state, alleging bias in denial of subsidy Rejection resulted from religious activities
Ronald M. Smedberg, 48, Baltimore police sergeantRonald...
Roll out the honors for high school classes of '96
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Western Md. graduates reminded to be kind TV's Bob Keeshan among speakers as five colleges hold ceremonies
'Follow a vision,' Bush tells graduates Former president speaks to Johns Hopkins class
Varying degrees of pride Academia: Honorary certificates are nice, but what do they get you?
Generations brought together by power of poetry and prose Seniors and teens share writings for TV program
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Eagles join Ravens, Raiders in pursuit of Jets tight end Mitchell
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Notre Dame selects interim president Baltimore native to lead the college for one year
New positionsHarbor Court promotes Renee LaneHarbor Court...
'American hero' in the hot seat Coleman Elementary: Principal Addie E. Johnson has won lavish praise from fellow educators and from a national magazine. State officials consider her school one of the worst in Maryland.
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College head's resignation followed faculty unrest Notre Dame changes sparked opposition
Notre Dame's president to leave Campus startled; Sister Rosemarie Nassif says it's time
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Humanities grants to Marylanders top $1 million Individuals, organizations will receive 12 awards
Graham Veale, architect of libraries, schools, at...
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These wise men come for big gifts Raising funds is critical business for colleges, universities
Sister Margaret Mary, 89, College of Notre Dame head
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1995 All-Metro girls soccer teams
Loyola's Doyle excels on field, in classroom
No justice, no peace
A lifetime of keeping the faith
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Pontiff is present for 100th birthday of College of Notre Dame of Maryland
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Fresh face at school to foster new ideas
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New curator joins historical society