Sexual assault is not merely a chance byproduct of an uninhibited, inebriated moment. Decades of research show that perpetrating sexual assault reflects a man’s beliefs about women at the time of the assault, regardless of whether alcohol is involved.
An autopsy was performed on Amy Metz on Jan. 25, 2016, by Dr. Meghan Kessler with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Baltimore. The autopsy report lists the cause of death as undetermined. The manner of death also was listed as undetermined.
My Mexican father applied to colleges in the United States in the late 1940s and was offered scholarships by the University of Arizona and by Western Reserve (now Case Western Reserve) in Cleveland. His father sat him down and drew a line from west to east across a map of the United States and said: "Below this line, they don't like Mexicans." It was a fateful moment.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon, among the nation's largest and most storied college fraternities, eliminated the controversial "pledging" process Sunday, saying new members once referred to as "pledges" immediately would be treated as fairly and equally as more senior brothers.
Mercedes C. Samborsky, an accomplished musician who changed careers later in life and became a lawyer whose specialty was family law, died Jan. 31 of heart failure at Franklin Square Medical Center. She was 84.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
'NBC Sunday Night Football' isn't just in a league of its own when it comes to NFL telecasts. Last night's broadcast of the Baltimore Ravens 13 to 10 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers was another gold-plated example of that truth.
Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, a Johns Hopkins University physics professor who advised his visiting academic colleagues where they should eat in Baltimore, died of an apparent heart attack July 26 at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C., after collapsing at Reagan National Airport. The Canton resident was 55.