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Brilliant is as brilliant does A high I.Q. is no excuse for disgusting conduct
'Becketteers' are a hit in France In Strasbourg: Maryland Stage Company, one of two American troupes chosen to work at Beckett festival, produces three difficult works by the Irish playwright.
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Berkeley recalls little about bomb suspect Assistant professor left few traces in 1969 when he abruptly quit TTC
Neighbors describe Kaczynski as a hermit People in his town say he was quiet but never aroused any suspicion
Unabomber suspect is detained in Montana Tips from relatives lead to ex-professor; no charges filed
Studying women at midlife Health: Large-scale project aims to throw light on area that has attracted little research so far: what happens as the female body ages.
Retooling statistics to build new base Michael Conte tries to put Towson State on economics map; 'We have the horses'; Campus institute would supply data to regional, national policy-makers; Economics
Economist starting new index at Towson University getting staff from UB to form forecasting system; Academics
Traditional American family is returning, report says Sociologists challenge research group's findings
Youths' marijuana use still going up after long decline, study says Parents called ignorant of use by their children
Free speech faces hostile environment An aggressive hunt for sex harassment leaves plenty of wreckage
Power Play Look homeward: David Cordish relishes the challenge of a project in his own city.
Farewell to Brodsky, 'modern philosopher' Appreciation: Brilliant poet will be remembered clearly as teacher, defender of language and enemy of elitism.
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Dean of med school resigns at Hopkins Dr. Johns to oversee health system created by Emory University
Class-action suits make for a medical nightmare
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Saying no to Animal House Substance-free dorms: At UM and across the nation, more students are choosing living quarters free of alcohol and tobacco
Student drug abuse, alcohol use on the rise They're starting younger and using more often, statewide survey shows
More are leaving town, keeping the job
Confidence among consumers seen as re-election indicator
2 engineers sue to end secrecy in grant application reviews
Doctors should sell good eating habits, not supplements, to patients
Hopkins Hospital is nation's best 5th year in a row
Gingrich, Generation X meet on MTV
Hopkins Hospital wins top rating for fifth year
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Several local universities affected by $128 million loss by Common Fund
With each juror removed from the OJ panel, America's faith in the system takes a hit A Jury of Our Fears
Colleges as farm teams
Worldwide genetic study supports African Eve theory, points to a few Adams
Amgen's work on blood hormone keys turnaround
Senior excels at Randallstown High
Deregulate Higher Education
J. C. Geyer, waste treatment expert
Michigan coach Moeller resigns
2 defense psychologists in sex case question validity of repressed memory
Sorry, Arnold, nice guys finish first with women, study shows
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