The 5th annual U.S.E. Basketball Family Reunion is set for Sunday at Pikesville High School, featuring games from elementary to post-college and a panel discussion about how young girls can use basketball to achieve their dreams no matter what level they aspire to play.
Last month Montgomery College in Md. accidentally sent a text message warning of an active shooter to 9,000 cellphones. It was a false alarm, the latest example of human error triggering one of the most terrifying notifications a campus community could receive. Such mistakes put people in danger.
The Summer Meals Act, H.R. 1728, is a straightforward proposal that would support millions of American children in getting access to affordable, nutritious food over the summer months. Legislative action is needed now in order to prepare students, sponsors and state administrators for the summer of 2016.
Jordan Jones didn't plan on keeping the Charleston Southern coaches waiting. Before his official visit last weekend to the Big South Conference school, the Poly senior told the staff that he'd "give it two days to wait or commit" following his trip.
Johns Hopkins is among the last two U.S. medical schools using live animals to train students. Third-year medical students take part in a surgery clerkship in which live pigs are anesthetized and cut open before being killed. While this animal lab is technically voluntary, medical students everywhere face enormous pressure to impress their professors, so nearly all students take part in this disturbing exercise. I understand the pressure that medical students face when confronted with this
Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III returned to the practice field for the first time since dislocating his left ankle in Week 2 and looked "fine" while handling a limited workload, coach Jay Gruden said.