Writer's novel idea omits bashing of black males
Nurses admit helping the ill die 1 in 5 in survey confess euthanasia; others are skeptical
Local banker to be leader of Nasdaq Alfred Berkeley of Alex. Brown named president; To take over job in June; No. 2 stock market is under pressure to adopt reforms
MARYLAND POLITICS Rising stars; New blood: These are some of the people age 40 or younger who are making names for themselves.
Ethics insurance at $3,200 a week Whitewater counsel's adviser assumes a larger role in probe
A new leader for Johns Hopkins William R. Brody: Engineer, M.D., takes on challenges of university and medicine.
Washington grieves over loss of Brown Clinton, colleagues remember a friend at memorial service
Peter P. T. Merani, 62, political science...
Making the grade at Johns Hopkins Admissions: 16-month process whittles 8,503 applicants to 3,450 students offered places in the Class of 2000
View of legal system better with women in high places
Surgical strategy Growth at UM: Last year, organ transplants at the University of Maryland Medical System rose 69 percent. But the increase, in Maryland and throughout the nation, raises some difficult questions.
Young lives, big impact 'This works': The Big Brother, Big Sister program has helped many children from single-parent households, but many others are on a waiting list because of a shortage of volunteers.
Whither English topic of talk series Speaking out: Hopkins has eight language luminaries lined up to lecture on the laxities, latitude and lineage of English, American-style.
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Locking Out Violence Analysis: Is the television industry really ready to monitor itself, or is Washington about to give Fox and other networks the keys to the hen house?
William J. Burkhead, 84, former state delegateWilliam...
Computer age had clumsy start Electronic era: Born 50 years ago, the ancestor of today's PCs and calculators was slow, unreliable and weighed 30 tons.
Free speech faces hostile environment An aggressive hunt for sex harassment leaves plenty of wreckage
$250,000 bonus given to ex-Hopkins leader Richardson left university in June to head foundation
TV faces its own facts on violence 'Mean world': It's been reported for years. Now the industry finds out for itself that programming causes real harm. It can no longer ignore the data.
USAir names new president and vice president Both have worked with new chairman
Md. blazing trail with diploma tests College-prep exams to be required of high school students; Other nations leading U.S.; Goals are high, but territory is uncharted
Looking at Nubia in terms of itself Art review: In Egypt's shadow through much of its history, the land to the south had a distinctive culture and produced an important artistic legacy.
An immersion in campus life 'Number one pitchman': UMBC president invests his own identity in his campus and particularly its students.
Of lions, crocodiles and baboons
New positionsShugars appointed by Comcast CableComcast Cable...
Tabletop glory beckons students Winning form: Two Bowie State undergrads hope they can flick their paper footballs all the way to the Super Bowl.
Gasoline tax to pay for snow removalAs...
Edward D. Lustbader, 49, helped identify virusEdward...
Slaying by police stuns kin of victim Woman, 64, who was shot was mentally ill, former husband says
Flozella Eleanor Riddle Clark, 75, civil rights activist She headed Family and Children's Society, then worked in real estate
British scientists find protein that tells brain it's time to stop eating Substance offers promise in treating human obesity
New positionsCaudill takes new post at Admiral...
Harry F. Walker, 69, active on aging...
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Harry A. Love, 87, Maryland horse breederHarry...
A life story, in 500 words or less A torturous procedure: The self-revealing essay is unquestionably the hardest part of filling out a college application, according to this high school senior.
Terps and MBAs Improved program: The University of Maryland's revamped MBA program has been revamped, and improved, under the direction of former business executive William E. Mayer.
A survivor, an optimist, a giver Carroll County: The late Eva Salomon made vital contributions to Springfield Hospital.
Proposed regulation of fertility clinics raises questions Many fear government will intrude too far
Slave cabin is study in freedom Surviving site: Archaeologists find evidence of alterations at Sotterley Plantation, which emerges as a chronicle of the postwar changes blacks made.
Baby boomers one day may lack kin who care Stepping in: The smaller, often fractured biological families of today's baby boomers may not be there for them in their old age, but their stepchildren might be.
Charles Frank, 80, career Army officer
Professor picked to lead Md. education group
Auerbach's 'Vampires': Scholarship and politics
Showcase for education in science at WMC
Research links gene to nearly all breast cancers Finding may help improve treatment
UM law school ranked as a good place for women Class and faculty representation cited
Valuation in HMO plan is debated Should price reflect future profits or their current status?