'Rational discrimination' rationalizes racism 'Negrophobia': The recent literature on African-Americans is dominated by myth-based fears.
St. John's in a whirl for 300th Birthday: Alumni and friends gather to celebrate tastefully a milestone year for that dignified and quiet college in Annapolis.
Would-be teachers learn by observing Experience: Before formal student teaching takes place, TSU juniors get a chance to know children and their learning patterns.
Avoiding the next race riot
M. Hamilton Whitman Sr., 82, Bethlehem Steel...
UM business school rises to 20th nationally
A reformer's refusal of silence Author: Chinese dissident Wang Xiaobo's novel was banned by authorities, but his influence is growing as he continues to write about the perils of nationalism and the need for political rebirth.
Housing Alliance's raffle offers chance for many to be winners
An overlooked choice Education: Rosa Parks Interfaith in Baltimore, with a majority of pupils non-Catholic and poor, offers an option often overlooked in talks about more competitive schools.
Neighbors in suffering Pressure: Schools Superintendent Walter G. Amprey of Baltimore can take solace in the fact that systems in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are also undergoing trying times.
New PositionsRonald Cooper to run Black &...
Roll out the honors for high school classes of '96
Nurses admit helping the ill die 1 in 5 in survey confess euthanasia; others are skeptical
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.
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.
Bliss Forbush Jr., 75, Friends School teacherBliss...
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Successful woman doesn't mince words No ducking: Pratt's Black History Month speaker, author Bebe Moore Campbell, dives right into the hot topics.
Books of the region: Holiday suggestions on many subjects
A doctor's tireless attempt to qualify as a surgeon Shock Trauma failed to check spotty past, lack of credentials
Hospitals face losses in subsidies for training Republicans press budget-cutting action; cuts of millions feared
50 Years Ago, a Man-Made Miracle Changed America
Parents' divorce may shorten kids' lives
Who Deserves to Get New Organs?
Genevieve G. TruterTeacher, volunteerGenevieve G. Truter, a...
Johnstown, Pa., leads nation in people who stayed put
Floyd N. SmithCar dealer, hotel ownerFloyd Newsome...
Virus mutation, nutrition linked in experiments
Hopkins picks chief physician
Patrick E. TranterLegal Aid lawyerPatrick E. Tranter,...
Poet Natasha Saje resists straitjacket of language
William M. LeeEngineering professorWilliam M. Lee, associate...
Test announced for early detection of Alzheimer's more trials awaited
Register of wills looks to continue tradition CAMPAIGN 1994
Approved drugs mixed to mimic the abortion pill
Amy Clampitt, 74, known for her dense,...
'Telemedicine' allows patients to get second opinions in just one visit
2nd Chesapeake Classic lands safely at Memorial
Evelyn Tanner announces bid for Gray's County Council seat
Mentor suit against NIMH leaves no clear winner
How We Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Nixon Well, at Least Not Hate Him
Frank W. Davis Jr.Insurance agentFrank W. Davis...
Lumpectomy still endorsed despite faked data in study
Breast cancer researcher gave false data for decade
James L. FryeDisability examinerJames L. Frye, a...
Our very own tyrant is ours to depose
Making Maryland 'the Therapeutic State'
After commuting two hours to work every...
3 cheers for the Oakland Mills High cheerleaders!
While Evans plays waiting game, Pitt gets ready for Coppin State