Maryland can’t claim the fleet-fingered 14-year-old named Lucas Etter. But when he broke a world record, we’re glad he did it here. Read More →
Calling it “one of the most innovative approaches to education that I have seen in some time,” Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that he wants Maryland to partner with IBM to open four hybrid high school-early college vocational programs in the state, two of which would operate in Baltimore City. Read More →
The Friends School Parents Association welcomes the Baltimore community to the 30th annual Holly Fest Artisan Market and Holiday Fair today from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the gym at Friends School, 5114 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21210. Admission is free. Read More →
Once again, a group of student protesters were successful in getting a university higher-up to agree to their demands. This time, the protest happened at Towson University. Read More →
The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland announced the naming of the the Charles T. Bauer Student Commons. Read More →
As the search for a missing student continues, Washington College students won’t be able to get on campus for the next week-and-a-half. Officials decided to close their campus through Thanksgiving break. Read More →
There are still 30-plus games to go in No. 3 Maryland’s hyper-anticipated college basketball season. Many of them may even prove bigger than the Terps’ Nov. 17 tilt with Georgetown, an electrifying 75-71 Maryland win that somehow lived up to a deafening hype borne out of two DMV powers renewing their natural rivalry. Read More →
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