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UC Irvine is home to a new $12.5-million research center funded by chip makerIntel Corp., the company announced Tuesday. The center, named the Intel Science and Technology Center for Social Computing, applies social science and the humanities to the...
We have once again entered the college commencement season, which means we'll soon be reading about uplifting graduation speeches delivered by prominent Americans. Or at least by prominent liberal Americans. It's becoming increasingly apparent that...
Nittany LinesAs his nearly 30-minute session Wednesday with reporters dragged on, Bill O'Brien went from angry to impatient. "How many more questions?" he asked the conference call's moderator. "Six," was the response. "Six?' O'Brien asked. "How about three." That was...
Pat Haden took on a challenging job when he was hired to oversee a USC athletic program that had been hit hard with NCAA sanctions. The private school rewarded him by making him one of the nation's most highly compensated athletic directors. Haden...
CORAL GABLES — The Miami women's tennis team won its first ACC title on April 28. Now, the Hurricanes aim to make more history. UM, ranked No. 6 in the country, will open its run for its first national title when the NCAA regional begins Friday...
As Terrell Lewis receives more college-football scholarship offers, each one starts to fill him with a little more pride. At first, it was more about braggadocio; an ego boost, if you will. It was also an arrival of sorts, meaning someone finally...
Consider the baby sea turtle: Just a few inches long, it emerges from its sandy nest and, using the moon as its compass, runs down the sandy beach away from its many predators and into the relative safety of the ocean surf. The faster these little...
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Baltimore Sun reporter Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Is the Atlantic Coast Conference being vindictive with Maryland regarding its basketball schedule for its final season?...
Late Monday mornings are usually reserved for work. You know, jobs, parenthood, errands. But when David Glenn, publisher of the ACC Sports Journal, tweeted that the conference’s 15 current and future members had agreed to a media grant of rights,...
ACC commissioner John Swofford was portrayed as a modern-day Nero at the fiddle. The conference’s presidents were mocked for their joint statement of solidarity. No matter what Swofford did or CEOs said, the ACC was on life support. The Big...
There was a time, not too long ago, when the NFL draft wasn't on Corey Fuller's radar. Without a football scholarship offer during his senior year at Woodlawn, Fuller went to Kansas to run track and compete in the triple jump. After two years there,...
At last check, ACC assistant football coaches are not subject to term limits, but as teams went through spring practice last month and this, the turnover among staff was striking. Barring additional changes, 40.5 percent of full-time ACC assistants,...
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