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firstname.lastname@example.orgOne day camp in Waynesboro this week is guaranteed to get the children’s clothes dirty. Twelve children are participating in the third annual archaeology camp through Little Antietam Creek Inc., a nonprofit organization focused on historical and...
J. Michael Hoffman was born July 25, 1944, in Hagerstown, Md. He departed this life at home in Colorado Springs, Colo., on July 24, 2012. Mike grew up in Hagerstown, graduating from North Hagerstown High School in 1962. He attended Franklin & Marshall...
The following area students recently were awarded Bachelor of Arts degrees from St. Mary’s College of Maryland: • Ryan Bass of Frederick, Md., graduated with a major in history. • Lauren Bennett of Frederick graduated with a major in...
Jefferson, Md., resident Jessy Schroeder, a senior at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, is getting hands-on anthropology experience this year. With help from Julia King, associate professor of anthropology, Schroeder is creating an exhibit on...
Susan Trail, a former assistant superintendent at Antietam National Battlefield, has been named the national park's new superintendent, according to a news release from the National Park Service. Trail, who has served for the past eight years as...
The following area students were awarded Bachelor of Arts degrees May 14 from St. Mary's College of Maryland. - Skylar Ann Bauer of Mount Airy, Md., graduated summa cum laude with a major in anthropology. Bauer also earned minors in philosophy and...
READER SUBMITTED: Copes Named To The Founding Faculty Of The Frank H. Netter MD School Of Medicine At QuinnipiacHamdenLynn E. Copes, of New Haven, has been appointed to the founding faculty of the Frank H. Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University. As an Assistant Professor of Medical Sciences, Copes will teach anatomy to students at Connecticut's newest...
"Good luck AP test takers" scrolled across Costa Mesa High School's electronic marquee Friday morning. At Newport-Mesa Unified high schools this week, Advanced Placement classes culminated with exams that will determine whether students receive college...
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Mmmm. Just look at that plump little cicada. Can you imagine plucking it off its leaf and popping it in your mouth? Too much? How about after it's flash fried with a little butter, garlic and sea salt? Face it, America. We're inch-worming our way closer...
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Archaeologists and forensic scientists working with human remains recovered at Historic Jamestowne last summer reported Wednesday that their follow-up studies have turned up the gruesome first physical evidence of the cannibalism that took place during...
The UCLA Center for the Study of Women will be presenting a symposium on the "Cultural Politics of Seeds" on May 17, as part of the Life (Un)Ltd project which explores the impact of recent developments in biotechnology and biosciences on feminist studies....
The early American settlers called it "the starving time," and accounts of the winter of 1609-1610 were so ghastly, and so morbid, that scholars weren't sure if the stories were true. George Percy, then president of the English settlement of Jamestown...
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