Friday Jul 25
Religion News Service
COMMENTARY: Obscure no more, world's first woman rabbi receives recognition
The once obscure life and career of Regina Jonas , the world's first woman rabbi, was honored on Thursday at an international gathering of rabbis and lay people at Terezin, the Nazi concentration camp that is better known by its German name , located near Prague in the Czech Republic.
The Newtown Bee
A Summer Adventure To Gambia
Katelyn Kean of Newtown, right, with Rosie Hammak, left, and Anna Passaniti, top right, worked together at one of two archeology sites in the Republic of the Gambia this summer.
Leonard Brown | St. Mary's College of Maryland
St. Mary's College of Maryland has selected Leonard Brown as dean of students. Brown previously was dean of students and associate vice president for student development at Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pa.
All About Jazz
EVENT: Stephanie Jordan Performs with Chesapeake Orchestra for July 4 River Concert Series
Jazz vocalist Stephanie Jordan is scheduled to perform with the Chesapeake Orchestra at St. Mary's College of Maryland, Leonardtown, Maryland on Friday, July 4, 2014 at 7:00 PM.
The Washington Post
McCartney: Anthony Brown wins Md. Democratic nod with shrewd but gutless campaign
"Cautious" and "shrewd" are two words that fairly describe Maryland Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's wildly successful campaign strategy for winning the Democratic gubernatorial nomination.