Students and faculty of Hood College are leading a ceremonial “March on Frederick” to mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
Last Monday was bittersweet for Ron Volpe, president of Hood College.
Hood College President Ronald Volpe says he’s stepping down after leading the private, liberal-arts school in Frederick through 14 years of change and growth.
Four Maryland private colleges are announcing gifts totaling $10 million from the Delaware-based Hodson Trust.
About to graduate from high school without a concrete plan, Meisha Krutar was surrounded by college pamphlets when she heard a friend had joined the military.
A 1933 graduate of Maryland’s Hood College and her husband have left more than $640,000 to the school for the establishment of a scholarship fund.
Ask 6-year-old Faith Miller why the Spring Ridge Sharks swim team is different, and she’ll say it’s because of the games she plays and the fun she has.
Alex Sardi started her volunteer work at Frederick nonprofit Centro Hispano by folding clothes and answering phones. Sardi, a 19-year-old sophomore majoring in Spanish and art history at Hood College, has moved on to teaching English and, over the past few months, grant writing.
Italian astronaut Paolo Nespoli was a guest speaker Wednesday afternoon at Hood College. He talked about his experiences as a crew member of the International Space Station.
The Frederick County Tourism Council, Frederick County Historical Society and fair staff members, are bouncing ideas off each other to decide how to celebrate the 150th anniversary of The Great Frederick Fair.
Newt Gingrich says he’s down but not out in the race for the Republican presidential nomination.
As the Frederick bicycling community grows, so does the need for education.