On Nov. 18, the county council in Anne Arundel County, MD, passed that advocates say will reduce forest loss from development. The tract shown here was cleared in preparation for a housing development. (Jim Lyons)

Forest conservation bills rippling through Maryland counties

By: Timothy B. Wheeler, Bayjournal.com Anne Arundel passes stronger protection law, with actions pending in Howard and Frederick Forest conservation

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Shown in photo from left to right: Angie Draheim (SMCM Zeta Chapter vice president), Faith Bouch (Chopticon), Heather Mae Gilmore (Leonardtown), Siera Kerley (King’s Christian), Christine Shatrowsky (St. Mary’s Ryken), Ryan Rex (Great Mills), and Laraine Glidden (SMCM distinguished professor emerita, psychology and human development).

St. Mary’s College of Maryland Recognizes County High School Students

By: Michael Bruckler, St. Mary’s College of Maryland St. Mary’s City, MD- On Nov. 14, the Zeta Chapter of Phi

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A global study confirms that the United States has the highest child-incarceration rate in the world. (Adobe Stock)

Does U.S. Juvenile Justice System Fall Short on Basic Human Rights?

By: Mary Schuermann Kuhlman, Public News Service  CHICAGO – As the world marks the 30th anniversary of the United Nations’

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College of Southern Maryland students are sharing their gratitude for the #GivingTuesday support already being shared ahead of the Dec. 3 online giving day. For many of CSM's friends and family, #GivingTuesday becomes an opportunity to not only give back to the CSM community but also to challenge friends to join them in the joy of giving. Already many generous donors throughout the community have pledged to match donations made to scholarships and programs during #GivingTuesday.

CSM Friends, Family Are Thinking Generously As #GivingTuesday Approaches, Dec. 3

News Release, College of Southern Maryland Sharing the Power of Generosity with CSM’s Students Giving never gets old, especially when

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