October 19, 2012 |
PISCATAWAY, N.J. - Rutgers junior cornerback Logan Ryan said that he bled Eagles green while attending Eastern High in Voorhees, and that is another reason Saturday's game at Lincoln Financial Field against Temple will have a special significance. It's not just because Rutgers (6-0, 3-0 Big East) and Temple (3-2, 2-0) are unbeaten in conference play. It's also because Ryan has seen his share of football at the Linc. "It's going to be a dream come true," Ryan said about playing at the Eagles stadium.
October 11, 2012
Three separate fights caused Lincoln High School in Northeast Philadelphia to be locked down for 45 minutes Tuesday, officials said. City police arrested seven students, said Fernando Gallard, a spokesman for the Philadelphia School District. The lockdown started at 1:15 p.m. and was lifted about 2, Gallard said. Lincoln, on Ryan Avenue in Mayfair, has about 1,800 students. - Kristen A. Graham
October 6, 2012 |
Lincoln University women's soccer player Tara O'Brien repeated as the ECAC Division II Offensive Player of the Week on Thursday. O'Brien, who leads NCAA Division II in goals with 14, drew even with Coatesville alumna Stephanie Anderson's single-season record for goals last Friday in a 3-2 overtime win over Salem International. The sophomore midfielder tied the contest at 2 in the 88th minute to send the game into overtime. In the extra session, O'Brien tied Anderson's record with a goal in the 105th minute to give Lincoln a 3-2 victory.
October 1, 2012 |
TORONTO - So why wasn't it Bruce Willis undergoing nearly three hours of makeup and prosthetics every morning during the shoot of Looper to make him look more like Joseph Gordon-Levitt ? Why was it Gordon-Levitt's job to get up at the crack of dawn and submit himself to the nose job and lip curl and eyebrow realignment so that he and Willis could look like the same guy, separated by 30 years? "There was no consideration of that," Gordon-Levitt says, with a laugh. "I think it's only proper that the younger man would defer to his senior.
September 28, 2012
A Lincoln University student and member of the baseball team has been arrested in a 2011 alcohol-fueled crash that killed one man and seriously injured another, the Chester County District Attorney's Office announced Thursday. Phillip Daniel Tomsic, 22, of Grand Junction, Mich., was charged with homicide by vehicle while DUI, aggravated assault while DUI, and related charges, the office said in a statement. According to court documents, Tomsic and two friends had been drinking and then decided to go out for food on Nov. 4. Tomsic borrowed a friend's car. Tomsic, a criminal justice major, was allegedly driving in excess of 85 m.p.h.
September 10, 2012 |
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Seventeen players carried the ball for Wofford as the Terriers ran for 449 yards in an 82-0 lambasting of Division II Lincoln Saturday night. Philip Jean-Juste led the Lincoln offense, catching eight passes for 57 yards and also going 12 of 16 under center with 104 yards passing. Wofford's Brian Kass was 4 of 5 passing for 142 yards and three scores before the second-teamers entered the game, while the ground game averaged 8.3 yards per carry with no player for the Terriers (2-0)
September 8, 2012
By Brian Palmer Fox News analyst Brit Hume dubbed it the "destitution derby. " At the Democratic National Convention this week, Michelle Obama talked about her husband's rusty car and worn-out shoes. Keynote speaker Julián Castro mentioned his orphaned grandmother, who dropped out of school to help her family. Republicans offered the same themes last week. Sen. Marco Rubio said his immigrant mother worked as a maid and stock clerk. Ann Romney waxed nostalgic about the days when she and Mitt lived in a basement apartment and subsisted on pasta and tuna fish.
September 2, 2012 |
Losers Find Excuses. . . . Winners Find a Way to Win. Harry S Truman players, fresh off a come-from behind victory over Abraham Lincoln, took off their shoulder pads and then their jerseys to reveal that mantra, printed in black letters on the backs of sweat-soaked, white T-shirts. On Friday, overcoming the 90-degree heat and a sloppy first half, which included a missed red-zone opportunity, the visiting Tigers knocked off the Railsplitters, 13-7. It was the program's first opening-day win since 2001.
August 27, 2012
Robert W. Patterson is editor of the public-policy journal the Family in America On the eve of its Tampa convention, the Grand Old Party is as pumped as a young lady who just accepted an engagement ring from the man of her dreams. Conservatives may have reluctantly embraced Mitt Romney, but his running-mate choice, Paul Ryan - the wunderkind House budget chairman - has injected needed testosterone into the campaign. Still, excitement over the youthful Wisconsin congressman may not generate enough energy to win in November.