December 23, 2007 |
Why do some writers return to the same material? Is it because they feel they didn't do it justice the first time around? Are they ready -- after psychotherapy or family attrition -- to delve deeper and reveal more? There are authors who have checked on their characters every few years (John Updike with Rabbit Angstrom, Philip Roth with Nathan Zuckerman, Ellen Gilchrist with Rhoda Manning). Others tell the same story from different points of view to brilliant effect, as Evan S.
April 18, 2006 |
LONGTIME readers of the Los Angeles Times will fondly recall arts editor and film critic Charles Champlin, who for 26 years was one of this newspaper's four long-running columnists under Otis Chandler's innovative reign as publisher. Together with writers Jack Smith, Jim Murray, Art Seidenbaum and cartoonist Paul Conrad, Champlin helped keep nervous readers loyal when the paper broke with its stuffy, provincial past and transformed itself into a major national daily.
May 12, 2004 |
In addition to the Harvard Crimson and the Stanford Cardinal, there is now the Syracuse Orange. "We are the only school in the country that has orange as its primary color," Syracuse Athletic Director Jake Crouthamel said Tuesday at a news conference to announce a change in the school's nickname. "We want to accentuate that." Crouthamel acknowledged that Syracuse wasn't the only Division I university using orange in its uniforms.
July 11, 2003 |
Jim Boeheim first set basketball sneaker on the Syracuse campus in the fall of 1962, a ramrod-thin kid with glasses and the son of an undertaker in nearby Lyons, N.Y. He has yet to leave -- save a four-year playing stint in the Eastern League -- nor does he intend to. A Syracuse walk-on as a freshman, Boeheim served as co-captain and averaged nearly 15 points his senior year. He returned in 1969 as a graduate assistant and by 1976 the program was his. Today, you might say that he is the program.
April 7, 2003 |
The buzzards began circling the Kansas camp when power forward Wayne Simien went down with a dislocated right shoulder 12 games into the season. Then after he was declared out for the season, the Jayhawks were widely perceived as too soft, and not deep enough to make a legitimate run at a national championship.
April 7, 2003 |
STARTERS KEY RESERVES *--* SYRACUSE Ht Wt Stats Pos KANSAS Ht Wt Stats Hakim Warrick 6-8 205 15.1 ppg F Nick Collison 6-9 255 18.5 ppg Carmelo 6-8 220 22.3 ppg F Keith 6-4 205 15.8 ppg Anthony Langford Craig Forth 7-0 265 3.3 rpg C Jeff Graves 6-9 275 6.5 rpg Gerry McNamara 6-2 172 90.9 ft% G Aaron Miles 6-1 175 6.4 apg Kueth Duany 6-6 185 11.0 ppg G Kirk Hinrich 6-3 190 17.4 ppg *--* *--* Jeremy McNeil, 6-8 242 98 blks Bryant Nash, 6-6 205 3.0 ppg C F Josh Pace, G 6-5 190 4.