Tag: JOHN URSCHEL

Top Stories: Hot House in Idlewylde, Mystery Shrouds Roland Park Murder Investigation, a Q&A with Live Baltimore’s New Director

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Cynthia McIntyre’s Hot House column grabbed the most eyes this week on Baltimore Fishbowl, featuring a 1,600-square-foot bungalow for sale in Idlewylde for $279,000. With an open floor plan, a finished basement and some crucial upgrades, readers were eager to take a look at the viable dwelling in the county.

Cynthia noted the home has an “elusive combination” of affordability, a safe neighborhood and high-quality schools nearby. As she put it, “these are the big three factors driving first time home buyers as millennials begin, after a slight delay, to enter the real estate market in droves.”

Here were our other most popular reads over the last week:

Ravens’ Genius Lineman John Urschel Quits Football, Protecting His Brain

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Courtesy John Urschel/Twitter

At age 26, Ravens lineman John Urschel’s day of playing football are over.

Ravens Lineman and Certified Brainiac John Urschel Makes Forbes’ 30 Under 30 List

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Courtesy John Urschel/Twitter

The Baltimore Ravens may have kicked off the year with a bitter finale after Sunday’s loss to the Bengals, but the 2017 offseason is off to a brilliant start for their starting left guard and noted math wiz John Urschel.

Math-Loving Ravens Lineman John Urschel is Taking on the World — in Chess

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John Urschel loves chess, too.

It’s the NFL offseason, which leaves Ravens lineman/math prodigy John Urschel some more time to put his mind to work. This year, he’s taking a little time off from his PhD studies at MIT for some chess.

Ravens Player Spends Offseason Getting PhD at MIT

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John Urschel via Football Foundation
John Urschel via Football Foundation

If I were a professional football player, I would probably spend the off season counting my money and getting lots of massages. Not so John Urschel.

Ravens Lineman Does Math to Recover From Concussion

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John Urschel via Football Foundation
John Urschel via Football Foundation

Like many football players this season, John Urschel sustained a concussion during training camp. But when it came time to see if he was ready to play again, the Ravens’ blocking mathematician had an equation ready.

Big Lineman John Urschel Squeezes Into Little Car, Finds Love

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John Urschel 3It’s an equation only a math mind like John Urschel could solve: How do you fit a 6 ft. 3 in., 300-pound offensive lineman into a compact Nissan Versa?

Ravens Offensive Lineman John Urschel Publishes His Latest Math Abstract

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via Football Foundation
via Football Foundation

We’ve had lots of stories about Ravens getting arrested over the past couple years, so it’s only fitting that we also point out when one of the team’s big guys does something really smart off the field. Offensive lineman John Urschel had his mathematics paper published in an academic journal.

Fall 2014 Results for Mathnasium Roland Park (A+!)

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mathnasiumMathnasium of Roland Park’s Director, Jim Trexler, announced the results of their 4th quarter program for the 13 students who took both a pre and post-test. According to Trexler, the average percent increase was 53%. “The results are great, even better than last quarter”, stated Trexler. “The data validates the effectiveness of our program and our philosophy of work hard, play hard, get better.”

 

Mathnasium is the number one math only franchise in the country. We have the tools, resources, and instructors to help any student in grades 1-12 improve their math skills. For more information about Mathnasium of Roland Park, contact Jim Trexler at 443-863-0531, [email protected], www.mathnasium.com/rolandpark.

 

Mathnasium of Roland Park Expands Service Due to Strong Demand for its Services

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Mathnasium of Roland Park is expanding its service hours to include Sundays from 2:00 – 4:00. “We continue to experience gradual growth by attracting a wide range of students in all school settings – private, public, and home school settings. All of our kids have one thing in common: they want to perform better in math whether they are behind, on-track, or ahead of their grade level,” says Center Director Jim Trexler. Mathnasium of Roland Park now offers 104 hours of service every month for a flat rate. “The more you use our services, the less you pay per session,” says Trexler.

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