Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Seth Meyers, the head writer and “Weekend Update” anchor of beloved sketchy comedy show "Saturday Night Live," performed at Stevenson University's Owings Mills campus on Sunday, Feb. 17.
There were few dry eyes at Stevenson University on Sunday night. But what could have been tears from a screening of a sappy romance movie were actually the result of uncontrollable laughter from the comedic stylings of Saturday Night Live’s acclaimed writer Seth Meyers. Meyers, the show's head writer and “Weekend Update” anchor, has been long anticipated on campus since MAP, Mustang Activities and Programming Board, announced the event in January. “I had no idea that it was real at first. I was like ‘no way, that’s not really going to happen.’” said Alli Winer, senior at Stevenson and editor-in-chief of campus newspaper The Villager. “But as soon as tickets went on sale I had them in my [online] cart, ready to purchase.” Stevenson's …
Thursday, February 14, 2013
The popular sketch comedy show’s head writer and “Weekend Update” Anchor will be making his way from the Big Apple to Owings Mills on Sunday for a night of charm and chuckles.
Actor and comedian Seth Meyers is known for his impressions of Anderson Cooper, Secretary of State John Kerry (during the 2004 election) and characters like DJ Jonathan Feinstein from Jimmy Fallon ‘s “Jarrett’s Room” sketches and Dave “Zinger” Clinger. Meyers, Saturday Night Live’s head writer and “Weekend Update” Anchor, will be making his way from the Big Apple to Owings Mills on Sunday night to perform at Stevenson University's gym. As part of a new spring comedy series, the students and staff on campus decided to bring a comedy act for their big spring campus event. Students had voted online from a selection of different comedians including BJ Novak of “the Office” and Gabriel Iglesias, but Meyers got the most votes by a large margin…
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
The Chronicle of Higher Education named Stevenson University President Kevin Manning 31st among top paid private college presidents.
The Chronicle of Higher Education released its annual report on executive compensation at public and private colleges, and Stevenson University’s president ranked high on the list. Kevin J. Manning ranked 31st out of 493 on the list of top paid private college executives. According to data from the 2008-2009 tax year, Manning's total compensation was $1,049,598, with a base salary of $311,217. Do you think Manning's pay is too high? Do you think it's fair for someone in his position? Tell us in the comments.
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Stone’s Cove Kitbar, a restaurant/bar with an open-style kitchen, will be opening in the Boulevard College Center near Stevenson University in early 2013.
A new restaurant and bar with an open-style kitchen and unique philosophy is coming to Owings Mills. Stone’s Cove Kitbar, which mixes dining with entertainment, will open its second restaurant and first Maryland location at the Boulevard Corporate Center on Owings Mills Boulevard by early 2013, according to a press release. The restaurant distinguishes itself with “ChefTenders,” bartender/chefs who make conversation with the customer as they cook and make drinks in the open-style kitchen. Appetizers like lobster cones, chicken salad lettuce wraps and mini-crab cakes compliment entrees like seared flat iron steak, chicken kabobs, tequila-glazed tilapia and more. Stone’s Cove Kitbar leased 4,000 square feet in the Boulevard Corporate Center…
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Submitted Article During the August 19 Ravens Public Practice at Stevenson University’s Mustang Stadium, Ravens Linebacker Ray Lewis joined Stevenson President Kevin J. Manning in the stadium’s football locker room to an unveil a plaque dedicated to the “Legacy of Champions.” The Stevenson football locker room incorporates the lockers from the original Ravens training facility in Owings Mills, purchased by Stevenson in 2005 and now part of the University’s Owings Mills campus sports complex. The plaque honors the football lineage of the site of Stevenson’s Mustang Stadium and reads: “The lockers in the Stevenson University football team locker room are part of an important Baltimore professional football lineage. The NFL Champion Baltimore…
Sunday, August 19, 2012
The Baltimore Ravens held a public training camp practice at Stevenson University's Mustang Stadium Sunday.
Monday, April 16, 2012
The second annual Relay for Life at Stevenson University was held Friday night in the gymnasium on the Owings Mills campus. The event brought together 529 participants, in 44 teams, raising a collective $34,050 for the American Cancer Society.
With 529 eager participants, Stevenson University's second annual Relay for Life raised about $10,000 more than last year's fundraiser. Those 529 participants, in 44 teams, raised $34,050 for the American Cancer Society Friday night in the gymnasium on the university's Owings Mills campus. This year marked a leap of progress for the event, which raised $23,000 with 24 teams and 335 registered participants last year. This year, the Relay committee started planning and promoting the event when the school year started. ”We’ve been working really hard to up our publicity to make this the spot. I think the question now is ‘when is Relay?’ as opposed to last year when the question was ‘what is Relay?’” said Relay co-chair Nick Farano. Farano, a …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
There are only 175 of these rare King James Bibles in the world.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
There have been delays in the sale of the Rosewood Center to Stevenson University.
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
The university’s baseball team will open Park Field on its Greenspring Campus Wednesday afternoon.
For the first time in 12 years, Stevenson University baseball will have its very own digs—on campus. In the venue’s inaugural game, the Mustangs take on Messiah—in a matchup of future Middle Athletic Conference rivals—Wednesday at 3 p.m. Park Field's grand opening ceremony, which begins at 2 p.m., will feature free hot dogs, drinks and giveaways provided by the President’s Office. Improvements to the field—located behind the Greenspring Valley Road campus—include a 32-foot press box and enclosed dug outs for both the home and away team. In addition to the game field, there is also a new practice infield, bullpen mounds, two batting tunnels and a soft toss/tee hitting area. Previously, Stevenson played its home games at Ripken Stadium, …