A Towson attorney was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in jail for smuggling drugs into the Baltimore County jail. “I am ashamed and saddened I stand before you in this capacity,” Jill Swerdlin told Circuit Judge Timothy J. Martin before the she was sentenced.

At first, the backlash took the establishment by surprise. Even the left leaning Washington Post, surveying the carnage in Seattle, seemed bewildered. “What Was That About?” they asked on the editorial page the next day. When my socks came offI saw what felt like rocks were not rocks. Because my feet had been wet for 10 hours from the creek crossings, they had begun to, lets just say gross. And the ball of my foot had 2 major creases in the skin,changing socks was useless, the damage was done.

But the Campus Code of Conduct draws a clear line between the freedom that we as a community value and defamation or harassment. Milo Yiannopoulos’ actions at the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee campus and elsewhere crossed that line, and there is every reason to expect that he will reiterate those actions on every stop of his tour. This administration claims to be profoundly concerned with preventing harassment, and the occasion for actualizing that concern is directly before you now.

Tennessee Titans linebacker Avery Williamson earlier in the week said he would wear specially designed patriotic cleats when he lines up against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday.The special red, white and blue cleats include stars, an American flag inspired Nike logo and the words “Never Forget” printed on the heel, according to photographs posted on Williamson’s verified Twitter account.Fearing a fine from the league, and leery of becoming a distraction, Williamson said he decided to auction the cleats for charity.”I want to wear them. Would love to represent and show respect to my country in them, but I also respect my affiliation,” Williamson said in an email to CNN.Proceeds of the auction will benefit Operation Warrior Wishes, a nonprofit that gives veterans and their families the chance to attend sporting events. The current bid for the cleats is $4,350, according to the site conducting the auction..

In 1990, Reef’s first Bolder Boulder as race director, the event featured 26,470 entrants. In 1998, Reef’s final year, there were 40,145. That’s an almost 66 percent increase in less than a decade. “There have been ups and there have been downs, there have been lessons learned, and he’s had so many great coaches along the way who have been a big part of this,” Collie said. “Like Coach D [Rick Darlington] at Apopka. I’m a big Coach D fan.