UMBC’s Twelfth Night is a Play Worth Watching
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UMBC’s Twelfth Night is a Play Worth Watching

William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” is known for withstanding time and continuing to dazzle and perplex generation…

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W.E.B Du Bois Lecture: African Immigrant Communities in the U.S
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W.E.B Du Bois Lecture: African Immigrant Communities in the U.S

The Department of Africana Studies hosted its 39th annual W. E. B. Du Bois Distinguished…

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Women in Writing: Breaking into the masculinized writing industry
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Women in Writing: Breaking into the masculinized writing industry

While widely considered “feminine,” writing occupies a traditionally masculine space within our society. Dating back…

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Dear Daddy Long Legs, Great Job!
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Dear Daddy Long Legs, Great Job!

This past weekend, UMBC’s Musical Theatre Club presented Daddy Long Legs in the Skylight Room…

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A Night of Acceptance and Dancing
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A Night of Acceptance and Dancing

For decades, prom has been considered by American teenagers to be a high school rite…

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“Shakespeare in Love,” or How Romeo and Juliet Came to Be
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“Shakespeare in Love,” or How Romeo and Juliet Came to Be

Shakespeare seems to be taking the Baltimore area by storm this season, and Center Stage…

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