UMBC takes first steps in mandatory Title IX training for all
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UMBC takes first steps in mandatory Title IX training for all

UMBC hosted a mandatory Title IX training on Dec. 6 for 350 responsible employees, who…

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Faculty Senate votes for the removal of physical education requirement
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Faculty Senate votes for the removal of physical education requirement

This article will be updated. The Faculty Senate has voted for the removal of the…

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Creating a time of savings during tax season
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Creating a time of savings during tax season

Evan Avila never imagined he would be interested in tax law. Now, as the UMBC…

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Plaintiffs oppose dismissal of claim against UMBC police chief
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Plaintiffs oppose dismissal of claim against UMBC police chief

Lawyers representing five plaintiffs in a $10 million federal lawsuit alleging UMBC and Baltimore County’s…

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Rebuilding trust is not the issue – conflicts of interest are
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Rebuilding trust is not the issue – conflicts of interest are

We began 2018 with a monumental victory in basketball that UMBC still cannot seem to…

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Three more women join two plaintiffs in lawsuit alleging UMBC, Baltimore County mishandled sexual assault cases; President Hrabowski added as defendant
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