“Girls on a Dirt Pile” unearths the origins of a patriarchal society

The Graeae sisters (featured left to right: Jordan Colea, Vicky Graham and Connor Kertiss) open UMBC’s production, “Girls on a Dirt Pile.” Photo by Marlayna Demond.

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“Girls on a Dirt Pile” unearths the origins of a patriarchal society

The audience sits patiently ten minutes before the show starts. Chattering and laughing fill the…

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Opinion: The tattoo industry has been gatekeeping women since the beginning
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Opinion: The tattoo industry has been gatekeeping women since the beginning

The views expressed in this article are the views of the authors. There is only…

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Review: “Miss You Like Hell” gives a glimpse into the American immigration system
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Review: “Miss You Like Hell” gives a glimpse into the American immigration system

Do not forget to keep looking over your shoulder. They could come at any minute,…

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Unpaid internships: privilege in disguise

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author. College is a…

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PAWS FOR ART: So what’s the big deal about short films anyway?
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PAWS FOR ART: So what’s the big deal about short films anyway?

Short films have only been around for a little over 120 years. Even more recent…

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“You Gotta Live!”: a musical like never seen before
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“You Gotta Live!”: a musical like never seen before

Excited chatter echoed throughout the Fine Arts Recital Hall as audience members waited patiently for…

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