New York Times had the right to publish “Anonymous,” but the author should have come forward
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New York Times had the right to publish “Anonymous,” but the author should have come forward

The New York Times faced both criticism and praise after publishing an anonymous Op-Ed titled,…

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New sexual assault procedures do more harm than good as allegations against UMBC surface
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New sexual assault procedures do more harm than good as allegations against UMBC surface

Betsy DeVos, the controversial United States Education Secretary, drummed up further debate when announcing her…

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For low-income families, free SAT days can mean a better shot at college
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For low-income families, free SAT days can mean a better shot at college

Attending college is full of numerous learning experiences, both academic and personal. However, getting to…

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Registration issues force students to extend UMBC stay
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Registration issues force students to extend UMBC stay

The existential dread that hits students during registration season is a feeling shared across campus.…

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No outlets = no studying
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No outlets = no studying

There is a severe lack of outlets on campus considering the amount of students who…

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Are community colleges worthy of awarding degrees?
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Are community colleges worthy of awarding degrees?

Community college is an excellent resource for students who are unsure about their career path…

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