The Twenty-First Century Illiad
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The Twenty-First Century Illiad

Kicking off Ancient Studies Week, Ewing Professor of Greek Language and Literature and Professor of…

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Unconventional artist Ryan Hoover approaches biotechnology with a fresh eye
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Unconventional artist Ryan Hoover approaches biotechnology with a fresh eye

What does it mean to occupy and navigate space? Is it possible for artists to…

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Six women finding joy through poetry
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Six women finding joy through poetry

“Harriet Tubman is a Lesbian,” “Steps to Healing after Therapy” and “Adventures of the Third…

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“A Designed Life” offers view into post-WWII Europe and America
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“A Designed Life” offers view into post-WWII Europe and America

In the 1950s, Europe was recovering from the largest tragedy the world had ever faced.…

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Greta Van Fleet revives classic rock in D.C.
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Greta Van Fleet revives classic rock in D.C.

It is 10:20 p.m. on a Friday night, and the 9:30 Club in downtown Washington,…

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Pangea, an ode to UMBC’s diversity
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Pangea, an ode to UMBC’s diversity

Many students have had their first couple of weeks of college here at UMBC, and…

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