UMBC Percussion Ensemble does more than make toes tap
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UMBC Percussion Ensemble does more than make toes tap

A rousing performance by the UMBC Percussion Ensemble, directed by Tom Goldstein, proved that percussion…

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“The Chinese in 19th Century America”; A forgotten history
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“The Chinese in 19th Century America”; A forgotten history

The history of America is extremely diverse, including many different ethnic and racial groups since…

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“Living in Silence”: raising awareness of gender-based violence towards immigrants
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“Living in Silence”: raising awareness of gender-based violence towards immigrants

What is the first question that comes to mind about domestic violence? Who is the…

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Student dance majors dazzle at senior show
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Student dance majors dazzle at senior show

Friday night’s senior dance concert in the Dance Cube of UMBC’s Performing Arts and Humanities…

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“The Wangs vs the World,” Jade Chang on how words come alive
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“The Wangs vs the World,” Jade Chang on how words come alive

The journey of a writer is one full of twists and turns, triumphs and failures.…

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Medieval Asian shipwrecks shed new light on ancient maritime trade
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Medieval Asian shipwrecks shed new light on ancient maritime trade

How much is known about medieval maritime trade between the ancient Asian and Arabian powers?…

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