UMBC selected to host dialogue about science and religion in partnership with the AAAS
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UMBC selected to host dialogue about science and religion in partnership with the AAAS

The American Association for the Advancement of Science has chosen UMBC to host a conference…

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SGA to reform their budget-planning process

Student organizations will see changes to the way their budgets are allocated following the SGA’s reforms. Photo by Elizabeth Baummer.

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SGA to reform their budget-planning process

The Student Government Association announced recently that they were proposing changes to their funds-allocation process.…

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Armed robbery takes place at the UMBC administration garage
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UMBC assistant professor Aaron Smith receives NIH grant to research antibiotic resistance
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UMBC assistant professor Aaron Smith receives NIH grant to research antibiotic resistance

Research into antibiotic resistance is becoming one of the forefronts of modern medical study. “There…

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NASA employee Amy Lien researches an unusual blast in space nicknamed the Cow
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NASA employee Amy Lien researches an unusual blast in space nicknamed the Cow

Last summer, astronomers around the globe took a sudden interest in an intriguing blast that…

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Retriever Essentials provides for UMBC students in need
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Retriever Essentials provides for UMBC students in need

According to the National Public Radio website, a study showed that “36 percent of college…

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