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 is the beginning of film festivals, which occurred in 1932. Consequently, short films…

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Musicals to kick off the semester
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Musicals to kick off the semester

Welcome, Retrievers, to a new semester here at UMBC! There are many ways to prepare for the start of classes, including but not limited to looking at course…

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Karen Finley delivers meaningful pink performance art
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Karen Finley delivers meaningful pink performance art

Karen Finley’s performance focuses on the disembodiment of women — a topic she uses poetry to unravel. She explores the perspectives of white neoliberals, MAGA supporters, President Trump,…

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Fourth annual Pangea returns to the Quad
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Fourth annual Pangea returns to the Quad

The Commons Terrace is packed with students and visitors alike. Black and gold are everywhere: on shirts, hats and all over the stage, which has taken over the…

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Review: you might leave before “Midsommar” ends
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Review: you might leave before “Midsommar” ends

Back in theatres is the director’s cut of Ari Aster’s second full-length feature film “Midsommar.”  The folk-horror film is filled to the brim with truly disturbing material that…

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Review: Everyman Theatre’s “Proof” finds mathematical elegance
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Review: Everyman Theatre’s “Proof” finds mathematical elegance

There is a black composition notebook in a locked drawer in Catherine’s father’s study and located within its pages is a secret she has been hiding for years.…

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