SEB’s weekly movie pick, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”
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SEB’s weekly movie pick, “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”

The Student Events Board (SEB) continued its Weekly Movie series with “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle,” the 2017 reboot of the 1995 classic. As usual, the seats in…

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Lucky Suns art exhibit offers a plethora of perspectives to ponder
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Lucky Suns art exhibit offers a plethora of perspectives to ponder

The culmination of a Master’s thesis brings feelings of accomplishment to the students who complete this next step of their educational careers. In the Center for Art, Design and…

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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. In her debut novel, “The Wangs vs the World,” Jade Chang created a new…

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Japanese Breakfast lights up the Ottobar, debuts new song
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Japanese Breakfast lights up the Ottobar, debuts new song

 At the Ottobar, a small punk venue on North Howard Street, Japanese Breakfast geared up to play a sold-out show and kick-off a massive six-month tour. The dream-pop…

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A Gallery for the Tortured Artists
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A Gallery for the Tortured Artists

The University of Pennsylvania is a classic Ivy League university known for its finance and other STEM-driven majors. However, what most do not know is that UPenn is…

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Lighten up the music
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Lighten up the music

Krisztina Dér’s flute solo and light show performance last Thursday in UMBC’s Music Box, entitled “Flute/Light,” shifted the way audiences receive music. Inspired by the idea that the…

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