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 can do more than make toes tap. The eleven member ensemble played a…

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Remembering those who came before us: “The Book of Joseph”
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Remembering those who came before us: “The Book of Joseph”

It is 1986 and Richard Hollander’s parents, Joseph and Vita Hollander, have died in a car crash. A briefcase that Richard will discover later that fateful day sits…

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Theatre Night for Teens: Exploring a whole new world
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Theatre Night for Teens: Exploring a whole new world

It is Theatre Night for Teens at Everyman Theatre, and the second floor lobby area has been transformed into an educational wonderland. Students grades 9-12 gather just outside…

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Discussion calls attention to the importance of African culture
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Discussion calls attention to the importance of African culture

Africa has a rich history and culture often mishandled or unknown outside the continent. Inspired by a past Mosaic Center event, newly elected African Student Association president Jessica…

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All-women cast rages against the machine
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All-women cast rages against the machine

Sophie Treadwell’s play “Machinal” has been making the rounds in college theatre departments across the country. An expressionist – and incredibly feminist – play written in the late…

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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 the country’s inception. However, many groups’ histories have faded from mainstream discussion. One…

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