Unconventional artist Ryan Hoover approaches biotechnology with a fresh eye
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Unconventional artist Ryan Hoover approaches biotechnology with a fresh eye

What does it mean to occupy and navigate space? Is it possible for artists to delve deep into poetic expression using only green fluorescent proteins and bacteria? This…

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“Nappily Ever After”: A film on womanhood and self-acceptance
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“Nappily Ever After”: A film on womanhood and self-acceptance

“Nappily Ever After” is a film many women may relate to. The movie entails the trials and tribulations of Violet (Sanaa Lathan), a middle-aged woman who seems to…

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Super Whatevr’s strong message hurt by short show
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Super Whatevr’s strong message hurt by short show

Teenage girls with bright colored hair and denim shorts scattered the floor of The Metro Gallery, all in eager anticipation of Super Whatevr,  a young indie rock band out…

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George Segal’s artwork lives on through friendship
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George Segal’s artwork lives on through friendship

Behind each great piece of artwork are countless hours of passionate labor filled with frustration and exhaustion. As viewers, most people do not get to witness the beautiful…

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Library gallery showcases unique acquisitions
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Library gallery showcases unique acquisitions

One of UMBC’s best-kept secrets is the photography collection and archive maintained by the Albin O. Kuhn Library. Nestled between the bustling new Einstein Bros. Bagels and the…

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Six women finding joy through poetry
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Six women finding joy through poetry

“Harriet Tubman is a Lesbian,” “Steps to Healing after Therapy” and “Adventures of the Third Limb.” These are the titles of poems written by the Black Ladies Brunch Collective,…

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