“Wasted” at Baltimore Center Stage puts focus on consensual sex
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“Wasted” at Baltimore Center Stage puts focus on consensual sex

Baltimore Center Stage presents “Wasted,” a play that gives attention to consensual sex and the dangers of a drunken night. It follows the stories of Emma and Oli…

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“A Designed Life” offers view into post-WWII Europe and America
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“A Designed Life” offers view into post-WWII Europe and America

In the 1950s, Europe was recovering from the largest tragedy the world had ever faced. The ideas of solidarity and peace were on everyone’s minds, no matter how…

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Greta Van Fleet revives classic rock in D.C.
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Greta Van Fleet revives classic rock in D.C.

It is 10:20 p.m. on a Friday night, and the 9:30 Club in downtown Washington, D.C. is pulsing with excitement and noise. A smoky haze and the loud…

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Pangea, an ode to UMBC’s diversity
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Pangea, an ode to UMBC’s diversity

Many students have had their first couple of weeks of college here at UMBC, and with so many Welcome Week events around campus, it is hard to feel…

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To all the rom coms I’ve seen before
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To all the rom coms I’ve seen before

“To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” is a romantic comedy film that has been sweeping the nation. Despite romantic comedies being belittled for their predictability and cliche…

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“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” review: Chloë Grace Moretz stars as another outsider
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“The Miseducation of Cameron Post” review: Chloë Grace Moretz stars as another outsider

Emily Danforth released her only book to date in 2012, a coming of age novel inspired by her own coming of age in the American Midwest. Four years…

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