American relations in Okinawa: a valuable lesson in history through art
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American relations in Okinawa: a valuable lesson in history through art

In the Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture, a particular exhibit in the back of the gallery draws interest as it transports the viewer into another time…

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PAWS FOR ART: Giving endangered animals a voice through digital art
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PAWS FOR ART: Giving endangered animals a voice through digital art

The digital art movement is ever-growing and one digital artist at UMBC is using his art to promote a good cause. Graphic design major Liam Garrett, a junior…

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Rape jokes: not funny now, not funny ever
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Rape jokes: not funny now, not funny ever

Sexual assault is no easy topic of discussion, let alone a joke. So why is rape such a popular punchline? Is there a way for it to be…

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The power of “The Power”
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The power of “The Power”

Hulu’s television series “The Handmaid’s Tale” has recently brought feminist speculative fiction back to the forefront of culture. Margaret Atwood continues to inspire many readers with the original…

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BRONCHO’s “Bad Behavior” takes the stage in Baltimore
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BRONCHO’s “Bad Behavior” takes the stage in Baltimore

BRONCHO brought its indiscernible lyrics and heavy bassline to the Metro Gallery stage in Baltimore on April 2, 2019, performing its latest album “Bad Behavior.” BRONCHO, hailing from…

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Why the Broadway cancellation line is worth the discomfort
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Why the Broadway cancellation line is worth the discomfort

It starts with the journey: just barely catching the last bus of the night after a 12 hour shift only to curl up in a ball to keep…

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