The musical “Curtains” draws in audience engagement
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The musical “Curtains” draws in audience engagement

When a detective walks into a theatre for a murder investigation, the last thing you would expect him to do is to have a hand in improving the play.…

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Collegium Musicum takes listeners back to ancient Rome
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Collegium Musicum takes listeners back to ancient Rome

Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque are not typically the answers you would get when asking a college student what musical genres they are interested in. UMBC’s Collegium Musicum embraced…

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Dawit Habte discusses life as a refugee in new book
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Dawit Habte discusses life as a refugee in new book

Dawit Gebremichael Habte, an Eritrean author and refugee, shared his story during Refugee Awareness week, exposing us to the realities of life as an immigrant. He left us with…

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Jenny Perlin’s Refractionist art
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Jenny Perlin’s Refractionist art

Jenny Perlin, a traveling artist and professor at the University of Pennsylvania, the Cooper Union, and The New School in New York, was invited to share her arts…

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Lauren Ruth Ward: A Baltimore-native making it big in the music scene
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Lauren Ruth Ward: A Baltimore-native making it big in the music scene

Once a hair stylist in Baltimore, singer Lauren Ruth Ward is now hailed as a rising vocal powerhouse in the music scene. With her first album, “Well Hell,”…

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“Strange Fruit”: A documentary on food shortage in Baltimore
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“Strange Fruit”: A documentary on food shortage in Baltimore

One of the country’s most impoverished cities, Baltimore City, is often presented in a light not true to reality. Most people think of its restaurants and tourist attractions,…

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