Gonzalez’s Poetry Gathering
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Gonzalez’s Poetry Gathering

UMBC’s English Department Reading Series invites writers of all backgrounds to share their literary art with students on campus. On April 11, the English department happily welcomed poet…

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Charm City Bluegrass Festival brings bluegrass to Baltimore this month
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Charm City Bluegrass Festival brings bluegrass to Baltimore this month

For those looking for outdoor fun in Baltimore this month, the Charm City Bluegrass Festival is right around the corner. This two day festival is happening on April…

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A city of neighborhoods and forgotten movie theaters
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A city of neighborhoods and forgotten movie theaters

Baltimore has always been a city of neighborhoods, sectioned off into communities of churches, corner stores, barbershops and, once upon a time, movie theaters. The first place to…

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The overlooked side of war
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The overlooked side of war

War is, unfortunately, a reality of the world around us, and while it may not be happening directly in front of our eyes, wars of all kinds are…

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Aging 101 class experiences aging firsthand
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Aging 101 class experiences aging firsthand

Professor Elle Derly held a special interdisciplinary assignment for her Aging 101 students that combined aging with appreciation for the fine arts. The students were asked to choose…

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UMBC symphony orchestra hums their way past misfortune
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UMBC symphony orchestra hums their way past misfortune

The lights dimmed, the conductor came out and lifted his hand. A confused hush fell over the Lineham Concert Hall. The entire crowd wondered the same thing: “Where…

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