How to save our mothers
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How to save our mothers

Dr. Koki Agarwal, Director of the United States Agency for International Development’s Maternal and Child Survival Program, visited UMBC to inform how her organization is saving lives in…

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The book of Mehki: It began with art
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The book of Mehki: It began with art

“Growing up I always wanted to be an artist.” Most of us, if not all, have heard or said these same words at some point in our lives.…

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Black Girls Rock at UMBC:  A tradition that never grows old
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Black Girls Rock at UMBC:  A tradition that never grows old

Somewhere listed among the oldest event posts on your myUMBC account is an invitation to history in the making: the first ever Black Girls Rock Award Ceremony. This…

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Duo Alterno mixes music and travel in latest concert
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Duo Alterno mixes music and travel in latest concert

For decades, Duo Alterno has toured the world performing in over fifty countries, serenading the world with powerful vocals and skillful piano play. This past Thursday the duo…

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Dance Recital urges community to discuss consent
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Dance Recital urges community to discuss consent

Sexual assault is a tough reality that affects too many people. Junior interdisciplinary studies major Alexia Petasis call attention to this situation through her dance choreography that showcases…

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The ability to create art out of pain
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The ability to create art out of pain

Baltimore is characterized by the diversity of its people. With each individual, there is a unique set of stories. This piqued the interest of a group of students…

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