Synagogue tragedy leaves community deeply distraught
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Synagogue tragedy leaves community deeply distraught

Days after the tragedy, the country is still reeling from the shooting that left 11 people dead at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh, PA. The Allegheny…

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Ben Jealous rallied with supporters at UMBC
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Ben Jealous rallied with supporters at UMBC

UMBC’s Black Student Union, in association with the College Democrats, hosted a rally for Ben Jealous on Nov. 2 on the Commons Main Street. Jealous, a Democrat, is…

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What are the Maryland laws regarding rape and sexual assault?

The topic of sexual assault has been greatly discussed in the era of #MeToo, where powerful figures are now facing consequences for their previous actions. In the midst…

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UMBC alumni start-up receives second National Science Foundation award
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UMBC alumni start-up receives second National Science Foundation award

RedShred, a four-year-old company at bwtech@UMBC created by UMBC graduates, was recently presented with the National Science Foundation’s highly sought-after Phase II Small Business Innovation Research Award. UMBC’s…

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Heat outage affects UMBC buildings
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Heat outage affects UMBC buildings

Students received word on the morning of Monday, Oct. 22 that heating would be unavailable throughout most of the buildings on campus. UMBC’s community was further informed that…

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Plaintiffs oppose dismissal of claim against UMBC police chief
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Plaintiffs oppose dismissal of claim against UMBC police chief

Lawyers representing five plaintiffs in a $10 million federal lawsuit alleging UMBC and Baltimore County’s mishandling of sexual assault cases have filed a memorandum opposing UMBC Police Chief…

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