SGA officer resigns, citing changing economic climate
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SGA officer resigns, citing changing economic climate

Katrina Kelly officially resigned as SGA Director of Communications in an email released earlier in January. In the email, the senior mentioned, “I have recently, out of financial…

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NASA employee Amy Lien researches an unusual blast in space nicknamed the Cow
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NASA employee Amy Lien researches an unusual blast in space nicknamed the Cow

Last summer, astronomers around the globe took a sudden interest in an intriguing blast that appeared in the sky. Referred to as the Cow, after its official name…

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Government shutdown affects Office of Sponsored Programs
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Government shutdown affects Office of Sponsored Programs

The recent Federal Government partial shutdown has caught nationwide attention as it affected the lives of many, including the UMBC community. The shutdown began on Dec. 22 and…

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UMBC student arrested on child porn charges

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UMBC student arrested on child porn charges

This article was updated on December 28 to add dates and to correct the age of Patterson’s impersonation.  This article was further updated on January 3 to reflect…

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UMBC takes first steps in mandatory Title IX training for all
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UMBC takes first steps in mandatory Title IX training for all

UMBC hosted a mandatory Title IX training on Dec. 6 for 350 responsible employees, who are required to report incidents of sexual misconduct and who were determined to…

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Faculty Senate votes for the removal of physical education requirement

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Faculty Senate votes for the removal of physical education requirement

This article will be updated. The Faculty Senate has voted for the removal of the physical education graduation requirement at a routine meeting on Dec. 11. The decision,…

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