Exploring UMBC’s parking predicament
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Exploring UMBC’s parking predicament

This fall marks the first time that UMBC has tried using an alternative parking permit method. Instead of the usual hang tags that are placed on your rearview…

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SGA hosts Baltimore County executive debate
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SGA hosts Baltimore County executive debate

The SGA hosted a debate between Baltimore County executive candidates Al Redmer Jr. and Johnny Olszewski Jr. on Oct. 15. In the debate, the two candidates brought different…

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Three more women join two plaintiffs in lawsuit alleging UMBC, Baltimore County mishandled sexual assault cases; President Hrabowski added as defendant
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Three more women join two plaintiffs in lawsuit alleging UMBC, Baltimore County mishandled sexual assault cases; President Hrabowski added as defendant

Three more women stating they were sexually assaulted have joined two other alleged victims in a $10 million, federal class-action lawsuit that claims UMBC and Baltimore County officials…

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Campus-wide water outage affects students, residents
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Campus-wide water outage affects students, residents

A water outage shut down much of UMBC during the morning and early afternoon of Friday, Oct. 12. Early that morning, UMBC’s Residential Life was informed of a…

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On behalf of UMBC, Attorney General seeks dismissal of claims against Police Chief Paul Dillon
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On behalf of UMBC, Attorney General seeks dismissal of claims against Police Chief Paul Dillon

Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh filed a motion this past Friday to dismiss one of the claims filed against UMBC Police Chief Paul Dillon on behalf of the…

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UMBC and local schools partner to support STEM programs

Thanks to funding from the Sherman family, the Sherman Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Teacher Scholars Program at UMBC has been able to work with schools and teachers…

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