UMBC continues its Take Back the Night tradition
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UMBC continues its Take Back the Night tradition

A white shirt with a red hand-print hung on a clothesline, displaying the words “DO NOT TOUCH WITHOUT CONSENT.” Another, in pink, stated, “He was my best friend.”…

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Q&A with SGA’s incoming officers
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Q&A with SGA’s incoming officers

What can be improved in SGA and how do you plan to fix it? “I think the most fundamental problem with SGA right now is there’s a culture…

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2019 SGA election introduces new election procedures

Voters, could use in-person polling stations, like this one in front of Lecture Hall 1, to vote in this year's SGA election. This was one of several changes the organization made to their election process. Photo by Ian Feldmann.

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2019 SGA election introduces new election procedures

Incoming officers of the Student Government Association for the 2019-20 school year were announced on Friday after online and in-person voting. While most students are familiar with SGA,…

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UMBC Global Brigades extends to Ghana
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UMBC Global Brigades extends to Ghana

For the first time, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County Global Brigades traveled to Ghana over spring break to participate in public health projects. This brigade has traditionally…

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OCA Mocha restarts construction
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OCA Mocha restarts construction

“There’s nothing to do around here on the weekends,” students will complain before they ditch their dorms and commute back to their homes after their Friday classes end.…

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UMBC unveils new Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades STEM
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UMBC unveils new Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades STEM

UMBC has become the first institution of higher education in Maryland to offer a middle grades STEM degree, offering education students the opportunity to get a leg-up in…

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