Hot Beverage Club attracts students as weather gets cooler

Hot Beverage Club meets to share drink traditions from various cultures. Photo by Ian Feldmann.

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Hot Beverage Club attracts students as weather gets cooler

As the weather gets colder every fall semester, University of Maryland, Baltimore County students traditionally flock to Starbucks for their hot beverage needs. But now there may be…

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“Podcast boom” explodes at UMBC

Kevin Kauffman (left) and Harry Fletcher (right) record their new podcast, Universi-Tea. Photo by Brent Bemiller.

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“Podcast boom” explodes at UMBC

Podcasts have been around for well over a decade, but in case you have somehow managed to go these past ten-plus years without ever having heard the term,…

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ILSB officially opens amidst Homecoming celebrations

Architect Volkan Alkanoglu stands by his art installation, “In Flight,” in ILSB. Photo by Brent Bemiller.

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ILSB officially opens amidst Homecoming celebrations

Almost 200 people — faculty, staff, incoming freshman and their families and current students — gathered on Oct. 12 to celebrate the official opening of the Interdisciplinary Life…

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Arbutus businesses eager to welcome OCA Mocha into community

Photo by Ian Feldmann.

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Arbutus businesses eager to welcome OCA Mocha into community

Arbutus, a quaint suburban town featuring the retro Hollywood Theatre and consignment shops, has a small town feel that attracts families and day-trippers alike. Yet many University of…

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WMBC faces challenges after SGA denies funding

The WMBC studios have gone unused this semester. Photo by Eliska Merchant-Dest.

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WMBC faces challenges after SGA denies funding

Editor’s Note: This article has been updated to reflect new information. It took 47 years for the University of Maryland, Baltimore County to become the only college campus…

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Banned Books Week: a look into censorship on- and off-campus

The Harry Potter series and The Catcher in the Rye are amongst the most banned books of the last decade. Photo by Elizabeth Baummer.

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Banned Books Week: a look into censorship on- and off-campus

On Wednesday, students and faculty alike are expected to gather in the Albin O. Khun Library for a discussion regarding the implications of literary censorship in honor of…

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