Big Prize Poetry Slam contests allows UMBC students to express themselves through poetry
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Big Prize Poetry Slam contests allows UMBC students to express themselves through poetry

Taking to the podium in the lobby of the Performing Arts Building, freshman Amy Vaichalkar began, “We would color the sky and the ground purple. Matter of fact…

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UMBC responds to the New Zealand tragedy

Recent mass shootings in Christchurch, New Zealand has caused significant concern across the nation. On March 15, a man shot fire inside Al Noor Mosque at 1:30 p.m.…

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SGA gets rid of elections

Happy April Fools’ Day! You are reading an article written for our April Fools’ edition of the newspaper, The Deceiver. This is a work of satire. After receiving…

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No friends? No problem! Join UMBC’s newest student organization
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No friends? No problem! Join UMBC’s newest student organization

Happy April Fools’ Day! You are reading an article written for our April Fools’ edition of the newspaper, The Deceiver. This is a work of satire. Students at…

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Geese on Erickson Field to be charged fee for housing

Rudy, a sophomore chemical engineering major, attended an information session about paraprofessional positions for the 2019-2020 school year. Photo by Johanna Alonso and Dr. Raju Kasambe.

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Geese on Erickson Field to be charged fee for housing

Happy April Fools’ Day! You are reading an article written for our April Fools’ edition of the newspaper, The Deceiver. This is a work of satire. Nearly everyone…

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Linguistics department on verge of deciphering texts from the administration

Happy April Fools’ Day! You are reading an article written for our April Fools’ edition of the newspaper, The Deceiver. This is a work of satire. The UMBC…

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