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Nation and World News

Ahmed Eissa Senior Staff Writer aeissa2@umbc.edu Spain A doctor in Madrid said on Wednesday that a Spanish nurse infected with Ebola, Teresa Romero, remembers touching…

Nation and World News

Ahmed Eissa Senior Staff Writer aeissa2@umbc.edu United States United States health officials confirmed on Tuesday that a man who traveled from Liberia to the United…

Friday Night Live Arrives on Campus

Theatre COM brings sketch comedy to Flat Tuesdays Griffin Baltz Contributing Writer On Friday, October 3rd, the Theatre Council of Majors collaborated with several students…

Nothing is forgotten

Amanda Quinn Foreign Correspondent Quinn1@umbc.edu During World War II, over 1,500,000 soldiers and civilians died during the Siege of Leningrad. They are honored and remembered…

Scenic Pond or Stagnant Puddle?

The pond next to the Albin O. Kuhn Library has faced several delays in construction, prompting concern from students and faculty alike Manisha Vepa Contributing…

2014 Alumni Awards

Manisha Vepa Contributing Writer mvepa1@umbc.edu Every year, the UMBC Alumni Association presents awards to distinguished alumni to honor their accomplishments and their service to the…

Nation and World News

Ahmed Eissa Senior Staff Writer aeissa2@umbc.edu United States President Barack Obama announced on Thursday that U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will step down. President Obama…

Parking issues continue

Construction and traffic direction delay students Griffin Baltz Contributing Writer griff8@umbc.edu For those who commute to campus, the feeling of panic and annoyance when driving…