Week In Review

Sept. 1 A black SUV crashed into the front of a Dunkin Donuts in Ellicott City shortly after 5:30 p.m. Two pedestrians were injured, although the vehicle’s driver…

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UMBC’s Enviornmental Awareness

UMBC is known for being a green campus, and this year it’s become even greener with multiple initiatives to help the environment. Brittney Kramer Contributing Writer brit9@umbc.edu Although…

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Colleges in The United States take precautions against Ebola

Center for Disease Control Advises Increased Caution Griffin Baltz Contributing Writer griff8@umbc.edu Summary: Following the continuing Ebola epidemic in West Africa, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention…

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Shuttle Service to Downtown Baltimore

Two new shuttle routes starting up on the UMBC Campus Brittney Kramer Contributing Writer brit9@umbc.edu Downtown Baltimore is now at UMBC’s doorstep with two new shuttle routes being…

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Campus Crime Alert Goes Largely Unnoticed by Students
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Campus Crime Alert Goes Largely Unnoticed by Students

A spree of bike thefts on campus has prompted some action by UMBC police, but garnered little attention from both commuters and residents alike Mark Satter News Editor…

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Week In Review

August 26 The terror group ISIS has taken to social media to spread its message. While using the hashtag #napaquake, viewers saw posts about the Northern California earthquake…

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