UMBC selected to host dialogue about science and religion in partnership with the AAAS
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UMBC selected to host dialogue about science and religion in partnership with the AAAS

The American Association for the Advancement of Science has chosen UMBC to host a conference regarding the topics of religion and science; only five other universities across the…

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UMBC discusses improvements in accessibility
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UMBC discusses improvements in accessibility

Stephanie Lazarus, the Americans with Disabilities Act Coordinator and Accessibility Manager, and Celso Guitian, Campus Planner, co-ran a presentation about UMBC’s current and future accessibility issues and plans…

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SGA to reform their budget-planning process

Student organizations will see changes to the way their budgets are allocated following the SGA’s reforms. Photo by Elizabeth Baummer.

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SGA to reform their budget-planning process

The Student Government Association announced recently that they were proposing changes to their funds-allocation process. To ensure student organizations were aware of certain changes, a presentation was held…

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A question of credibility
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A question of credibility

This is part one in a series of articles examining how Title IX investigations are handled on the UMBC campus. The Retriever is using the victims’ initials with…

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Armed robbery takes place at the UMBC administration garage
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UMBC assistant professor Aaron Smith receives NIH grant to research antibiotic resistance
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UMBC assistant professor Aaron Smith receives NIH grant to research antibiotic resistance

Research into antibiotic resistance is becoming one of the forefronts of modern medical study. “There are estimates that by 2050, antibiotic resistance and deaths associated with them will…

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