“Queen of Warmongers”: An in-depth analysis of Gabbard’s Twitter meltdown
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“Queen of Warmongers”: An in-depth analysis of Gabbard’s Twitter meltdown

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author. Since her election to Congress in 2012, Hawaiian Representative Tulsi Gabbard seemingly lives for contention. She…

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Academic Success Center to serve as “one-stop shop” for undergraduate academic needs

The Academic Success Center can be found on the third floor of the B Wing of Sherman Hall. Photo by Eliska Merchant-Dest.

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Academic Success Center to serve as “one-stop shop” for undergraduate academic needs

The University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s new Academic Success Center (ASC) held its grand opening recently, but has been operating since the beginning of the Fall 2019 semester.…

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The continuing struggle for accessibility

One recent initiative the Office of Accessibility and Disability Services has implemented is replacing doorknobs in the Math/Psych building with handles, which are easier to grip. Photo by Kaylee Reyes.

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The continuing struggle for accessibility

In the last five years, the number of undergraduates with registered disabilities at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County has doubled; it went from under 3 percent to…

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UMBC’s UNICEF club reaches out to students

Cold weather and high winds didn’t prevent UNICEF Club’s most recent bake sale in the Breezeway. Freezing, they set up their table and organized their merchandise: succulents, socks…

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Staff Editorial: Mark Zuckerberg has never googled the definition of free speech

Let’s talk about Facebook. Are you sick of hearing people talk about Facebook? Well, too bad. Mark Zuckerberg says if you don’t let us talk about Facebook, you’re…

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“There are no protests in Hong Kong”: An analysis of fake news and bad reporting

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author. Last March, the government of Hong Kong, whose leaders are prescreened by the mainland Chinese government,…

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