Carr’s Calls – Week Three Fantasy Football Preview and Advice

NFL week two is in the books and fantasy owners are likely extremely happy with their team, ready to smash their computers -myself-, or struggling to figure out…

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“A Designed Life” offers view into post-WWII Europe and America
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“A Designed Life” offers view into post-WWII Europe and America

In the 1950s, Europe was recovering from the largest tragedy the world had ever faced. The ideas of solidarity and peace were on everyone’s minds, no matter how…

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Protesters organize in Breezeway, storm Admin Building
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Protesters organize in Breezeway, storm Admin Building

Students gathered at noon, Monday Sept. 17, in the Commons Breezeway to protest the UMBC administration and stand in solidarity with survivors of sexual violence. The protest had…

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SGA looking to make changes following last year’s election
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SGA looking to make changes following last year’s election

Following one of the lowest turnout rates for Student Government Association candidates during last year’s SGA election, the current President and Vice President are preparing to make changes…

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A case for a media literacy requirement
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A case for a media literacy requirement

Media literacy, the ability to analyze and evaluate media, has become a hot-button issue in the past two or three years. Social media has allowed so-called “fake news”…

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UMBC TV – how to follow the Retrievers all year long
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UMBC TV – how to follow the Retrievers all year long

It started as a seemingly innocuous day for many people. It was another damp Friday morning that began with snow flurries over UMBC’s campus. By the time the…

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