Investigation into the student who spoiled Avengers: Endgame
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Investigation into the student who spoiled Avengers: Endgame

This is a work of satire. It started out as a normal day of class, down in the Engineering lecture hall, with Professor Eric Anderson lecturing on the…

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Students plan to bring TEDx to UMBC’s campus
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Students plan to bring TEDx to UMBC’s campus

For entrepreneurs, innovators and professionals, presenting a TED Talk is the height of one’s career. Although there is only one TED conference and it is both highly selective…

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Eat Less Chicken: The implications of UMBC’s decision to expand Chick-fil-A
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Eat Less Chicken: The implications of UMBC’s decision to expand Chick-fil-A

If there’s one thing consumers have learned, it’s that there are very few “good” corporations. Just scratching a bit below the surface, it’s easy to see that most…

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2019 SGA election introduces new election procedures

Voters, could use in-person polling stations, like this one in front of Lecture Hall 1, to vote in this year's SGA election. This was one of several changes the organization made to their election process. Photo by Ian Feldmann.

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2019 SGA election introduces new election procedures

Incoming officers of the Student Government Association for the 2019-20 school year were announced on Friday after online and in-person voting. While most students are familiar with SGA,…

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Solidarity is better than allyship
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Solidarity is better than allyship

“Allyship” is a concept featured heavily in modern social justice movements. UMBC even has an “Intern for Cultural Humility and Student Allyship” at the Mosaic Center and regular…

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A Hidden Oasis for Stress Relief
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A Hidden Oasis for Stress Relief

A common problem students face is what to do when they find themselves stressed but not sure how to relieve it. Often, because it is situational, it may…

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