Access for all: UMBC’s first multi-user all-gender restrooms
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Access for all: UMBC’s first multi-user all-gender restrooms

Over the summer, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County opened multi-user all-gender restrooms in five buildings on campus in an effort to accommodate LGBTQ students who are uncomfortable…

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Staff Editorial: Dear new UMBC students
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Staff Editorial: Dear new UMBC students

Dear new UMBC students: You’ve made it through your first two weeks. Now that the excitement is waning and you’re probably having to deal with some unexpected problems,…

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Restorative practices to be implemented widely across campus
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Restorative practices to be implemented widely across campus

Lauren Mauriello begins her meetings by setting community standards. The Assistant Director of Student Conduct opened her workshops at LeadingOrgs, a mandatory student organization leadership training, by asking…

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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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