Get involved, but know how much is too much
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Get involved, but know how much is too much

“College is going to be the best four years of your life,” is a phrase that students have heard from older adults. But amidst the days over-scheduled with…

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Heat outage affects UMBC buildings
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Heat outage affects UMBC buildings

Students received word on the morning of Monday, Oct. 22 that heating would be unavailable throughout most of the buildings on campus. UMBC’s community was further informed that…

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Inside the Bark: Jade Wilkins

The life of an average athlete is very strenuous, from handling practice to juggling school and trying to keep up with all things popular. Now imagine cranking that…

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Black & Gold Anatomy: from serving, to surgery
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Black & Gold Anatomy: from serving, to surgery

Being a student-athlete requires hours upon hours of commitment throughout the school year. From weightlifting, to practice, to game day, it takes a large amount of focus to…

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Student-run start-up works to prevent hate speech, harassment on myUMBC
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Student-run start-up works to prevent hate speech, harassment on myUMBC

When he is not putting in time as Chief Technical Officer of a startup or working through junior year of a computer science degree, you can find Eric…

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Please RateMyProfessor to keep me from suffering
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Please RateMyProfessor to keep me from suffering

During my time at UMBC, I have gotten to know many students who base their schedule on how the professors teaching the classes were rated on RateMyProfessor. I…

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