UMBC across the sea: The climate crisis can unite us
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UMBC across the sea: The climate crisis can unite us

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author. While studying abroad, it’s easy to get quite isolated in terms of news. It’s true that…

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UMBC faculty member heads national collegiate democracy movement
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UMBC faculty member heads national collegiate democracy movement

University of Maryland, Baltimore County’s Center for Democracy and Civic Life was created last year to encourage students, faculty and staff to become civic agents in their community.…

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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

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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