At Freedom Seder, an ancient story of liberation feels universal
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At Freedom Seder, an ancient story of liberation feels universal

UMBC Hillel’s Freedom Seder, held on the third floor of the University Center, strayed a bit from the traditional Seder formula. Typically, a Passover Seder is a dinner…

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Why should students care about SGA?
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Why should students care about SGA?

In the Fall 2017 semester, the Student Government Association had a budget of $1,026,165. This budget comes from the Student Activity Fee, $49 that every UMBC student pays…

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At its decennial, a look back at how MCS came to be
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At its decennial, a look back at how MCS came to be

UMBC’s media and communications studies department, which is currently celebrating its ten year anniversary, “was born in a log cabin in American Studies,” according to founding chair Jason…

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Take back the year
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Take back the year

Every April, the Women’s Center hosts its sexual violence awareness program, Take Back the Night, to support survivors. While this month was no different, the discourse after the…

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Student dance majors dazzle at senior show
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Student dance majors dazzle at senior show

Friday night’s senior dance concert in the Dance Cube of UMBC’s Performing Arts and Humanities Building created poetry with movement, striking emotional chords in the audience throughout the…

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Your friendly neighborhood gentrification: Baltimore in search of heroes
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Your friendly neighborhood gentrification: Baltimore in search of heroes

In most neighborhoods, a “for sale” sign may be a positive change. Finally, nice neighbors who have recently adopted a Yorkie. But this scenario is unlikely for neighborhoods ranked…

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