Mitchell “Misha” Betenbaugh makes badminton challenges his social racket
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Mitchell “Misha” Betenbaugh makes badminton challenges his social racket

“Badminton gets a bad rep for being a childish sport,” laments Perry Hall High School graduate Kevin Vieira. “I like to show people there’s more to badminton than…

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Placer saves the day
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Placer saves the day

Down 18 points with 12:28 left to play, the UMBC Retrievers men’s basketball team had their backs against the wall. Their trademark shut-down defense had yet to show…

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Phil Stern resigns following administrative leave
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Phil Stern resigns following administrative leave

On a partly cloudy day with a brim of sunshine, the UMBC community was put in a state of disbelief with the shocking news that former women’s basketball…

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Bernie Sanders enters 2020 presidential race to fight against old age
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Bernie Sanders enters 2020 presidential race to fight against old age

This is a work of satire. Bursting onto the scene with as much gusto as his aging 77 year-old body could muster, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders declared that…

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Why I don’t feel bad that “you can’t say what you want anymore”
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Why I don’t feel bad that “you can’t say what you want anymore”

I was scrolling through Twitter, when I came across the now infamous Esquire cover article about “The Life of an American Boy at 17.” There was so much to…

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One year after Black Panther, Black History Month feels different
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One year after Black Panther, Black History Month feels different

This Black History Month feels different to me. The coverage I have seen lacks the same level of emphasis on the black people who have done amazing and…

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