UMBC embodies innovation by cutting off water on campus
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UMBC embodies innovation by cutting off water on campus

This is a work of satire. In the never-ending pursuit of ingenuity and innovation, UMBC emerges as a truly avant-garde thinker in their approach to economic and environmental…

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The benefits of CMI for students and staff
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The benefits of CMI for students and staff

Starting Spring 2016, the Course Materials Initiative was created in the hopes that it could reduce the price of textbooks while making them more accessible to students. It…

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New isn’t always better: the updated myUMBC website disappoints
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New isn’t always better: the updated myUMBC website disappoints

Students who returned to UMBC this fall were greeted by a new version of the myUMBC website. The updated website features a smooth new homepage with bright colors…

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Scientists agree: capitalism cannot kick climate change
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Scientists agree: capitalism cannot kick climate change

A new report shared with the UN Secretary-General by an independent team of climate scientists conveys a simple message: capitalism as a worldwide economic system cannot deal with…

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UMBC still mourning after victory against UVA
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UMBC still mourning after victory against UVA

This is a work of satire. Ever since last semester, students have been leaving UMBC by the masses. A sense of betrayal, hurt and disgust pervade every inch…

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How UMBC can improve access to stationery on campus
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How UMBC can improve access to stationery on campus

For students and staff rushing to and from class, the ability to buy their office supplies quickly is essential for being prepared for their day. Mark Beachy, a…

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