Joe Biden and the hypocrisy of the Democrats
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Joe Biden and the hypocrisy of the Democrats

The hypocrisy of the Democratic Party is perhaps best embodied in Joe Biden, a man who recently announced his candidacy in the Democratic primaries. He is already enjoying…

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Letter to the Editor: Sam Saper on the unveiling of UMBC’s new logo
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Letter to the Editor: Sam Saper on the unveiling of UMBC’s new logo

I am writing in response to Maxi Wardcantori’s article about the school’s new logo, and also in response to the letter to the editor published recently which remarked…

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Letter to the Editor: Catherine Sansone on the unveiling of UMBC’s new logo
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Letter to the Editor: Catherine Sansone on the unveiling of UMBC’s new logo

The unveiling of UMBC’s new logo, and Ms. Wardcantori’s article couldn’t be timelier. I am currently enrolled in Myth, Memory, and the American Civil War, History 496, with…

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Notre Dame: a case study in why charity fails
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Notre Dame: a case study in why charity fails

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author. Realistically speaking, Notre Dame does not need all the money it has been getting. The two…

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Eat Less Chicken: The implications of UMBC’s decision to expand Chick-fil-A
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Eat Less Chicken: The implications of UMBC’s decision to expand Chick-fil-A

If there’s one thing consumers have learned, it’s that there are very few “good” corporations. Just scratching a bit below the surface, it’s easy to see that most…

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No such thing as normal: the argument against turning a blind eye
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No such thing as normal: the argument against turning a blind eye

The views expressed in this article are the views of the author.   There is an ongoing conversation about normalcy; about what is and is not, what should…

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