Caucuses counter the democratic process
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Caucuses counter the democratic process

This past week, the residents of Iowa voted for their top choice as the Democratic and Republican nominee for the President of the United States. However, Iowans voted through a…

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More than just a number
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More than just a number

Students have the power to advocate for their grades. It’s very easy to overlook the fact that students can attend office hours and talk with their professors about…

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Unfair differences separate PHA women, IFC men
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Unfair differences separate PHA women, IFC men

With UMBC’s Interfraternity Council’s rush having just ended and Panhellenic Association’s in its early stages, it is clear that there exists a wide gap between the behavioral expectations of IFC…

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Give Obama a break
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Give Obama a break

In his final State of the Union, President Barack Obama did an excellent job at addressing the progress he has made throughout his eight years in office. From…

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Winter session perils
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Winter session perils

Taking classes over winter break seems like a solid way to get ahead – or get back on track – academically. This goldmine of education comes at a hefty cost…

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Yes Bernie Can
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Yes Bernie Can

Hillary Clinton has been fearing this day since she launched her campaign. New Democratic Presidential Nomination Polls in Iowa have Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton in a deadlock. Out…

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