“The Hunting Ground” sparks angered response from universities
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“The Hunting Ground” sparks angered response from universities

CNN aired the highly anticipated documentary “The Hunting Ground” on November 22, which focuses on students who have been victims of sexual assault at colleges across the country. It…

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Strike down the death penalty
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Strike down the death penalty

Supreme Court Associate Justice Antonin Scalia recently made the remark that it “wouldn’t surprise” him if the Supreme Court strikes down capital punishment soon. Over 1,000 people have been…

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Western bias in worldwide awareness
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Western bias in worldwide awareness

Recently, the news and social media have become saturated with reports and opinions on the horrible attacks in France that were perpetrated by ISIS. People worldwide are voicing…

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Give (me a break…) thanks!
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Give (me a break…) thanks!

With Thanksgiving break fast approaching, students and faculty rush to make deadlines, make travel plans and make room for food. While the latter isn’t so bad, could the…

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The wrong identity

America loves to group its people together. As much as we brag about being the most diverse nation in the world, it hides the fact that so many…

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UMBC’s registration system needs renovating
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UMBC’s registration system needs renovating

The headache of registering for classes has always been an issue for students. After getting past the typically useless advising meetings, students are left to register for their…

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