The real cause of school shootings

PC Paul Oh

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The real cause of school shootings

There has been an average of 156 school shootings per week since 2013. Although the underlying causes vary, one thing can be said for certain, many of the…

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Another case of police brutality

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Another case of police brutality

On a Monday afternoon a few weeks ago, a video of a sixteen year old African American girl being ripped from her chair by a police officer began to go viral,…

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First Amendment rights withheld from the press at University of Missouri
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First Amendment rights withheld from the press at University of Missouri

The First Amendment of the Constitution grants citizens of the United States the ability to have freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to peaceably assemble…

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Strict Baltimore curfews are no help to citizens

PC Patrick Alejandro

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Strict Baltimore curfews are no help to citizens

When the word “curfew” starts buzzing around Baltimore, it stirs memories of this year’s riots. A strict curfew was enforced for all non-essential personnel from 10 p.m. to…

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A deal for everyone
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A deal for everyone

Last week, House and Senate majority and minority leaders worked together to create a much needed two year budget deal. The deal raised the debt ceiling for the…

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Effective early evaluation

Sophomore English major Tiera Day tries to study for her upcoming week at the Retriever Learning Center on Sunday night.

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Effective early evaluation

One of UMBC’s standard policies is the teacher evaluations, less affectionately known as the “blue sheets.” These are used as an indication of success of a certain teacher…

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