Commuter meal plans don’t add up

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Commuter meal plans don’t add up

On the surface, meal plans at UMBC are very convenient for students. All students have to do is pull out their red card, swipe and hope they did…

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The end of the Donald
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The end of the Donald

When Donald Trump walked in to the Reagan Library last week for the second Republican Debate, he was still the frontrunner. When he walked out three hours later,…

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An untimely settlement

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An untimely settlement

After weeks of discussion between city leaders, Maryland agreed to a $6.4 million settlement with Freddie Gray’s family. The money will be distributed throughout two fiscal years: $2.8…

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Involvement Fest moves forward, leaves some students behind

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Involvement Fest moves forward, leaves some students behind

The Office of Student Life is making strides to make student organizations more accessible. A lot of students begin their time at UMBC by asking, “how do I…

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U.S. emigrates away from Syrian crisis
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U.S. emigrates away from Syrian crisis

Syria is experiencing a mass exodus of citizens due to the current war-torn state of their country. Other Middle Eastern and European nations are stepping up and taking…

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A very good deal
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A very good deal

On September 10, the US Senate failed to pass a disapproval resolution of the Iranian nuclear deal, securing a huge victory not just for President Obama, but also…

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