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Lessons in attending lectures

Why our administration should dodge the trend of mandatory attendance  UMBC’s lectures are currently in the province of the professor – to decide whether or not the lecture…

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Construction at UMBC — A Perpetual Nuisance

Frequent delays in construction pose a hassle to students Few would argue that enhancement of our facilities isn’t a good thing, but could the campus construction have been…

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Flooding in the forecast

UMBC lacks adequate care for walkways in inclement weather Even after many construction and improvement projects to better draining conditions on UMBC’s campus, some areas still cause major…

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Holiday spiritless

Minority religions not given off for their holidays Getting rid of mentions of any religious holidays in regards to school breaks doesn’t actually fix the problem, it just…

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Secular schooling

Removing references to religion in schools’ breaks for the best It is impractical to close public schools for all religious holidays. There was a recent uproar amongst the…

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Does anyone know about UMBC’s mental health services?

Frank Warren’s PostSecret Lecture started mental health conversation, let’s continue it Mental illness is a prevalent issue on college campuses, and it is important to provide adequate resources…

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