Treading lightly

Difficulties in war on ISIS President Obama and other public officials need to re-evaluate the request for authorization of war against ISIS. There are many other factors that…

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Snowed out
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Snowed out

Sidewalks often covered in snow When campus remains open after a snowstorm, sidewalks are often still icy or slushy. While ice skating is fun, no one expects to…

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A dream deferred

UMBC’s ambivalence in the face of change Given the sudden influx of global action over the past year or so, students of UMBC have recently been exposed to…

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New term renders new tuition hikes

Increases in tuition unexpected and lofty Increased tuition for UMBC students worsens an already large burden. It seems that higher education, the stepping-stone to prosperity, is getting more…

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Catch a good spot with carpooling
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Catch a good spot with carpooling

Slow start, but steady finish for UMBC’s casual carpooling program Carpooling at UMBC used to appear obsolete, but now with the growth of more events and an active…

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Small classes, bigger impact
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Small classes, bigger impact

Small classes engender more learning in universities UMBC’s lectures are currently in the province of the professor to decide whether or not the lecture component of the class…

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