Phil Stern resigns following administrative leave
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Phil Stern resigns following administrative leave

On a partly cloudy day with a brim of sunshine, the UMBC community was put in a state of disbelief with the shocking news that former women’s basketball…

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Sound like a broken record? the Retrievers are the America East Champions
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Sound like a broken record? the Retrievers are the America East Champions

UMBC Swimming & Diving has always been a powerhouse in the America East Conference. The women’s team has won three of the last four championships, falling last season…

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Hot and Cold: Men’s basketball struggles with quick turnaround
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Hot and Cold: Men’s basketball struggles with quick turnaround

There is a reason why sports are not decided on paper. One would imagine that the Vermont Catamounts, playing at full strength with their best player Anthony Lamb,…

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Opinion: I’m done with the NFL.

Writer Zac McCord reporting at the game in Bimini. Photo by Alex McKenzie

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Opinion: I’m done with the NFL.

The NFL is out of touch with its base. What could have been a sweet victory for the NFL quickly turned into a bitter defeat, and suddenly the…

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Men’s lacrosse season preview

Players preparing for a game last season. Photo by Ian Fieldmann

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Men’s lacrosse season preview

Since the beginning of time, people have used sounds to identify with a multitude of things, from the chirping of the birds to signify the start of the…

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Close Call: UMBC holds on to defeat Maine

Graduate-forward Joe Sherburne scored 21 points during the game against Maine Photo by Alex McKenzie

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Close Call: UMBC holds on to defeat Maine

Controversy surrounded the end of the America East conference match-up between the UMBC men’s basketball team and the Maine Black Bears, however, through the first 39 and a…

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