At its decennial, a look back at how MCS came to be
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At its decennial, a look back at how MCS came to be

UMBC’s media and communications studies department, which is currently celebrating its ten year anniversary, “was born in a log cabin in American Studies,” according to founding chair Jason…

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The story of Afro-Latin American history
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The story of Afro-Latin American history

The Mosaic hosted a lesson in diversity last week. This particular event is not a part of the Mosaic series, but it informed attendees about a specific group…

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Take back the year
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Take back the year

Every April, the Women’s Center hosts its sexual violence awareness program, Take Back the Night, to support survivors. While this month was no different, the discourse after the…

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UMBC to join the proposed Patapsco Arts and Entertainment District
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UMBC to join the proposed Patapsco Arts and Entertainment District

Arts and Entertainment districts are areas with tax and credit bonuses for businesses. On April 1, Baltimore County proposed the creation of the Patapsco Arts and Entertainment District.…

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Vivica C. Coxx: the life of a drag diva
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Vivica C. Coxx: the life of a drag diva

Campus Life’s Mosaic, Interfaith Center & Queer Student Lounge welcomed Justin Clapp, also known by her drag persona Vivica C. Coxx, who performed and spoke about her life…

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All within the universe
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All within the universe

Venus can be seen faintly from the UMBC observatory rooftop when the sun sets. Through the giant telescope of the UMBC observatory room, many stars and planets can be observed.…

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