UMBC students explore global pathways
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UMBC students explore global pathways

It is nine o’clock on a Thursday, and UMBC students Romi Pal and Connor Ganley are waiting with 23 other Albrecht Fellows at the Hammond’s Ferry Road Park…

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Science meets religion: Mark Lamontia and the origin of life
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Science meets religion: Mark Lamontia and the origin of life

The student organization CRU sponsored senior mechanical engineer and part-time lecturer Mark Lamontia to speak about how life began in the universe. The engineer examined various schools of…

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At Freedom Seder, an ancient story of liberation feels universal
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At Freedom Seder, an ancient story of liberation feels universal

UMBC Hillel’s Freedom Seder, held on the third floor of the University Center, strayed a bit from the traditional Seder formula. Typically, a Passover Seder is a dinner…

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The night of engineers
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The night of engineers

Helping benefit the health and well being of others is what the Engineers Without Borders, or the EWB, is about. Nick Sayers, a junior mechanical engineering major, is…

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Libraries Lead: UMBC takes full advantage of Library Week 2018
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Libraries Lead: UMBC takes full advantage of Library Week 2018

For one week a year, the American Library Association promotes a week-long celebration of the nation’s libraries. From public libraries to the libraries at private universities, the American…

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Why should students care about SGA?
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Why should students care about SGA?

In the Fall 2017 semester, the Student Government Association had a budget of $1,026,165. This budget comes from the Student Activity Fee, $49 that every UMBC student pays…

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