UMBC honors Frederick Douglass Day with a Transcribe-a-Thon
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UMBC honors Frederick Douglass Day with a Transcribe-a-Thon

Frederick Douglass Day is celebrated to honor the birthday of the esteemed civil rights activist…

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U.S. Army Field Band sheds light on our military’s artistic side
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U.S. Army Field Band sheds light on our military’s artistic side

Recently, the United States Army Field Band paid UMBC’s very own Linehan concert hall a…

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Steel Magnolias: Revitalized by UMBC TheatreCOM
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Steel Magnolias: Revitalized by UMBC TheatreCOM

Men’s lacrosse starts season with upset against No. 20 Richmond
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Men’s lacrosse starts season with upset against No. 20 Richmond

The UMBC men’s lacrosse team started their season in the rain on Saturday, Feb. 10,…

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UMBC ends year with unusually high number of hate crimes

Another hate crime occurred in Potomac Hall on Nov. 29, further adding to the abnormally…

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UMBC’s Twelfth Night is a Play Worth Watching

William Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night” is known for withstanding time and continuing to dazzle and perplex generation…

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