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…

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From eggplant to “Aubergine”: the generational power of food
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From eggplant to “Aubergine”: the generational power of food

Aubergine sounds so much better than eggplant. It takes a simple word, a simple food,…

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The “Skeleton Crew” of a play
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The “Skeleton Crew” of a play

The third installment in playwright Dominique Morisseau’s play cycle entitled “The Detroit Projects” opened recently…

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A “Long Day’s Journey into Night”
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A “Long Day’s Journey into Night”

“There’s nothing like watching the slow unraveling of another human being,” my friend said as…

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Expanding the canon: Women’s voices in theater
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Expanding the canon: Women’s voices in theater

“The press release says something about the ‘absurdities of motherhood,’” Dawn Ursula says of the…

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“The Revolutionists” charge into Baltimore

It’s always incredibly refreshing to sit down to a play written by a woman, about…

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