The blizzard’s passed, but the roads aren’t clear: what’s available or operating on campus?
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The blizzard’s passed, but the roads aren’t clear: what’s available or operating on campus?

On Sunday, Jan. 24, UMBC announced that campus will be closed Saturday the 23 and Sunday the 24. Furthermore, the move-in date for residents will be postponed to January…

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Homer W. Schamp Jr., founding Provost of UMBC, passes away
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Homer W. Schamp Jr., founding Provost of UMBC, passes away

The UMBC community lost a critical figure from its history earlier this month. Homer W. Schamp Jr., UMBC’s founding dean of faculty and provost, passed away at the…

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Collegiate activism in Maryland

Protesters in support of police reform march down Pratt St. towards the rally at City Hall.

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Collegiate activism in Maryland

On November 17, UMBC student Vanessa D. Barksdale gave an educational lecture regarding her research about the evolution of collegiate activism in Maryland colleges. “Given the Baltimore uprisings…

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All of our fates are linked
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All of our fates are linked

On Wednesday, Nov. 11, the department of Africana studies at UMBC hosted the 37th Annual W.E.B. Du Bois Distinguished Lecture. The lectures offer new contributions to intercultural dialogue…

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UMBC globally ranked as one of the best universities in the geosciences
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UMBC globally ranked as one of the best universities in the geosciences

The National Taiwan University Ranking has included UMBC in its 2015 Performance Ranking of Scientific Papers for World Universities. The NTU Ranking is calculated based on the evaluation…

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Cheaper digital content with Course Materials Initiative
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Cheaper digital content with Course Materials Initiative

A team of four individuals came before the SGA Senate on Monday, October 12, to present an initiative that has been in the making for years. The initiative’s…

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