Letter to the Editor

With Hispanic Heritage Month upon us, I’ve been thinking about what I can teach my middle school Spanish 1 students — lessons far beyond how to express themselves…

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To Work or Not to Work?

That is the Question By Aviva Zapinsky Contributing Writer avivaz1@umbc.edu For many students working part-time jobs is a question of necessity, but balancing the course-load with their jobs…

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STEM women try to advance in a man’s world

UMBC needs to better support STEM undergraduate females By Tahsin Khan Senior Staff Writer tkhan3@umbc.edu Although UMBC is a STEM powerhouse, they should do more to make sure…

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Phys. ed means lower stress, more socializing
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Phys. ed means lower stress, more socializing

Fitness classes don’t deserve their bad reputation By Kimberlee Green Contributing Writer kimbgre1@umbc.edu In Maryland every semester, college students are required to take courses to fulfill general education…

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Baltimore for the bored

For students stuck on campus, the city is a gold mine By Tahsin Khan Senior Staff Writer tkhan3@umbc.edu It’s true, we are not a party school. In fact,…

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Students struggle to meet dietary needs

Navigating on-campus dining options with dietary restrictions Staff Editorial College can be a trying time for any student. Between academics, jobs and social situations, students can become easily…

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