Women of the Night’s Watch
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Women of the Night’s Watch

Things are not always black and white, except Marie Machin’s latest photo series of women…

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Walking on Words
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Walking on Words

When asked where she finds inspiration for writing poetry, Professor Lia Purpura will tell anyone,…

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Glass, Oil, and Blood: their link to humanity
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Glass, Oil, and Blood: their link to humanity

“Glass, Oil, and Blood” is the latest art exhibition in the Center for Art, Design,…

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Tim Seibles performs poetry reading at A.O. K. library
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Tim Seibles performs poetry reading at A.O. K. library

From staff to students, there are many poets who call UMBC home. Tim Seibles, a…

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Do emotional support animals delegitimize working service dogs?
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Do emotional support animals delegitimize working service dogs?

Almost anyone who knows or owns a dog can attest that dogs bring happiness. Even…

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Open hearts at open mic: every Thursday at Peace and A Cup of Joe’s
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Open hearts at open mic: every Thursday at Peace and A Cup of Joe’s

“Twerk wave” is the new term to describe a group of people who begin twerking…

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