Open primaries: combating the political polarization in America
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Open primaries: combating the political polarization in America

As of the 2016 presidential election, 23 of the 50 United States operate under some…

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UMBC’s athletic fees are unjust and unfair
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UMBC’s athletic fees are unjust and unfair

Jessica Hammond, the senior associate athletic director at UMBC, took the podium at SGA’s student…

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Sanctuary campus: rooting for ourselves
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Sanctuary campus: rooting for ourselves

Churches in southern California have begun in recent months to build a modern day underground…

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Limited handicap routes on campus deny accessibility
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Limited handicap routes on campus deny accessibility

For most UMBC students, physical accessibility and difficulties navigating campus do not demand much thought.…

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Checks and balances: an uncertain future for the intelligence sector
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Checks and balances: an uncertain future for the intelligence sector

When James Comey, current director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, publicly released a letter…

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Textbook tears: not worth the expense
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Textbook tears: not worth the expense

Janice Jackson, a music professor at UMBC, held up her hands in surprise in front…

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