UMBC’s Elect Her workshop evoking positive change on campus
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UMBC’s Elect Her workshop evoking positive change on campus

Since the start of the Elect Her workshop four years ago, the percentage of women…

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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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Personalizing education with interdisciplinary studies
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Personalizing education with interdisciplinary studies

Interdisciplinary study is a concept and a major that has been underrated for decades. However,…

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STEM women still fighting for equal representation
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STEM women still fighting for equal representation

Women in the STEM fields have faced much opposition in their fight for equal representation.…

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Protect college students by keeping the gainful employment law
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Protect college students by keeping the gainful employment law

Betsy DeVos and her new administration may only be in the beginning stages of their…

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UMBC should facilitate more dialogue across both sides of the political spectrum
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UMBC should facilitate more dialogue across both sides of the political spectrum

In today‚Äôs modern world, nearly every student has all the information they could ever want…

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