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Courting Controversy
– By Richard Byrne ’86
Are rulings by judges the best way to settle hot-button issues such as same-sex marriage and abortion? no, argues Robin L. West ’76, philosophy, a law professor at Georgetown University Law Center. Read more…

Tapping Into The Wire
– By Richard Byrne ’86
American Studies professor Kimberly Moffitt felt like a stranger when she moved to Baltimore. But her research on attitudes to the gritty HBO crime drama brought the city closer to home. Read more…

An Elemental Education
– By Ann Griswold
Spend a semester inside UMBC’s pioneering Chemistry Discovery Center and you’ll find that its successes are rooted in teamwork — and two hours a week without Twitter or Twinkies. Read More…

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– UP ON THE ROOF

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– DISCOVERY

– ALUMNI PROFILES

– HOW TO BE A POTTERY DETECTIVE

– OVER COFFEE

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