FEATURES

From Aspiration to Achievement
– By Richard Byrne ’86
Twenty years ago, UMBC sought a greater academic reputation and a deeper sense of community. It advanced both goals under the leadership of President Freeman A. Hrabowski, III. Read more…

Staging the Struggle
– Introduction by Richard Byrne ’86, Text by Maurice Berger, Research Professor and Senior Curator at UMBC Center for Art, Design and Visual Culture
For All the World to See — the award-winning exhibit on the role of visual culture in America’s Civil Rights movement created at UMBC — makes a triumphant return to campus. Read More…

141 Characters in Search of an Audience
– By Richard Byrne ’86
Can Alli Houseworth ’03 save American theatre? She’s trying: one tweet at a time. Read more…

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

– TO YOU

– UP ON THE ROOF

– THE NEWS

– AT PLAY

– DISCOVERY

– ALUMNI PROFILES

– HOW TO WIN A BLIND TASTE TEST (WITH SCIENCE!): With Josh Wilhide ’10 M.S., chemistry

– OVER COFFEE: With Jason Loviglio, director of the Media & Communication Studies major, and Donald Snyder, lecturer and director of the MCS internship program

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