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Extend & Elevate
At almost any given moment in the day, someone on campus is dancing. In a wide-ranging photo essay, UMBC Magazine reveals the mindfulness of bodies in motion at UMBC. Read more…

Marching into the Future
– By Scott McLemee

Anne Sarah Rubin’s scholarship on the Civil War is gaining attention not only for its excellence – but also for the bold way that it is pushing the boundaries of how scholars in the humanities present their work in the digital arena. Read More…

Fishing Without a Net
– By Anthony Lane
Will farming be the future of seafood? At UMBC’s Department of Marine Biotechnology, Yonathan Zohar and his colleagues are creating sustainable farms that may revolutionize our notions of fishing and seafood. Read More…

Man (of the) Walking Dead
– By Arnold T. Blumberg ’93, English

Zombies have been multiplying rapidly in our popular consciousness in recent years. Whether it’s the high drama of AMC’s new television hit The Walking Dead or the high comedy of Seth Grahame-Smith’s Jane Austen parody Pride and Prejudice and Zombies, the dead aren’t just walking, but marching on popular culture. Read More…

ALSO IN THIS ISSUE

– TO YOU

– UP ON THE ROOF

– THE NEWS

– AT PLAY

– DISCOVERY

– ALUMNI PROFILES

– HOW TO (NOT) BREAK YOUR HEART: With Jennifer Lepus, director, University Health Services

– OVER COFFEE: With UMBC soccer stars Giuliano Celenza ’03, sociology, and Levi Houapeu ’11

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