As the series wraps up its final season, April Householder ‘95, co-editor of Feminist Perspectives on Orange is the New Black, shares some thoughts on the lasting impact of this groundbreaking show.
UMBC Magazine's longtime photographer Marlayna Demond '11 is used to going to great lengths to get her shot. A former Linehan Scholar, she climbs on tables and ladders...
Hundreds of Meyerhoff Scholars Program alumni gathered to celebrate the program’s 30th anniversary, and to thank Robert E. Meyerhoff for his bold vision.
This UMBC alumna not only routinely braves the comedy stage, she also offers up some wisdom for future comedians.
Good luck, Retrievers!
UMBC men’s basketball is officially heading to the America East championship final to defend our title. The Retrievers take on the Vermont Catamounts this...
This March 23, in celebration of Maryland Day, the Maryland Historical Society will launch a year-long retrospective of alumna Mimi Dietrich’s work at its Baltimore headquarters. Titled “Hometown Girl,” the show dives deep into her decades-long quilting career.
This weekend, while millions watch the biggest football event of the year, Maceo Thomas ’93 will celebrate community and resistance through capoeira.
Lucky for us, UMBC’s Special Collections has an out of this world selection of fanzine treasures!
Beneath the black and gold, and far beyond what might immediately catch your eye, lies a world of wonder. You just need to know where — and how — to look.
With their hearts in the work and their ears to the ground, the people behind some of UMBC’s longest-standing homegrown programs are solving big societal problems. But the work is never done.