Sergeant Cheatem and Officer Chip sit down for a job interview.
This December, we celebrated the achievements and accomplishments of the class of 2019. President Freeman Hrabowski addressed the magnitude of these ceremonies saying, “Today, graduates, this is a time for dreams fulfilled.”
UMBC is taking a holistic approach to its health services with additional preventative and new support resources for its students.
Think of your second-grade volcano project, but the baking soda and vinegar “eruption” is happening inside an enclosed vessel, propelling the car forward down a track.
New UMBC women’s basketball coach Johnetta Hayes hopes to create change within her team—but not only on the basketball court.
In this first year of Baltimore’s mash-up of eclectic and electric art festival Light City and the annual book festival—a hybrid called Brilliant Baltimore—UMBC shone brightly.
Mama’s Boy Dan Eiskant ’19, media and communication studies, took the American Ninja Warrior challenge head-on and has competed two trials so far. He’s also teaching the next generation of ANJ hopefuls.
“We want to help students create meals that are easy to cook, but also well-rounded and full of nutrients,” explains Sachs, UMBC’s dietitian.
Homecoming at UMBC is a time to reconnect, see how much the campus has grown, and show your Retriever pride. Don’t miss out!
Most new students can’t wait to get their college careers started. This group of dedicated Retrievers really couldn’t wait. Through UMBC’s new Dawg Days Abroad program, nearly 30...