November’s midterm elections are some of the most eagerly awaited, closely watched and hyperpartisan for many years. But the results for many congressional House seats are already known because the election will occur at a time of rampant gerrymandering.
On Oct. 23, between 6:02 a.m. and 6:02 p.m., chemists celebrate Mole Day — a day to celebrate a very important idea in the sub-microscopic world.
When the British street artist Banksy shredded his “Girl With Balloon” after it was purchased for US$1.4 million at Sotheby’s, did he know how the art world would react?
Opportunities for learning these skills are everywhere – and there are simple, enjoyable activities that parents can lead to foster these skills.
Gay rights advocates worldwide celebrated the legal victory.
As we enter the traditional, post-Labor Day sprint in the campaign season, voters may want to consider how much their vote really counts.
The restoration of Maryland’s Blode Dam is a one-of-a-kind natural experiment that will help test how relatively inexpensive drones can help scientists understand the integrity of streams and rivers.
Every day there are roughly 386,000 new mouths to feed, and in that same 24 hours, scientists estimate between one and 100 species will go extinct. That’s it. Lost forever.
Imagine having the chance to put down your books and computers, and hit the open road. For a growing number of UMBC students, summer study abroad offers the opportunity to explore new cultures, meet interesting people, and see the beauties of the world first-hand.
Back in the day, most teens had some sort of job lined up for the summer. Recently, however, that seems to be no longer the case.