This UMBC senior took a drab wall outside OCA Mocha and transformed it, giving local coffee lovers a floral feast for the eyes.
It’s widely accepted that you need to practice a skill for 10,000 hours before becoming an expert. Andrew Haberman has a different number in mind—20,000 throws.
A life-long ornithophile walks readers through spotting the Baltimore Oriole in its natural habitat.
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.
Lucky for us, UMBC’s Special Collections has an out of this world selection of fanzine treasures!
As a boy, John Klausmeier ’04, mechanical engineering, dreamed of working in the racing industry. He began working toward his current role as crew chief at Stewart-Haas when he was a student at UMBC, where he was able to take classes that would allow him to develop the skills needed to succeed in the motorsports industry.
With Lisa Soumphontphakdy ’14, Visual Arts
Back in 2012, Lisa Soumphontphakdy ’14,<span...
Transform a Farmers Market Food Cart into a Restaurant
—With Steve Chu ’12, economics, Nikhil Yesupriya’13, biology and English and Ephrem Abebe’13, information...
Create Your Own Theatre Festival
—With Zach Michel ’09, geography and environmental systems, president of the Charm City Fringe Festival
Zach Michel ’09,...
Know If the Junk in Your Attic is a Valuable Antique
—With Robert Harrison ’80, history
Robert Harrison ’80, history, is fascinated by material...