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Sturgis Drag Racing Recap - Western Motorcycle Drag Racing Association


Sturgis Dragway was the perfect backdrop for the grass roots motorcycle drag racing of the 3rd Annual AMSOIL Sturgis Nationals, held August 5 and 6 during the 74th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.  582 more words


Stacy Sprewer Joins Communications Staff

In May of 2014 I graduated from the University of Colorado Colorado Springs with a dual degree in Visual and Performing Arts and General Communication. Graduating from college is always an exciting and scary time. 478 more words

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Runner of the Week

The first Runner Of The Week award is given to Javier Victorino.  Javier is a freshman, and competed in his first cross country race EVER.   55 more words

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Scott Casper, Dean of the College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, on WYPR's Humanities Connection

Who are we and where have we been are questions fundamental to the human existence that are studied by UMBC students as part of a well-rounded liberal arts education.  210 more words


Thomas Schaller, Political Science, Op-Ed in The Baltimore Sun

In his latest column in The Baltimore Sun, Political Science Professor and Chair Thomas Schaller wrote about two major developments that have the potential to revolutionize collegiate athletics: an NCAA ruling that gave five major conferences greater autonomy and a federal judge ruling that stated the NCAA violated the Sherman Anti-Trust Act by profiting from the images of student-athletes without compensating them. 77 more words


Donald Norris, Public Policy, in The Baltimore Sun and on FOX 45

As the race for Maryland governor picks up in intensity in the coming weeks heading into the fall, Public Policy Professor and Chair Donald Norris was in the news this past week providing analysis on the state of the campaign. 233 more words


FBI hunts for Islamic State supporters in the United States

Officially, the FBI agents who swarmed Donald Ray Morgan at Kennedy Airport this month were there to arrest him on a mundane gun charge. But they whisked him away to their Manhattan office and grilled him for two hours on an entirely different topic: Islamic State extremists. 821 more words

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