April 2015 Issue

It’s a bittersweet moment as the Spring semester ends. Many are graduating and continuing on to their paths of success.  As some of you may know (or not know), there will be a major change to our staff for the Fall semester. Our Production Manager, Robert Summerville, Editor in Chief, Jessica Greenstein, Business Manager Keiya West and…

Battle of the Boxes

Challenge accepted! I recently heard from some students that they find box subscriptions too expensive, so this month—my last month writing this column—I’ve decided to bring you one of the most affordable subscriptions available. The second box, while not one of the most expensive subscriptions, is not cheap by any means, but it is my…

Free agency leaves Ravens with more questions than answers

Free agency in the NFL got off to a busy start when it began on March 10. As a result, the Baltimore Ravens have lost several popular players who’ve been keys to their success over the last several seasons, providing several players from last year’s draft class with an opportunity to play a bigger role…

The laws of cooking

Peruvian Lomo Saltado Stir-fry with Potatoes and Mexican Hot Chocolate Pudding Editorial Note As sung in my favorite movie “The Sound of Music,” I leave and heave a sigh and say goodbye, the time has come for me to say goodbye. I’ve been writing this column now for two years and I love it and…

UB student nominated for University Systems of Maryland Board of Regents

The University of Baltimore may soon be well represented on the state University System’s executive board. Sydney Comitz, a senior in the Merrick School of Business and an early-entry student in the School of Law, has been nominated by Gov. Larry Hogan to be the student representative on the Board of Regents for the University System…

MD women get #1 seed, men #4 seed in NCAA tournaments

The Maryland women’s basketball team continues to get attention on the national scene for their strong play over the last several seasons, while the men’s team has finally made it to the tournament for the first time under its current head coach. The fourth-ranked women’s team was selected as the top seed in the Spokane,…