The City Speaks Through D. Watkins

Students and faculty flooded to the dimly lit Wright Theater on the fifth floor of the student center for another MFA reading. This series has given promising authors who can relate to students of color and students who have experienced hardship. The room crowded with eager participants, awaiting the arrival of a University of Baltimore…

Maryland Starts Big, Falls Flat on Senior Day

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – It’s been a long, tough season for Maryland Terrapins football. Randy Edsall failed to make it through his fifth season as head coach; he was fired after Maryland’s 49-28 loss at Ohio State on October 10, and was replaced by Offensive Coordinator/Quarterbacks Coach Mike Locksley. However, that hasn’t helped matters much….

New student organization seeks social equality for women of color

By: Brianna Luu, Contributor A new organization on campus, the Women of Color Student Association, serves its students by providing theme based discussions on different issues surrounding women of color, while also taking part in encouraging women of color to grow in their leadership abilities. The organization is friendly and cultivates a feeling of community…

James L. Speros, the insight of an entrepreneur

By: Sakina Stamper, Contributor On Tuesday November 3, 2015, the University of Baltimore welcomed James L. Speros to the Student Center as he shared with students, faculty, and staff some insight on what his life has been like as an entrepreneur. Fully armed with an elaborate Power Point presentation, he took the audience on a…

Diversity, culture, and standing with Mizzou

The year 2015 and many before have demonstrated the rising racial tensions in America. Recently, African American students at Mizzou University expressed their concerns and demands regarding racial discrimination. The students decided enough was enough, causing an abrupt and violently negative reaction from some non African-Americans around them. The terrorist group known as the Ku…