Editor’s Review: The Director: A Memoir by J.K. Stein

Length: 162 pages Content: Mature Genre: Memoir Quality Rating: 5/5 stars   The Director by J.K. Stein is a memoir that will hit you so hard you will almost wish it doesn’t exist. In less than two hundred pages, Stein captivates the reader with a story that will mesmerize, disturb, and, ultimately, leave them with…

Letter From the Editor: April 2018

Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known”  -Carl Sagan Welcome back from break UB Community, I don’t mean to sound cheesy, but isn’t it crazy how much our lives change in such a short amount of time? One day you’re sitting on the couch in your onesie writing three different papers at once with…

The New UB

Welcome to “UB Should Know…”. Here, you will find a variety of different debates, discussions, and interests that you and your fellow peers are passionate about. Topics from art museums closing down to scientific breakthroughs to conspiracy theories can be discussed here between up to four people, not including your moderator. If you wish to…

Amongst the Stars

Science mourns the loss of Stephen Hawking By Olivia Dudley Editor in Chief On March 14th, 2018, renowned physicist Stephen Hawking peacefully passed away at the age of 76 in his Cambridge home surrounded by family. He will forever be remembered for his fascinating studies of quantum physics, black holes, and gravitational singularity theorems. Throughout his…

Cyclists get social

Bike events in Baltimore—and at UB By Laura Melamed Contributor The weather is getting warmer. It’s time to check out some fun bike events around town. Here’s a few I think sound pretty cool. Bike Swap and Social Saturday April 7, 2018 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Baltimore Streetcar Museum 1911 Falls Road I had…