UB Ethics Bowl Wins Regionals; Heads to Atlanta in Spring 2020

UB Ethics Bowl team members will be packing their bags for Atlanta soon as they placed first in the regional ethics bowl contest in Jacksonville, Florida last month. On November 9, 2019, students Jayla Rae Foster, J.C. Lloyd, Hugh Norko (who is also Baltimore editor for the UB Post), and Daniel Gellasch led the team…

UB Online Degree Ranks 5th in Maryland

University of Baltimore has catered to non-traditional students by offering primarily evening and distance learning courses ever since the founding of the university in 1925. Technological advancements have allowed for this legacy to continue with cheap, high quality online degrees.  These efforts have been recognized as the University of Baltimore is the 5th best online…

World Record Holder Attempts to Save Endangered Species

By Taryn Womack It’s the time of year again when the “weirdos” come out of their shells for a moment to hop onto a website and sign up for GISHWHES. What is GISHWHES? That would be the Greatest International Scavenger Hunt The World Has Ever Seen. This Guinness World Record holder has thousands of participants…

Furloughed Federal Employees

Federal Employees Put on Leave or Forced to Work Without Pay During the Shutdown By Taryn Womack, Intern Starting the 22nd of December, President Donald Trump pushed the United States government into a shutdown over funding for his border wall. While many people support this decision and believe it is the right thing to do…

Florence v. Carolinas

Hurricane Florence Tears Carolinas Apart By Olivia Dudley As the skies begin to clear, the damage of Hurricane Florence is being seen across the nation after causing distress throughout the month of September. Florence annihilated neighborhoods, destroyed power lines, and terminated the lives of over 40 people in the Carolinas. Starting near the closing weeks…