We Just Elected a Baby as President?

Alexander Rhett has not only become self aware, but also has just been elected President of the United States. Brace yourselves because FOTUS, the latest novel by author Kevin Kunudrum takes readers on a fascinating ride just in time for the 2020 election cycle. Almost instantly upon reading, we realize that little Alex is a…

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…

Town Mountain Comes to Baltimore

Town Mountain Comes to Baltimore  Bluegrass outfit Town Mountain found themselves guests of the Charm City region at The Soundry in nearby Columbia last month. On the evening of November 1, locals at The Soundry beamed with excitement as the Asheville-based quintet approached the stage. From the very beginning, the show was high – energy,…

Light City – Baltimore’s Annual Celebration

Nicknamed “Charm City”, Baltimore is home to the Inner Harbor, rich history, thriving arts scenes, and some of the nation’s best festivals attracting both lifelong Baltimoreans, tourists, and everyone in between. Light City, the country’s first large-scale festival of art, music, and innovation is in its fourth year in Baltimore and continues to earn praise…

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…