UB Hopes BPD Can Cure Financial Woes

UB students, this past September, learned that the university had agreed to a deal with the Baltimore Police Department to the tune of more than six million dollars over a five-year period.  The deal was not without controversy. Supporters hailed the deal as a solution to the more than 6 million dollar (6.5 million to…

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…

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…

Theo Anthony discusses his new documentary, Rat Film

Aww, rats! By: David A. Chiodaroli Staff Writer For Baltimore resident and independent filmmaker Theo Anthony, it all started with a rat in a trashcan. “I was coming home from the bar one night and I heard this sound coming from a trashcan,”Anthony says. “So, I took out my cellphone and I just started filming.”…