Category: Higher Ed

May 15, 2008

UMBC and ROTC, continued

Filed under: Education, Higher Ed, Military, UMBC - 15 May 2008

Baltimore Sun
The faculty senate at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County voted this week in favor of establishing a permanent ROTC site on the Catonsville campus, but dozens of members of the campus community protested the proposal yesterday, objecting …

May 9, 2008

ROTC controversy at UMBC

Filed under: Education, Higher Ed, Military, UMBC, Baltimore County - 09 May 2008

The following letter was sent to members of the UMBC community via e-mail:
TO: The UMBC Community

May 5, 2008

Plebe found dead at Annapolis

Filed under: Military, USNA, Annapolis - 05 May 2008
A female midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy has died after her roommates found her unconscious and not breathing in her bed.

The service academy says the first-year student was pronounced dead at Anne Arundel Medical Center a short time …

May 2, 2008

Release: UMBC president on CNN tonight

Filed under: Education, Higher Ed, UMBC, Television, Media, press releases - 02 May 2008

UMBC release
President Hrabowski on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360

Interview Scheduled to Air 10 p.m. Friday, May 2

Mike Lurie
Office: 410-455-6380
Cellphone: 443-695-0262
[email protected]

An interview with UMBC President Freeman Hrabowski is scheduled to air nationally on the CNN program, Anderson Cooper 360, at 10 …

April 22, 2008

UMBC sued by pro-life group over free speech zones

Filed under: Higher Ed, UMBC, Baltimore County, Legal News - 22 Apr 2008

The Retriever Weekly
An attorney acting on behalf of UMBC’s pro-life student organization, Rock for Life, hopes their lawsuit filed against UMBC will cause the school’s speech zone and speech code policies to be declared unconstitutional and force university officials …

March 30, 2008

Proposed Congressional Bowl in DC signs Navy, ACC

Filed under: College Football, USNA - 30 Mar 2008

Bill Wagner
The proposed Congressional Bowl took a major step toward becoming a reality on Monday when it signed an agreement with the Atlantic Coast Conference.
Sean Metcalf, co-founder of the District of Columbia Bowl Commission, …

March 27, 2008

Beaten UMBC student speaks

Filed under: Crime, UMBC, Baltimore City, clubs - 27 Mar 2008

he college student attacked during a fight in a Fells Point bar tells her side of the story, hours after she’s released from the hospital.

Earica Flood doesn’t understand why she was attacked and why no one called an ambulance. …

March 25, 2008

UMBC student beaten in Fell’s Point bar

Filed under: UMBC, Baltimore City, bars - 25 Mar 2008

A UMBC student is recovering at a hospital after she was attacked at a bar in Fells Point over the weekend.

Earica Flood, 22, was attacked early Sunday morning at Cheerleaders Bar on Broadway near the square in Fells …

Regents expected to raise college room and board

Filed under: Higher Ed, Maryland Government - 25 Mar 2008
Wednesday morning the Committee on Finance of the University System of Maryland (USM) Board of Regents will meet at UMBC and proposed increases in room and board and parking will be presented.

A preliminary decision will be made and then …

March 18, 2008

Terps win in NIT

Filed under: College Sports, College Hoops, UMCP - 18 Mar 2008

The Maryland Terrapins defeated the Minnesota Golden Gophers in the first round of the NIT tonight by a final score of 68-58. The Terps will face the Syracuse Orange in the next round.

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