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Baltimore’s Green Party candidate for President

Article by: Jonah Schweitzer Ian Schlakman’s focus seems to be local. His approaches to both politics, and to activism are aimed at making substantial changes, on a small scale. Ironically, he’s currently campaigning to be president of the United States. Ian Schlakman is seeking the Green Party’s nomination to be their presidential candidate. He’s a

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Sexual Misconduct at a Top Baltimore Restaurant

Photo Credit: Upsurve Article by Joshua Greenberg  In the wake of the Harvey Weinstein scandals, several high profile industries have come under fire for allowing a system of discrimination and sexual misconduct to haunt the professional careers of women. Because so many of these stories have addressed the careers of prominent men, it is important

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What to Do In and Around Baltimore: March 30th-April 1st 2018

Photo Credit: Toronto Sun Article by Destiny Lugardo Orioles Opening Weekend: March 31st-April 1st; Orioles Park @ Camden Yards Opening day, the first day of the Major League Baseball season, is basically a holiday here in the Baltimore area. After witnessing the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens miss out on the playoffs on the last day of

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How to Get to BWI Airport on a Budget

Images from Travel Thru History and Infinite Flight Community Article by Ben Libeskind  As spring break nears, many students prepare to fly out from Baltimore Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI). Unfortunately, the hassles of flying begin before arrival at the airport. Getting to the airport can be a challenge especially when time and budget is

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Goucher Grub: Bird in Hand

  Article by Ruby Ranson Feeling claustrophobic, overwhelmed or distracted on campus? Bird in Hand, a coffee shop bookstore collaboration between Artifact Coffee and The Ivy Bookstore, is a great spot in Baltimore for off-campus studying, group work or a quick jolt of energy before exploring. The space feels open and light, with high ceilings

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The Women’s Voices Theater Festival and Count Down

Article By: Kylie Miller  The Women’s Voices Theater Festival of 2018 has been running strong since the beginning of January. It highlights over twenty new plays written by women that are being produced in the D.C. regional area. Count Down by Dominique Cieri is a part of the festival and is happening right here in

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