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The Work Didn't End on Election Day
by Meghan Lynch '18, M.P.P. '21 Chair, Legislative Concerns, Graduate Student Association On the day after Election Day, I felt exhausted. I had followed the election closely and participated...
November 23, 2020
We Have Each Other
by Kate Drabinski Senior Lecturer, Gender, Women's, and Sexuality Studies Director, WILL+ Program I love voting. My mom took my twin sister and me to the polls with her every time, and...
November 18, 2020
The Sun through Dark Clouds: Optimism in a Challenging Time
by Candace Dodson-Reed, '96 Chief of Staff Executive Director, Office of Equity and Inclusion Office of the President Like many of you in the UMBC community, I am watching the post-election...
November 16, 2020
Bike & Build: Pedaling for Affordable Housing (11/17 @12:30)
Info Session hosted by Dr. Kerri Evans (UMBC Social Work)
Join UMBC Professor, Kerri Evans, and Bike & Build to learn about the affordable housing cause and how to make an impact. Register here.
November 13, 2020
Four Opportunities to Stay Engaged After Election 2020
Casting Your Whole Vote means working to build community and address challenges collectively every day, not just on Election Day. Here are four timely opportunities for members of the UMBC...
November 11, 2020
UMBC #9 in U.S. in Voting Pledge Competition
UMBC finished in the top 10 nationwide in the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge voting pledge competition for 2020. ALL IN encourages college students to pledge to vote to promote accountability,...
November 11, 2020
Resolved but Not Rejoicing: A Reflection after Election 2020
by Charis Lawson, '21, English Civic Literacy Intern, Center for Democracy and Civic Life My relief is tainted. When I first realized that Joe Biden was probably going to be President of the...
November 10, 2020
Thoughts on Post-Election Safety
by Jasmine Lee, Ph.D. Director of Inclusive Excellence and Initiatives for Identity, Inclusion, and Belonging Division of Student Affairs I woke up this morning thinking about the election...
November 9, 2020
Tips for Difficult Classroom Discussions about Politics
by Laura S. Hussey, Ph.D. Director, Sondheim Public Affairs Scholars Program Associate Professor, Department of Political Science Some nervousness about discussing the election in class...
November 5, 2020
Together Beyond November: Post-Election Conversations
Together Beyond November: (Re)building Community after Election 2020 is a series of inclusive post-election conversations hosted by UMBC departments and organizations. Their purpose is to help...
November 3, 2020
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