UMBC student: Of course, if Teporary Protected Status for Salvadorans is not renewed, more than my career is at risk. If my parents and I were forced to return to El Salvador, we’d have to leave behind my 4-year-old sister and 14-year-old brother, who were born here and are U.S. citizens.
In a bid to ensure everyone at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County has “access to safe restroom facilities,” university officials are developing guidelines and implementation plans for the addition of multiple all-gender restrooms across the campus, according to a campus email.
Almost a full year after first applying with the state to make Catonsville, Arbutus and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, part of the first designated Arts & Entertainment District in Baltimore County, county officials and community groups are still working on the process.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore County, has hired outside consulting firm Grand River Solutions to help the university to better prevent and respond to sexual violence and misconduct, the university announced in a campus-wide email Monday.
A 21-year-old student was arrested at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, for soliciting sex from minors. The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office says Jake Patterson of Adamstown was arrested following a investigation into a man sexually soliciting minors through Snapchat.
On Nov. 15, two Baltimore County police detectives sat down at a Chick-fil-A to interview three University of Maryland, Baltimore County, baseball players accused of rape, according to investigative notes. The interviews, in total, lasted about an hour.
Robert Bradford Keigler, a University of Maryland Baltimore County student and lacrosse player, died Monday of a respiratory condition at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Timonium resident had recently celebrated his 24th birthday.
The president said Fridthat UMBC would start implementing mandatory training for students, faculty and staff on campus. The training would be in-person and live and not online, and would focus on areas such as trauma, prevention and what happens during the reporting process after an incide
In an announcement Thursday from a university leadership committee and several student organizations, the university affirmed plans to cooperate on several measures, including developing a scope of work for an outside expert to review sexual misconduct practices.
A spotlight look at the Rolling Road Golf Club in Catonsville, a par 70 18-hole private facility featuring hilly terrain and small greens that was first opened for play in 1919. The club will be celebrating its 100th anniversary next year.
Called FISH (Feeding Individuals to Support Health), the project gives a formal name to the roughly 1,800 pounds of seafood donated annually from the Inner Harbor’s Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology.
Howard County Community College celebrated its spring graduating class Tuesday with student commencement speaker Anya Welsh, a single mother, delivering a passionate speech about her own growth as an HCC student as well as the growth of all the students.
Morgan Zepp, who attended Catonsville High School and held a part-time job at Objects Found, is headed to Lithuania to teach English after she graduates from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
OCAMocha, a cafe and community meeting space planned by UMBC students, is closer to opening. It will be open temporarily during the Arbutus Arts Festival, but plans call for it to open with the start of the fall semester.
Then the men’s basketball team at University of Maryland, Baltimore County stunned top-ranked Virginia and overnight this suburban research campus – a place where “brainiac” is a term of endearment – vaulted in the annals of college sports.
Walter K. Sherwin Jr., a founding faculty member of the University of Maryland, College Park, who established the Ancient Studies Department, died Tuesday from pancreatic cancer at his Charlestown retirement community home. He was 79.