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  • Major Shmajor

    Despite what years of parental nagging, academic advice, and those endless “What Major Should I Choose?” Buzzfeed quizzes have indicated, your major has very little to do with your ultimate career.  Most industries don’t care what you studied in college, they just care that you can do the job at hand. Dance majors can be social workers and art majors can be P.R. specialists. There are chemistry majors working in journalism and economics majors working at Applebee’s. It makes no difference.
  • College Guide 2014

    College Guide 2014
    It’s a bizarre time for college kids. There’s no longer a set path laid out for us. Gone are the days of the “get good grades, get into a credible university, get a job, and reap the rewards” narrative our parents cozied up to...

    Conversation Artist

    Conversation Artist
    At a recent meeting of the Filbert Street community gardeners at the Curtis Bay Recreation Center, Chanan Delivuk—a community gardener and artist who uses new media to explore dialogue and everyday stories in her art practice—saw a group of...

    News & Media

    News & Media
    BEST POLITICIAN Martin O’Malley Love him or hate him, this has been a good year for Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley (D). Two O’Malley-backed laws got the nods of the majorities of Maryland voters in last fall’s elections—...

    Lexie Mountain Debuts New Show in Highlandtown

    Fronting bands/musical projects, performing stand-up comedy, faithfully following Snooki on the Jersey Shore--there seems to be nothing that Baltimore's Lexie "Mountain" Macchi doesn't do. A graduate assistant at UMBC's Center for Art, Design, and...