This is a time of reflection–a time when all Americans are pulling together to support the families of all the victims of yesterday's tragic events. It also is a time when we, as a campus community, are coming together to support one another. At times like these, we realize the value of community....
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The UMBC community has joined together to offer extended support as well as memorial services in the wake of the attacks on New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania.
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Baltimore, MD (September 1, 2001) -- UMBC's Department of Dance presentsClancy Works, a modern dance company, in performance on October 5 and 6 at8:00 P.M. The concerts will be held in the UMBC Fine Arts Studio 317. Tickets for the concerts are $10 general admission, $5 students and seniors. Box office: (410) 455-6240.
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The October 18 lecture by Ray Bradbury has been cancelled due to health reasons. UMBC is currently working to find another speaker for this date, check this site for details.
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Ray Bradbury to Speak at UMBC as Part of Annual Humanities Forum Series" »
Ray Bradbury, one of the most important figures in the development of science fiction as a literary genre over the past half-century, will speak at UMBC on Thursday, October 18 at 7 p.m. in the University Center Ballroom. His lecture, entitled “Remembering the Future, Predicting the Past,” is sponsored by the Friends of the Library & Gallery and part of UMBC's 2001-2002 Humanities Forum “Humanities in the Digital Age.” The lecture is free of charge. For more information call 410.455.6798.
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