On March 18, 2004, the UMBC Department of Music's Contemporary Concerts Series presents Ruckus, the professional contemporary music ensemble in residence at UMBC. The program will include Elliott Carter's Triple Duo, Vinko Globokar's Correspondences, Anna Rubin's Dreaming Fire, Tasting Rain, a new work by Thomas DeLio, Hiroyuki Itoh's Shadows of Night III, and Milton Babbitt's Composition for Four Instruments.
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UMBC's Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery presents "Havana: The Revolutionary Moment," on display through April 4. The exhibition, featuring the photography of Burt Glinn, is organized by Umbrage Editions.
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On February 25, a Senate committee of the Maryland General Assembly will begin to review proposed legislation that links predictable, stable tuition rates to predictable, adequate funding for higher education.
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Housing in Maryland is getting increasingly expensive, and many police, firefighters, nurses and teachers can't afford to live in the same neighborhoods they serve, according to a study by graduate students in the UMBC Department of Public Policy presented at a meeting of the Governor's Commission on Housing Policy today.
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