Fine Arts

Pride Proven

UMBC’s Prove It! Campaign has added greatly to the quality of campus life during its six years of existence, including the creation of a green space outside the Fine Arts Building and a system for tracking campus shuttle buses via GPS technology. Last year’s winners have finally made their mark at UMBC – three new and vibrantly decorated Chesapeake Bay Retriever statues placed in prominent areas around campus. The Retriever Project was the brainchild of UMBC students: Kelsey Krach’ 14, cultural anthropology and Spanish, Travis Bell ’14, psychology and political science, and Cami Sotela ’13, psychology. With funding provided by… Continue Reading Pride Proven

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