RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

University of Baltimore

A collection of news and information related to University of Baltimore published by this site and its partners.

Top University of Baltimore Articles

Displaying items 34-44
  • Three Ferguson protests planned for Tuesday in Baltimore

    Three Ferguson protests planned for Tuesday in Baltimore
    As angry crowds took to the streets in Ferguson, Mo., and around the country Monday night to protest the grand jury decision not to indict a white police officer who killed an unarmed black teenager, Baltimore was quiet — though several rallies were...
  • Ferguson protesters take to Baltimore streets

    Ferguson protesters take to Baltimore streets
    Hundreds of demonstrators turned out in Baltimore to voice frustration and solidarity with protesters in Ferguson, Mo., marching through downtown streets and shutting down the entrance to Interstate 83. At Morgan State University, students blocked...
  • Turning fun and games into careers

    Turning fun and games into careers
    Your recent article "Making video games in Baltimore with Sid Meier" (Oct. 23) shows how far we've come in understanding gaming technology and the people behind game development. At the University of Baltimore, students in the Simulation and Digital...
  • Supreme Court to hear case on presidential 'signing statements'

    Supreme Court to hear case on presidential 'signing statements'
    A constitutional challenge to the president's long-standing claim of exclusive power over foreign affairs comes before the Supreme Court this week wrapped in an 11-year-old dispute over a single word in the passport of an American boy born in Jerusalem....
  • Gary D. Schenker

    Gary D. Schenker
    Gary D. Schenker, an attorney who formerly worked in the Baltimore City state's attorney's office and for the past 11 years had been in the office of the Baltimore County Public Defender, died Oct. 15 at the University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical...
  • Alvin H. Schupp, bank official

    Alvin H. Schupp, bank official
    Alvin H. Schupp, who rose from a job as a runner in his teens to manager of collections and operations officer at Mercantile-Safe Deposit and Trust Co. during a career spanning four decades, died of Parkinson's disease Tuesday at Oak Crest Village. He was...
  • Five Questions for Michelle Barnes

    Five Questions for Michelle Barnes
    When attorney Michelle Barnes was faced with empty nest syndrome, she opened a store. Barnes, who heads the environmental crimes division in the Maryland Attorney General's office, travels the state on cases by day, but returns to Baltimore to run a...
  • Marylanders welcome gas prices below $3 a gallon

    Marylanders welcome gas prices below $3 a gallon
    Tatiana Fish lives in Pigtown, works a restaurant job in Fells Point, attends classes at the Community College of Baltimore County and usually visits her father twice a week in Montgomery County. Meeting all her obligations requires the 23-year-old to...
  • In rare move, hands-on Ulman seeks job as No. 2

    In rare move, hands-on Ulman seeks job as No. 2
    Democrat Ken Ulman, dressed in Lucky jeans and a polo shirt, strode to the entrance of Robinson Nature Center, excited to give a tour of one of his favorite accomplishments as Howard County executive. "This is really what I get giddy about," said Ulman,...
  • Libertarian traverses Maryland to make his case for governor

    Libertarian traverses Maryland to make his case for governor
    It's a hefty trip from southern Calvert County to Havre de Grace, but not even the thought of driving 111 miles on crowded Interstate 95 could dampen Shawn Quinn's spirits. Quinn, 52, the Libertarian Party candidate for governor, had taken the day off...
  • City solicitor calls police body camera bill 'illegal'

    City solicitor calls police body camera bill 'illegal'
    The Rawlings-Blake administration argued Monday that a proposal to require police officers to wear body cameras is an illegal overreach of the City Council's authority. City Solicitor George Nilson, who reports to Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, said...