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Cinco de Mayo brownies pack a punch

Courtney Hottle May 3, 2018

Many of us are familiar with the  Cinco De Mayo holiday , but few know the history behind it. The holiday is one close to Mexico’s heart, and often comes with delicious meals and sweets. Cinco De...

New clubs on campus include diversity

New clubs on campus include diversity

Isaiah Austin February 22, 2018

Two new clubs have been added to the Stevenson community: Curls, Kinks and Coils (CKC) club and the Nachde club. The Curls, Kinks and Coils (CKC) club intends to emphasize and encourage the beauty and...

Mens basketball wraps up season

Men’s basketball wraps up season

David Steinwedel February 15, 2018

This season has not gone as planned for the Stevenson University men’s basketball team. Their 8-1 start outside the MAC Commonwealth disappeared in a 3-13 conference record as of Feb. 13 that featured...

The Baltimore Museum of Art was founded in 1914 and has grown immensely since with over 95,000 works of art. (Photo from BMA)

Baltimore Museum offers history and culture

Brian Hodges February 8, 2018

The Baltimore Museum of Art is a perfect destination for free, easygoing entertainment for all ages. When entering the gallery, visitors are greeted by a receptionist who was friendly and pleasantly...

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Asian Culture Club celebrates Indian holiday

Wornden Ly October 19, 2017

The Asian Culture Club will host an Indian holiday, Diwali, on Sunday, Oct. 22 in the Ratcliffe Community Center at Stevenson University from 6-8 p.m. Diwali is a word for “festivals of light” in...

Baltimore filmmaker to screen documentary

Baltimore filmmaker to screen documentary

Krystal Alexis October 12, 2017

Stevenson University’s School of Design is continuing the traditional Artist-in-Residence program this fall, welcoming filmmaker Theo Anthony on campus from Oct. 16-18. Anthony, a Baltimore native,...

SUTV video aims to promote diversity

SUTV video aims to promote diversity

Amir Wallace April 20, 2017

The students at Stevenson University have been waiting patiently for the highly anticipated diversity video, produced by SUTV. According to SUTV student advisor, Christine Favata, the goal is “to spread...

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Study abroad will travel to Ireland and Portugal

November 3, 2016

This coming summer, Stevenson University will offer a study abroad trip for students to Dublin, Ireland, and Lisbon, Portugal. The trip help will help students learn about different cultures and gain...

La Día de los Muertos is celebrated mostly in Mexican culture; one tradition is decorating sugar skulls with vivid icing, feathers and glitter.  (Photo from

Day of The Dead spurs reflection and celebration

EmilyR October 27, 2016

La Día de los Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, is a holiday celebrated on Nov. 2 in Hispanic cultures to honor loved ones who have passed away. Famously celebrated with colorful and intricate sugar skulls,...

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African Student Union plans festival

October 20, 2016

The African Student Union will introduce rooted culture to a diverse makeup of students in this year’s Experience Africa Festival on Nov. 5 from 4-7 p.m. in the Ratcliffe Center on the Owings Mills campus. The...

The BMA hosts art for visitors with different tastes.  (Photo from

Local art museum offers free admission

Lexi Cohen April 20, 2016

The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) is free entertainment for those looking for a new place to visit. Visitors are greeted by the friendly staff upon arrival. Those who arrive before the museum is open...

Exchange students can become family

EmilyR March 2, 2016

In my senior year of high school, my Spanish teacher kept asking all of her students, “Would you be interested in hosting an exchange student?” As the youngest child and the only one living at home,...

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