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Goldstein Hall


Dedicated in 2000, Goldstein Hall is named for Louis L. Goldstein, Maryland’s legendary comptroller and the nation’s longest serving elected official.

Goldstein Hall is the only academic building in the state of Maryland to bear the name of this revered public servant.

Home to the Writing Center and the Department of Modern Languages’s Language Lab (Goldstein 107), Goldstein Hall also has the second-largest lecture hall on campus, with seating for 75 students. 

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    The Cater Society of Junior Fellows inducted 21 new members who have the opportunity to apply for independent research grants. The Cater Society is a society of learning and scholarship that provides students the opportunity to...