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"One of the earliest pieces of public art remaining on campus is Double Helix, a work in Tennessee Black Marble situated at a prominent spot in front of UMBC’s Administration Building. It was created by former UMBC student Robert DuBourg, and it was purchased by the university and installed circa 1978."

Read more about UMBC's public art at http://magazine.umbc.edu/umbc-magazine-spring-2015/space-in-time/

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