People

From Trash Truck to Commencement Stage

In Face of Obstacles, Student Speaker Shows Heart of Champion in Reaching Academic Goals

Research

Poll: Public Support Grows for One-State Solution to Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

UMD Research Also Finds Polarization on U.S.’ Role as Mediator

Campus & Community

Season’s Greetings from President and Mrs. Loh

In End-of-Year Message, a Reflection on What Unites Us

Research

Speaking in Code

Communication Students Catalog Russian Propaganda

Experts In the News


Decades of acid rain have dissolved not just portions of rock and soils but buildings and roads as well—all of which have added various salts to the water.


Sujay Kaushal, associate professor, Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center, on why freshwater is getting saltier
PBS NewsHour

In Brief


Health Center Confirms Total of 35 Adenovirus Cases; Precautions Urged to Stay Healthy Over Break

The University of Maryland has confirmed a total of 35 cases of students who have tested positive for Adenovirus, according to a letter sent to campus yesterday by Dr. David McBride, director of the University Health Center.

Maryland Today on Hiatus for Winter Break

Following the last day of classes today, Maryland Today is going (mostly) dark until move-in for the Spring 2019 semester.

A Grammy Nod for National Orchestral Institute

UMD’s National Orchestral Institute hit a high note on Friday with a Grammy nomination for best orchestral performance.

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