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Annie Krakower

Annie Krakower joined the University of Maryland as digital content manager in May 2018. A graduate of the University of Missouri School of Journalism, she’s written for the Columbia Missourian and the Columbia Daily Tribune, and she produced content at MLB.com. She also contributes to Terp magazine and other University of Maryland publications.


"Wood, Wire, Wings" book cover

Soaring Into Scientific Storytelling

Terp NASA Employee Turned Children’s Author Publishes Picture Book About Female Airplane Designer

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Students, faculty and staff line up to meet Darryll J. Pines and shake his hand

Pines Reintroduces Himself to UMD Community

Next President Meets Media and Students, Says Education ‘Equalizes Everything’

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Black Lab puppy rolling on the ground while wearing a yellow guide dog vest

Oh, the Places You’ll Sniff!

UMD’s First Student-Sponsored Guide-Dog-in-Training Prepares to Help Those in Need

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Collage of athletes/coachs: Elizabeth Hopkins, Erika Pritchard, Kiani Profit, Abigail Schmidt, Dottie McKnight, Irene Knox, Sandy Worth, Virunpat Olankikunchai, Ginny Bowen and Bonnie Bernstein

10 Female Heroes of Maryland Sports

Athletics Campaign Highlights Coaches, Athletes, Leaders to Celebrate National Girls and Women in Sports Day

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Collage of screengrabs from Super Bowl ads: Baby Mr. Peanut, Bill Murray, John Krasinski, Rachel Dratch and Chris Evans, and Lil Nas X

Scoring the Super Bowl Ads

Which Commercials Popped—and Which Flopped? 3 Marketing Experts Break Them Down

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Rendering of Soccer Stadium

‘Building Champions’

Athletics Kicks Off Effort to Upgrade Seven Facilities

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DJ/remixer/producer Tracy Young

‘Rising’ to the Grammys

Terp DJ Is First Female Producer to Earn Nomination—and Win—for Best Remixed Recording

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Social Media

Information Pump

Doctoral Candidate’s Research Seeks to Broaden Perceptions of Breastfeeding

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Will Clark

Tall Tale

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Maryland Quidditch Players

Harry Potter, Shoved Aside

Maryland Quidditch Takes Game From Flying Fantasy to Serious Sport

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Silkworm Model

Bugging Out

19th-Century Models Reveal Insects’ Insides—and Entomology’s Past

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