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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.


Student sits in cardboard chair

Architecture Class Leaves Terps on the Edge of Their Seats

Design Course Challenges Students to Craft Comfortable, Usable Chairs—Out of Cardboard

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Students congregate at the Nyumburu Cultural Center Amphitheater after a Black Terps Matter protest in June 2020.

‘Freedom House’ at 50

Nyumburu Celebrates Milestone Anniversary as Center for Black Culture on Campus

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Collage of archival Midnight Mile photos and a current Terp wearing UMD gear

Starting the Season on the Right Track

Midnight Mile Returns for 50th Anniversary of the Men’s Basketball Tradition

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Illustration of Danville, Va., in the 1800s

Student Journalism Project Sheds Light on Role of White Supremacist Newspapers in Fueling Racial Tension, Violence

UMD’s Howard Center to Publish More Than 30 Stories From Collaborative ‘Printing Hate’ Investigation

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Mote speaks at podium

Incentive Awards Program, Engineering Lab Building Named for Mote

Former UMD President Recognized for Contributions to Field, Expanding Education Access

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Piecing Together a Historic Puzzle

Architecture Research Team Analyzes Thousands of Glass, Ceramic Artifacts to Shed Light on Centuries-Old Plantation

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The Postwar Campus Crunch

75 Years Ago, a GI Bill-Driven Influx Led to Bunks in the Armory, Classrooms in the Gym and Crowds in the Coliseum

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It’s All Good

How Terps Cooked Up Food Recovery Network 10 Years Ago and Grew It Into a Nationwide Hunger- and Waste-Fighting Force

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Fall 2021’s Fresh Faces

Meet 11 Impressive First-Year Students as They Join UMD

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Jones-Hill House welcome banner unfurled

‘A Statement Loud and Proud About Social Justice’

Jones-Hill House Dedication Ceremony Honors Lasting Impact of Two Trailblazing Terps

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Billie Jean King, award winners onstage at ESPN’s seventh annual Sports Humanitarian Awards

Scoring Goals for Good

Alum Earns ESPN Award for Coaching, Mentoring Refugee Youth

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Terps Take Tokyo

As Olympics Open, Meet 6 Alum Athletes Going for Gold

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