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Dan Novak M.Jour. ’20


Enslaved.org illustration

Reconstructing Fragmented Lives

UMD Researcher Co-Leads New Digital Collection Piecing Together Histories of Enslaved Peoples

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Esther Atkinson sings on driveway

An Opera Student’s Curbside Concerts

Back at Home, Singer Performs Weekly for Passersby

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Dog cuddling in owner's lap

The Pandemic’s Pet Gains

Survey by Alums’ Veterinary Tech Firm Finds Owners Are Feeling the Love

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Building Careers During a Crisis

Advisers Tell Students: Double Down on Job Search Techniques and Stay Flexible

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A mom helps daughter deal with stress. UMD’s Department of Family Science in the School of Public Health is partnering with the Prince George’s County Health Department to provide families with guidelines on dealing with stress and handling changing family dynamics during the pandemic.

Standing Up to Stay-at-Home Stress

Family Science Researchers Offer Tips for Riding Out the Virus

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Students, faculty and staff at UMD collected thousands of pairs of gloves, surgical masks and other medical supplies to donate to medical workers fighting the COVID-19 epidemic.

Protection Collections Abound for Local Health Care Workers

Campus Units Donate Masks, Gloves, Other Much-Needed Supplies

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Comedian and writer Karen Chee peforms Friday at the Stamp Student Union to help mark the 20th anniversary of UMD's Asian American Studies program.

Comedic Identity

Late-night Writer, Stand-up Karen Chee’s Performance Marks Asian American Studies Anniversary

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"Maryland Night Live" cast members

Live From College Park!

Student Show Unites Divergent Campus Comedy Threads Into Irreverent Whole

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Student reads at a podium during Read-a-Thon

Reading and Righting

Libraries’ Black History Month Event Celebrates Great Writers

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Green, hello and pink smoothies in jars with straws

Smoothie-ing the Path to Sustainability

Student Business Turns Homely Fruit Into Chuggable Nectars

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Student collects data on air humidity, air temperature, and natural light exposure

Building Toward Zero

Project to Develop Ways to Make Older Campus Structures Models of Efficiency

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Peter Leone practices sign language with a student

Disabilities Studies Minor Launched

Courses Focus on Accessibility, Prejudices Through Lenses of Education, Engineering, Business, History

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