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Liam Farrell

Liam Farrell has written for Terp magazine and other UMD publications since 2013, winning multiple regional and national awards. A graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism and former local and state government politics reporter for The Frederick News-Post and The (Annapolis) Capital, he wrote for Notre Dame Magazine before coming to College Park.


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College Park Academy to Offer Fully Online Education

Successful COVID Pivot Inspires New Option for Students

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Survey: Class of 2021 Excels in Next Chapter

University Career Center Finds High Employment Rate, Local Business Connections

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From Bugs to Bronze Age, Nearly 300 Courses Get Creative Boost

$2.7M in New Grants to Support Experiential Learning

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What You Need to Know in Fall 2022: Athletics and Recreation

How to Cheer, Play and Get Active in the New School Year

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A Climate of Hope

First Year Book Anthology Showcases Resilience of Women in Face of Environmental Change

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A ‘Groundbreaking Opportunity’ to Fight Climate Change

UMD Expert Sees Senate Legislation as a First Step in Investing in Environmental Justice

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Local News Supplement

Gift to Create Internship Program Connecting Merrill College, Maryland Media Outlets

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UMD Report: Conspiracy Theories Fueled More Terror Attacks in 2020

New Data From START Shows Little Pandemic Effect and Concentration of Violence in Afghanistan

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UMD Expert: Roe Ruling ‘Maybe Changes the Calculus’ on Supreme Court

Magnitude of Dobbs Decision Could Increase Public’s Appetite for Reforms

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Growing Justice From Grassroots Science

How a Public Health Researcher Is Empowering Marginalized Communities to Fight for Cleaner, Safer Conditions

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New Kid on the Quad

Resident Director Raising Newborn on Campus to Celebrate First Father’s Day

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A New ‘Script’ for LGTBQ+ Patient Caregivers

Training Program Aims to Improve Mental Health Treatment

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