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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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Pressing Play

Esports Have Become an International Phenomenon. With Terps Already Competing at the Highest Levels, UMD Powers Up Support for Gamers.

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UMD Researchers Find Ripple Effects of Racism in Homeownership

Brookings Study Highlights How Disparities Undercut Opportunities

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Harriet Tubman’s ‘Training Ground’

Professor Helps Discover Site of Eastern Shore Cabin Owned by Abolitionist’s Father

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Getting ‘Stronger’ Together

New Onboarding Program Shows Terps Ups and Downs of History, Commitment to Diversity

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Open Secrets

Alum Leads Renovation of NSA Museum—and Shares Some of its Treasures

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A Fight for Public Health

First-Year Book Addresses Environmental Racism

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Mastering the Course

Inaugural Class of Outstanding Golf Caddies Comes to UMD

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Getting ‘Greater’ in Fall 2021

More Development Projects Reshaping Greater College Park

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A Foreseeable Collapse

UMD Expert Sees Ongoing Underestimation of Non-state Forces Amid Chaotic Military Withdrawal

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Reaching New Heights

Entrepreneur Alum Creates Taste of Mountain Adventure in Midwest

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UMD Critical Issues Poll: Biden Lost Party Support During Gaza Crisis

Young Democrats Drive Disapproval of Administration’s Pro-Israel Stance, National Survey Finds

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The Almighty Cod

In the Shadow of Climate Change and Overfishing, a UMD Researcher Finds Answers for Today’s Oceans in the Centuries-old Bones of a North Atlantic Fish

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