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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.


Rachel Wolf-Hubbard at World Cup

Game Management

Alum Shepherds World Cup Experience for U.S. Team’s Family and Friends

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miners in 1905

Coal Veins

A UMD Anthropologist Is Digging Into Commonalities Between Coal Country Immigrants Past and Present

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Wes Moore speaks at podium on campus

Moore Pledges a ‘Fearless’ Administration

Governor-elect Unveils Transition Team at Campus Event

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Wes Moore celebrates at podium

Takeaways From a Night of Firsts and Defied Expectations

UMD Expert Explains What Midterms Mean for Biden, How Democrats Did Well and the Historic Slate of Maryland Winners

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President Pines speaks at podium

Mixed-Use Development to Take Flight Near Airport

Aviation Landing Project Joins University With County and Private Partners

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The Count

‘Count’ on Controversy

From Scared Kids to Birthday Cards, ‘Sesame Street’ Producer Archives Showcase Passionate Viewer Reactions

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Cannabis

UMD Expert: State Cannabis Referendum Weighs Criminal Justice, Public Health Priorities

Maryland Poised to Legalize Recreational Marijuana Use in Ballot Referendum

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U.S. Secretary of Commerce Gina Raimondo on tour of campus innovation spaces

‘This Is Where It’s At’

U.S. Commerce Secretary’s Visit Highlights Importance of UMD, Higher Ed to Future of Domestic Electronics Industry

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Capitol building with illustrations of Democrat donkey and Republican elephant

‘Huge Decisions’ at Play in Midterms

Concerns Over Threats to Democracy Drive Unpredictable Election, UMD Expert Says

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Street in Baltimore

Urban Trees Rooted in Redlining and Environmental Injustice, UMD-Led Research Finds

Neighborhood Street Trees in Baltimore Tell Tale of Historical Racial Discrimination and Modern Reparation, According to New Study

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Student takes a photo of group of students smiling outdoors

'No Grander Challenge'

College of Education’s First 'Pinning Ceremony' Celebrates Students Heading Into Local Classrooms

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Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman

‘Their Histories Are Histories of Solidarity’

UMD Experts Help New PBS Documentaries Present Fuller Picture of Tubman, Douglass

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