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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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Child Care Issues Not to Blame for Sluggish Job Recovery, UMD Research Shows

Parents of Young Children Overall Faced Lower Employment Loss in Early 2021 Than Population at Large

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Larry Hogan and Darryll Pines at a news conference

‘VaxU’ to Award $1M in Scholarships to Vaccinated Young Marylanders

Drawings for $50K Awards to Start Next Week, Hogan Announces During Campus Visit

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‘We Really Are Terrapin Strong’

Amid Fireworks and Outdoor Fanfare, Graduates Heralded for Showing Perseverance in Challenging Times

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Commencement speaker Hannah Rhee portrait.

A Sense of Community

Student Commencement Speaker Hopes to Use Computer Science Skills to Teach, Improve Public Health

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A Breath of Fresh Air at Commencement

Outdoor and In-Person Graduation Ceremonies to Honor 8,500+ Students for Achievements in Trying Times

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A New ‘Generation’ for Campus Energy Production

UMD Administration to Brief Community on System Modernization

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Doing Good in Hard Times

Winners of Do Good Challenge to Be Announced Tonight in Virtual Ceremony

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UMD Accelerates Emissions-cutting Goal

University Aims for Carbon Neutrality by 2025, All-Electric Fleet by 2035

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HJ Patterson Hall columns

A New Investment in Diversity

UMD Using $40M to Expand Hiring Programs Targeting Diverse Faculty

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Site Selected for Campus Memorial to Collins

First Winner of Scholarship Named for Slain Bowie State Student Announced

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‘That’s Something for Me to Run To’

Personal Journey Informs Professional Mission of New Director of Bias Support Services

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Learning From the Lessons of 2020

Public Health Conference Seeks to Improve Resilience and Outcomes Post-Pandemic

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