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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.


Inuit fisherman pulls in a fish on a sea filled with floating ice

Social Sciences, Humanities Can Help in Response to Climate Change, Study Finds

UMD Anthropologist, Other Researchers Advocate for Importance of Historical Scholarship Alongside Data

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Building rendering in Discovery District

$300M Project Set to Reimagine Campus Drive Intersection

Office, Retail and Multifamily Housing Planned for Pedestrian-Friendly Hub Next to The Hotel

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Joseph Richardson Jr.

Trigger Guard

Crossing the Boundaries Between Academia and the Streets, Professor Joseph Richardson Jr. Seeks to Find a Way Out of Trauma for Young Black Men

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Memorial with flowers and "Stop Asian hate" signs

UMD Expert: Shootings Followed ‘Intensified Feeling of Anxiety’ in Asian American Communities

Professor Explains History of Anti-Asian Bias, Impact of Political and Economic Instability, and Importance of Reaching Across Racial Lines

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Flags from "In America: How Could This Happen …" art installation

A Living Memorial to COVID Victims

Professor Helps Digitize D.C. Art Installation That Symbolized Virus Deaths

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COVID vaccination site

Terps Seek to Shorten Vaccine Appointment Waiting Game

Alum’s Facebook Group, Student’s Website and Twitter Feed Help Connect Marylanders With Openings

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Baltimore dig

Baltimore Dig Preserves Past While Preparing for Future

UMD Researcher Partners With West Baltimore Nonprofit to Uncover Black History

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College Park City Hall construction

A New Vision for College Park

Updated UMD-City Plan to Guide Next Decade of Progress

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Plate illustration: vary your vegetables, focus on whole fruits, make half your grains whole grains, rotate your protein routine, move to low-fat or fat-free dairy milk or yogurt (or lactose-free dairy or fortified soy versions), choose foods and beverages with less added sugars, saturated fat and sodium

How to Bite Off What You Can Chew Using New Dietary Guidelines

Don’t Be Intimidated, Beware of Sandwiches and Limit the Alcohol, UMD Expert Says

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UMD head football coach Michael Locksley at a practice

Recovering a Fumble in Hiring Practices

Locksley Leads Nationwide Effort to Promote More Minority Coaches

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Zack Steffen of Manchester City

Saves in the City

Zack Steffen Becomes First Terp to Start in English Premier League Soccer

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bassinets in hospital

Post-Pandemic Prediction: A Baby Bust

Economic, Social Impacts of COVID-19 to Further Lower American Birth Rate, UMD Expert Says

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