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Maggie Haslam

Maggie Haslam is the assistant director of editorial strategies for the Office of Marketing and Communications. She writes for Terp magazine and is a frequent Maryland Today contributor.


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Code ‘Read’: Inside the Triage Center for UMD’s Battered Books

The Old, Bruised and Overused Can Find New Life in McKeldin Basement Lab

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Shining a Light on Diwali

Annual Hindu Festival Brings Inspiration to Campus Community, and for Many Students, Flavors of Home

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An Enduring Call to Serve

Military Experiences Shape Terp Veterans’ Work at UMD

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Terp Firsts Share Stories of Strength

Stamp Exhibit Highlights Experiences of First-Gen Students, Faculty and Staff

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Crafting a Community

New Club Offers Space for Student Makers to Come as They Are

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At UMD, Governor Launches First-in-the-Nation Public Service Year Program

Service Year Option to Connect High School Graduates to Service Opportunities—Including Through Campus

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Honey, They Shrunk the Candy

Professor Weighs In on “Shrinkflation”—and Why Your Kid’s Halloween Haul May Feel Lighter This Year

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Take This Class! Good Greens, Bad Botanicals (and How to Know the Difference)

Biology Course Digs Into History, Science and Secret Powers of Everyday Plants

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The Labor Behind Desegregating the Labor Movement

Special Collections and University Archives Digitizes Largest Collection of AFL-CIO Documents on Civil Rights

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UMD Tech Tool Aims to Make Workplaces More Inclusive for Autistic People

Video Platform Designed by Neurodiverse Team Could Improve Communications for All

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‘Chalk’ it Up to Safety at Campus Crosswalks

Students Paint Temporary Murals to Celebrate Art While Slowing Down Drivers, Riders

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‘Get Listening, Kids’

How Do You Track 75 Years of College Radio at Maryland? Decades of Deejays Replay History, Hijinks and the Music That Made WMUC

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