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Maya Pottiger ’17, M.Jour. ’20


Steamroller

Street-level Cool

Professors Reduce Carbon Emissions in Pavement Recycling Process

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Chelsey Green (seated second from right, front row) plays her viola in support of Lizzo, whose performance opened the Jan. 26 Grammy Awards broadcast.

Alum Has Grammys on a String

Boundary-Breaking Violist Performs Behind Lizzo

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Barbara Boswell

After Childhood Struggles in South Africa, New Purpose in 'Grace’

Alum Turns Journals Into Debut Novel

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Lauren Filocco teaches at Open Barre

Raising the Barre

From Freshmen to Senior Citizens, Alum’s Local Fitness Studio Caters to All

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Collage of startup founders

Supercharging Student Startups

With $20K Grants to Two Ventures, New Dingman Center Program to Boost Summer Accelerator Progress

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Lexi Duda leaps in the air with a baton at practice

Twirling Talent

MSOM’s Feature Twirler Holds World Champion Titles

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Ghosts overlaying image of brick campus building

School Spirits

Ghost Tour Invites Terps to Visit the Most Haunted Spots on Campus

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Illustration of balloon, selfie stick and phone, microphone, piano, crab and football

Homecoming Happenings

Comedy, Crabs and College Football—a Breakdown of This Week’s Events

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Gif of students rubbing Testudo statue's nose

Testudo Event Calls for Tag Teams

Take a Peek at Tomorrow’s Scavenger Hunt Clues

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C. Leisure, who goes by the derby name AnnaHell Lee (center, green helmet), watches from the sidelines of a scrimmage at Michael & Son Sportsplex

Terp Derby Athletes Take the Fast Track

Staffer, Graduate Student Clobber, Connect in Rockville League

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Mike Sorokin and Galen Stetsyuk wearing VR masks

An Rx for VR Nausea?

Two Terps Take on Virtual Reality’s Big Bugaboo

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Students explore at the First Look Fair in 2018

6 Tips to Finding Your Thing at First Look Fair

Two-Day Festival of Student Club, Organization Recruitment Returns

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