Ph.D. Student’s Experimental Theater Project to Get Audiences Moving
English Professor’s New Book Explores How Modern-day Literature Is Made, Preserved and Studied
Production at the Clarice Explores Anxieties and Joys of the Undocumented
Alum’s New Book Examines How a Youth Uprising Created an Enduring Sound Born in D.C.
Annual UMD Arts Extravaganza Returns With Immersive Projections, Art-Making Workshops and Outdoor Music Pop-ups
Literary Historian Chronicles Frederick Douglass’ Disillusionment with Andrew Johnson
Stainless Steel Abstract Artwork to Stand Outside Cole; Dr. Tritobia Hayes-Benjamin Archive Will Add Up to 25,000 Items to UMD Collection
While the Pandemic’s Had Us Bingeing Like Never Before, It’s Easy to Find UMD Alums in Front of or Behind the Camera
Stamp Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Black and Queer Terps
National Orchestral Institute + Festival Returns to In-Person Performance
Terp Group’s Virtual Performance Earns First Place in International A Cappella Competition
From Nina Simone to Dave Chappelle, New Book Explores Mad Undercurrent in Black Expressive Culture
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