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Growing Concerns

Full legalization of marijuana is often considered inevitable. But as the industry takes off, Terp entrepreneurs and academics alike are still wrestling with the implications.

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Guaranteed Connection

Medalist Honors Late Father With Career Pursuit as More Than 8,200 Terps Graduate Next Week

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Taking the Golf World by Storm

Alum Who Survived Golf Course Lightning Strike Now Manages Tournament Promoting Diversity in Sport

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Two Faculty Members Elected to National Academy of Sciences

Public Policy's Rosina M. Bierbaum and Geology's James Farquhar Honored for Research Achievements

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Getting Sober, Delivering Fun

Alum’s Initiative Focuses on Hobbies, Recreation to Encourage Recovery

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Space Capsules

Alum Tracks Down NASA Goddard History as Center’s Founding Archivist

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Courtney Clark Pastrick Named Honorary Co-chair for Fearless Ideas Campaign

Longtime UMD Supporter to Help in Effort to Raise $1.5B

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A Celebration to Remember

Seven Terps to Receive Maryland Awards Tonight

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Opportunities Unlocked

Computer Cryptography Expert Makes Three New Gifts

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Millennials and the Saving-Too-Little Myth

Finance Professor Says Don’t Panic Over Generation’s Fiscal Future

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Faculty Members Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Michele J. Gelfand and Frances E. Lee to be Inducted in October

Arts & Culture

A Balancing Actress

"Orange Is the New Black” Co-star/Immigration Activist Speaks as Part of Social Justice Day 

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