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Solar panels on Regents Drive Garage

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States, Counties, Universities: We’ll Always Have Paris

Professor Testifies to Congress on Progress to Cut Carbon Emissions

James Fayal discussing Zest Tea

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A Zest for Innovation

Alum Secures $1M to Pep Up Energy Drink Company Zest Tea

Lae'l Hughes-Watkins

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A New Chapter

University Archivist Dives—and Delves—Into Documenting Terp Life

Michael R. Bloomberg

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Michael R. Bloomberg to Deliver Spring Commencement Address

Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Former NYC Mayor to Speak at Campus-wide Ceremony

UMD welcome sign

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UMD Names New Director of Office of Civil Rights and Sexual Misconduct

Karmiol Will Strive to Cultivate Environment Free of Discrimination, Harassment

US-Mexico Border

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A Window Into the Border-Wall Battle

As U.S. House Prepares to Vote, Professor Analyzes President’s Emergency Order

Korinn Walfall in "Ain't Misbehavin'"

Arts & Culture

In the Middle of "Misbehavin’"

With Latest Role, Young Alum Expands Presence on D.C. Theater Scene

Neijma Celestine-Donnor

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Answering the Call

Compassion, Humility Guide the Leader of UMD’s Hate-Bias Response Program

Valentine's Day gif

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A Terp Valentine: 10 "How We Met" Stories

From Football Games to Dining Meetups, Let Us Count Some Ways That Terps Have Found Love

Four Freedoms collage

Arts & Culture

Four Freedoms, Many Interpretations

Alums Help Develop Exhibition on Expressions of Freedom, from WWII-Era Rockwell to Today

Avocado toast

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A Healthy Blueprint

Architecture Alumna Builds Career as Food Blogger

Testudo Pines

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Pines Elected to National Academy of Engineering

Clark School Dean Led Charge to Improve Teaching, Increase Diversity, Raise Charitable Giving

Kym Perfetto cycling

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A Nonstop Ride

Alum Turns Cycling Into Business, Social Media Success

Eric Shin

Arts & Culture

Percussionist With a Full Plate

School of Music Faculty Member Bangs the Drum for Korean Comfort Food at New College Park Eatery

Hands illustration

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Op/Ed: Rounding Third Space

Education Professor Finds Value in Meetings Outside Work and Home

Van Munching Hall

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Alum Pledges $1M to Maryland Smith

Former Banking Executive Now Teaches at Alma Mater

Cambridge

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Bioengineering Student Receives Churchill Scholarship

Award, One of Nation's Most Prestigious for STEM Students, Will Fund Master's Studies at Cambridge

Sarah Pekkanen '90 and Greer Hendricks

Arts & Culture

"Anonymous" No Longer

With Buzzed-About Novel’s Release Today, Terp Expands Literary Success

Peter Leone

People

Op/Ed: Maryland Needs a New Approach for Educating Juvenile Offenders

New Law on Services for Incarcerated Youth Gives State Opportunity to Get It Right

Capital Gazette Memorial Seminar Room

Campus & Community

"They Will Always Be Close to Our Hearts"

Merrill College Names Seminar Room for Capital Gazette Victims

Rehan Staton

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From Trash Truck to Commencement Stage

In Face of Obstacles, Student Speaker Shows Heart of Champion in Reaching Academic Goals

Charlotte Brozer Shapiro

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A First in Women’s Studies

Groundbreaker in Program at UMD Creates Its Inaugural Merit-Based Scholarship

Gift guide collage

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A Terp Holiday Gift Guide

Student-, Alumni-owned Companies May Have Solutions for the Season

Eric Swalwell

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Pondering the Presidency

Possible 2020 Presidential Hopeful Eric Swalwell ’03 to Address BSOS Class of 2018

Fruigees

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Easy Peasy Healthy Squeezy

Company Co-founded by Terp Creates On-the-go Fruit Snacks

Elizabeth Acevedo won the 2018 National Book Award for young people's literature

Arts & Culture

"The Poet X" Marks the Spot

Alum Wins National Book Award for Young People's Literature

Female Engagement Teams

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Fighting Gender Boundaries on the Front Lines

Terp’s New Book Reveals Impact of Military’s Female Engagement Teams

John McNamara

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New Scholarship to Honor Fallen Sportswriter

Widow, Friends Hope to Continue Terp’s Legacy to Students

James Clapper

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Breaking the Silence

Former Intel Chief to Be Honored as Distinguished UMD Veteran

John B. King Jr.

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Former Education Secretary Named Commencement Speaker

John B. King Jr. to Encourage Civic Involvement

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