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Students paint mural

Finding ‘Unity,’ Healing in Art

Image of Mural Created by Hundreds Reeling From Racist Murder to Be Part of New Collins Plaza

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Nikole Hannah-Jones and Bonnie Thornton Dill on stage

Looking Back to ‘1619’

Author of Pulitzer-Winning Commentary on Slavery Says America Not Defined by a Single Story

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Turner Hall framed by cherry blossoms

Two Professors Named Andrew Carnegie Fellows

Sociologist Rashawn Ray and Historian Sarah Cameron Will Each Receive $200K to Support Research Projects

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Collage of three images of Tom Willis throwing out the first pitch

A Convincing Pitch for Disability Awareness

Alum Born Without Arms Uses Feet to Toss Ceremonial First Pitches, Shares Story on ‘To Tell the Truth’

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Stephanie Shonekan

Mizzou Administrator, Professor of Music and Black Studies Named ARHU Dean

Stephanie Shonekan to Take Helm of College on July 1

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Man buckles in a crash test dummy

Hearing Echoes of Battle to Get Seat Belts to ‘Click’

Historian’s Smithsonian-Sponsored Project to Explore Tension Between Mandates and Public Safety

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Robin Giebelhausen holds ukulele in her office

A Peek Inside … Music Professor Robin Giebelhausen’s Office

Colorful Puppets, Ukuleles Create Inviting Space for Songs and Learning

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Human sculptures, wearing white, pose on McKeldin Mall

Creative Movement, ‘On Display’

Human Sculpture Court Part of Workshop Exploring the Science of Dance

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art projection on wall

Get ‘Immersed’ in Arts and Tech

New Showcase Highlights Students’ Work in Virtual and Augmented Reality, Other Emerging Media

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Still from “Bridgerton”

The Dark Side of Period Dramas

Professor’s Book Examines Depictions of Sexual Assault in Popular TV Series

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"Stop Asian Hate" protest in Times Square

One Year After Atlanta Killings, Survey Shows Violence Against Asian Americans Persists

UMD Researcher Part of Team That Finds Continuing Hate Crimes Impact All Non-White Groups

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Russian ICBM missile launchers move during the Victory Day military parade marking 71 years after the victory in WWII in Red Square in Moscow, Russia, May 9, 2016.

Op/ed: Why We Obsess Over the Details of a Nuclear Apocalypse

Doomsday Speculations, Paradoxically, Can Provide Comfort in Uncertain Times, UMD Scholar Says

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