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College of Arts and Humanities

Punch, brick and Fraggle puppets

A Puppet by Any Other Name

Exhibit Highlights the Art Form’s Variety

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Curlee Holton, “Bred for Pleasure,” etching/aquatint, 1995-97

Seeing Juneteenth

How Black Artists Bring the Celebration of Freedom to Visual Life

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Overhead view of orchestra

I Hear a Symphony

National Orchestral Institute + Festival Returns to UMD

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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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