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Ready to Roll

New Terps Arrive Prepared and Pumped at Move-in, Weekend Events

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A Festivus for the Rest of … Earth

EarthFest Celebrates Sustainability on Campus

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A Welcome, and Call to ‘Contribute to Solutions to Improve Our Planet’

Pines Commits to Fossil Fuel-free Power Plant by 2035; Student Minimum Wage to Rise to $15 on Jan. 1

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Sounds of a New Start

UMD Welcomes—and Welcomes Back—Terps for Fall 2022 With Loaded Lineup of Events

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The Wizards Behind the Curtain

An Insider’s Look at How UMD’s Fall Magic Happens

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New Kid on the Quad

Resident Director Raising Newborn on Campus to Celebrate First Father’s Day

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Residence Hall Essentials Get New Lease on Life at Campus ReUse Store

Students Can Donate Gently Used Appliances, Accessories to Benefit Other Terps

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UMD’s Overnight Workers Come Out of the Dark

Cleaning, Maintenance Crews Share Surprising Stories, Challenges of Post-Sunset Work

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A Groundbreaking Naming

University Dedicates Pyon-Chen Hall With Descendants of Pioneering Students

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A ‘Welcome’ Return

During Move-in Weekend, Students Roll Into Life on a Revitalized Campus

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A Peek Inside Pyon-Chen Hall

Residence Hall Opening Next Month Honors Trailblazing Asian Students

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A New Terp’s Guide to the UMD Galaxy

Recently Launched Program Links Incoming Students With Seasoned Undergrads

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