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Homecoming collage: Terps Against Hunger students, Juke Joint, flag at football game, Jimmy O. Yang

Homecoming Celebration Comes Back to Campus

Gear Up for a Spirit-filled Week of Fireworks, Football, Friends and Fun

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Students congregate at the Nyumburu Cultural Center Amphitheater after a Black Terps Matter protest in June 2020.

‘Freedom House’ at 50

Nyumburu Celebrates Milestone Anniversary as Center for Black Culture on Campus

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Collage of Isaac Moore with DMV Does Good Inc.

Starting Up a Vehicle for Care

Staffer’s New Nonprofit Began in His Car, Now Reaches Hundreds Struggling With Hunger, Homelessness

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Testudo interacts with small child in UMD football jersey on McKeldin Mall

‘Together at Last’

Family Weekend Returns as UMD’s Largest Yet

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Students at tables during First Look Fair

Second Chance for First Look

Rescheduled Annual Activities Fair to Connect Terps to Student Groups

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Andrea Goodwin portrait

A ‘One-Stop Shop’ for Student Support

Inaugural Dean of Students Outlines Her Plan to Help Terps Navigating Challenges

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Muslin prayer space

A ‘Refuge’ Refreshed

Renovated Prayer Space Is a New Home for Muslim Terps

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What You Need to Know in Fall 2021: Mental Health Resources

From Coping With Stress to Navigating Change, Counseling Center Seeks to Support Terps’ Mental Health

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Student gets food at dining hall

What You Need to Know in Fall 2021: Dining Services

In-Person, Anytime Dining Returns With New Chef-Driven Dishes

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Pines Emphasizes Fall Vaccination Expectations

Unvaccinated Terps Required to Wear Masks, Undergo Twice-Weekly Testing

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UMD campus

More Students Eligible for Latest Federal Pandemic Aid

International, DACA, Undocumented Students Can Apply for Help With Food, Rent, Health Care Expenses

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“Resilience Through Art: Black Legacies at UMD”

‘Legacies’ Worthy of Art

Stamp Gallery Exhibit Focuses on Black and Queer Terps

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