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Week of Online Instruction, Sequestering in Place for Resident Students Announced

Urgent Actions Seek to Mitigate Spread of COVID-19 on Campus

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Amid Rise in COVID Cases, Student Gatherings Limited to 5 People

Testing to Expand, Enhanced Health Precautions Implemented in Affected Residence Halls, Fraternity and Sorority Houses

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Pines’ Inauguration Week Activities Announced

Installation of UMD’s 34th President to Feature Grand Challenges, Innovators—and a Signature Ice Cream Flavor

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USM Chancellor, Presidents: ‘Together, We Can End This Virus for Good’

System Leaders Join in Effort to Encourage COVID-19 Vaccinations Across Maryland

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Pines Welcomes Spring 2021 Semester

UMD President Says Terps to Continue Fight Against Racial Injustice, COVID

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Pines: UMD Campus Stands With Collins Family After Urbanski Sentencing

Plans for Memorial to Slain Army Officer Proceeding

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Provost Rankin to Step Down

Accomplishments Include Expanded Learning Opportunities, New Facilities, Administrative Modernization; Wylie to Serve in Interim Role

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New Residence Halls to Be Named for Trailblazers

4 Terps Honored for Helping to Diversify UMD Campus

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Season’s Greetings From Darryll and Sylvia Pines

Video: Holiday Season a Time to Reflect and Look Forward

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UMD Pilots Calculus Course for Prince George’s Students

Free Virtual Class Aims to Increase Minority Enrollment

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Spring 2021 Plans to Look Much Like Fall’s

Most Undergrad Instruction to Begin Online; Students to Live in Single Residence-Hall Rooms; Two Weeks of Online Learning to Follow Spring Break

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Nearly All Undergraduate Courses to Immediately Go Online

Amid County, State COVID Spike, Students Living on Campus Encouraged to Get Tested, Return Home

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