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Fall Courses to Go Online After Thanksgiving Break

Student Services to Scale Back; Regular COVID-19 Testing to Continue

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Pines Calls for Patience, Unity as Votes Are Tallied

Expert Panel Today Will Examine What’s Known So Far About Outcomes

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Pines Pitches in to Get Out the Vote

Xfinity Center Serves as Polling Site, Reinforcing Terp Commitment to Making All Voices Heard

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University Makes Progress on Antiracism Initiatives

Onboarding Program, History Project, Athletics Effort Part of Strengthened Commitment

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Convocation to Shine Spotlight on Faculty, Staff Accomplishments

Leader of Spring’s Virtual-Learning Pivot Will Be Among 27 Honorees

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Participation Surges for Disability Awareness Month

Accessible Online Events, Rising Student Engagement Cited

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Bowie State, UMD Launch Alliance to Honor 1st Lt. Richard Collins III

Partnership to Foster Social Justice at Both Campuses and Beyond

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Pines to Teach ‘Grand Challenges’ Course

Freshmen Invited to Connect as They Tackle Tough Issues of Our Time

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9 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About President Pines

His Modest Beginnings, Boyhood Heroes, Futuristic Research and Plans to Tackle ‘Grand Challenges’

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Wear Your Mask 4 Maryland

New PSA Promotes Why Terps Choose Safe Behavior

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Limited In-person Undergraduate Instruction to Resume Monday

Dining to Continue ‘Grab and Go;’ RecWell, Stamp Amenities to Remain Available by Appointment

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Leaders Unveil Strategies to Close Projected $292M Budget Shortfall Due to Pandemic

Highest-Paid Employees Face Temporary Salary Reductions; Hiring Freeze Remains in Place

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