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Philip Merrill College of Journalism

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Op/ed: Actually, People Don’t Hate the Media as Much as You Think

Researchers Say Trust Deficit, Partisan Divide Aren’t So Cut-and-Dried

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Class Unearths Newspapers’ Racist Coverage of Lynchings

Journalism Students Use Data Analytics to Comb Through 60K Articles

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Philip Merrill Presidential Scholars Program Honors Top Students and Their Mentors

Program Provides $1,500 UMD Scholarships in K-12 Teachers’ Names

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UMD-Post Poll: Americans Split on Athletes Sharing Political Views

Pro Players’ Support of Voting Rights Has Broad Approval

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Op/Ed: How Not to Cover Trump’s 2024 Campaign

Journalism Professor Urges More Preparation, Discipline to Provide Facts, Clarity

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The Cool Day Jobs of UMD’s Adjunct Professors

How 5 Lecturers Bring Real-World Expertise to the Classroom

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Fall 2023’s Fresh Faces

Meet 9 Exceptional First-Year Students Starting Their Time as Terps

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Study: Role of Philanthropy Grows in American Journalism

UMD Professor Co-Leads Survey Finding Increased Funding—and Ethical Considerations

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Philip Merrill College of Journalism Mourns Passing of Founding Dean

Ray Hiebert Revamped, Elevated Journalism Education at Maryland

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Keeping an Eye on the Spies

Journalism Professor’s Book Recounts Senator’s 1970s Campaign to Rein in Intel Agencies

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‘I Refuse to Lie Down’

Paralyzed in an Accident 11 Years Ago, Graduating Senior Redefines Himself as Sports Journalist

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Journalism Associate Dean Elevated to Lead Merrill College

Journalist, Educator Rafael Lorente to Expand Efforts Reimagining Education and Emphasizing Diversity, Student Opportunities

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