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Margin Call

UMD Expert Offers Glimpse Into How Media Cautiously Considers Election Calls

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Terps Show Intense Voting Interest, Despite COVID-19 Concerns

Poll Finds Most Students Have a Plan in Place—and It’s to Vote in Advance

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Ahead of the Election, Putting the Post Office to the Test

Merrill-USA Today Partnership Measures Mail Delivery Times in Swing States

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Up the Bay With a Paddle—and a Mission

Alum to Stand-up Paddle Entire Length of Chesapeake Bay to Support Oyster Recovery Partnership

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A Juneteenth With Added Significance

Amid National Movement, Holiday Still Marks a Complicated Emancipation

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Op/ed: Black People Are Tired of Trying to Explain Racism

Why Continually Repeat a Truth That Goes Unheard? Journalism Professor Wonders

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George Solomon

A Final Huddle, a Lasting Legacy

With $1M Povich Gift and Alums’ and Friends’ Generosity, New Endowed Chair to Honor Retiring Sports Journalism Director George Solomon

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Showing Strong Character in Netflix Hit

Three Terps Appear in New Series ‘Never Have I Ever’

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Feeling Anxious? Try Broadening Your News Feed

Journalism, iSchool Researchers Find That How We Build Our Online Information Environments Matters

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UMD’s third annual Data Challenge rallied 146 students from programs across campus to creatively transform data into information that could be used to tackle theme-specific challenges

‘Talk Data to Me’

Students Across Campus Find a Common Language in UMD Data Challenge

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Journalism Report: Juvenile ‘Lifers’ Abound in Maryland, Nationwide

Howard Center, Capital News Service Team Up With ‘PBS NewsHour’ for Criminal Justice Investigation

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Virtual Valley

Alum’s Website Uses VR to Bring You Yosemite’s Splendors

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