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Student Entertainment Events (SEE)

Marching band plays in front of Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center

Homecoming Week Preview: What’s New, What’s Back

100th Anniversary Additions Include $10K Field Goal Kick, Pup Parade, Do Good Service Project

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Miss Toto performs on stage

Proud to Be a Drag

Alum Miss Toto Emcees SEE’s Spring Drag Show Tonight

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Big Time Rush performs

‘Big Time’ Manager Comes Full Circle

Alum Credits SEE for Jump-starting Entertainment Career With New Kids on the Block, Lea Michele and More

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Jennette McCurdy smiling holding a microphone and book against a blue background

'It Makes Me Feel Like It Was All Worth Something'

New York Times Bestselling Author Jennette McCurdy Shares Struggles Behind Success

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Colin Jost

‘SNL’s’ Colin Jost to Headline SEE’s Homecoming Comedy Show

Tickets on Sale for Two Oct. 16 Shows With Popular Actor, Comedian

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students pose for photo on McKeldin Mall

Sounds of a New Start

UMD Welcomes—and Welcomes Back—Terps for Fall 2022 With Loaded Lineup of Events

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Red photo of Vince Staples performing

Art Attack’s Back

As Star-Studded Concert Series Resumes Saturday, Take Our Quiz on Past Headliners

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Crowd at an Art Attack performance

What It Takes: Art Attack

As Concert Returns for First Time Since 2019, SEE Directors Share Challenges, Excitement

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Collage of programs, posters and ticket stubs from SEE shows

50 Years of SEE-ing Sensational Shows

Delve Through the Decades as Student Programming Board Celebrates Anniversary With Weeklong Art Attack

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Joy Buolamwini with white mask

Uncovering ‘Coded Bias’

Film, Panel Discussion to Explore Inequalities in Artificial Intelligence

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Tarana Burke

‘Healing in Action and Action in Healing’

#MeToo Founder Talks to Terps on How to Start—and Sustain—Social Change

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Collage of performers Koffee, W. Kamau Bell, Jesse McCartney, 3OH!3 and Jaboukie Young-White

Banded Together

USM Institutions to Host Virtual Benefit Concert to Help Students in Financial Crisis

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