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Students blow bubbles on McKeldin Mall

Spring Pops With Color

Warmer Weather (Finally!) Brings Students Outside to Enjoy a Brightened Campus

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Busy food court at the Stamp

What It Takes: Running the Stamp Student Union

UMD’s Student Life Hub Welcomes 14,000 People Each Day to Eat, Play and Meet—All Thanks to Its Small Army of Full-Time and Student Employees

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Students at tables during First Look Fair

Second Chance for First Look

Rescheduled Annual Activities Fair to Connect Terps to Student Groups

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Andrea Goodwin portrait

A ‘One-Stop Shop’ for Student Support

Inaugural Dean of Students Outlines Her Plan to Help Terps Navigating Challenges

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Cycle class

12 Ways to Get Connected This Semester

Starting With Second Look Fair, Student Affairs Helps Terps Spring Forward

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Student holds Rubik's Cube

Puzzling Greatness

UMD Turns Into Hub for Top Rubik’s Cube Solvers

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Dorm room with gray and pink color scheme

Singular Achievements in Residence Hall Living

First-year Students Show Style, Creativity in Their One-Person Rooms

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Lawn sign that reads, "Welcome Terps! We're happy you are here!" with a Testudo illustration

A Once-in-a-Lifetime Welcome

Pandemic Reshapes Move-in Weekend, With Students Masked, on Zoom and Outdoors

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"Maryland Night Live" cast members

Live From College Park!

Student Show Unites Divergent Campus Comedy Threads Into Irreverent Whole

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Illustration of blue sky with Eiffel Tower, pyramid, plane/plane tickets and passport, buildings and mountains

‘Abroad’en Your Thinking

Today’s Fair Points Students to Overseas Academic Opportunities

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Group photo in front of bus from #NowATerp tour

#NowATerp Tour Delivers Good News

Instant Parties Break Out as UMD Officials, Band, Cheerleaders Share Admission Letters to UMD

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Collage of items from student org collections

Stamping Students’ History

New University Archives Initiative Seeks to Preserve Terp Organizations’ Past

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