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University Libraries has started an archival project, “Shell-tering in Place: Terp Stories of COVID-19,” to collect and preserve historical documents and accounts of the coronavirus pandemic.

Libraries Collects Stories of ‘Shell-tering in Place’

New Archives Project Creating Historic Record of Pandemic Emphasizes Students, Communities of Color

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Elizabeth Hook stands out in the class of 1920’s sophomore class photo.

Maryland’s Leading Lady

A Century Ago, an Outgoing Entomology Major Became UMD’s First Four-Year Female Grad

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Student protesters block the UMD gate

‘You Had a Feeling That You Could Change the World’

50 Years After Protests Rocked UMD, Their Legacy Remains

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Illustration of man in bed with laptop on lap and dog at feet

Quarantine in Seventeen

Haiku Contest Looks for Quick—but Poetic—Insights on Life at Home

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Student reads at a podium during Read-a-Thon

Reading and Righting

Libraries’ Black History Month Event Celebrates Great Writers

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Elaine Johnson Coates at commencement

‘It’s Worth Fighting For’

First Black Woman to Graduate From UMD Recounts her Experience in New Oral History

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Morphic on a computer screen

Setting the Bar for Computer Access

UMD Libraries’ New Tech Targets Users With Mobility, Language, Vision Barriers, More

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February Fell from the Ladies Almanack

An Illustrated History

Exhibit Celebrates Artwork of Innovative Feminist Djuna Barnes

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Kids play on computer while mom works in Family Study Room

‘It Feels Like Parents Matter’

McKeldin Opens Designated Family Study Space

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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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Ghosts overlaying image of brick campus building

School Spirits

Ghost Tour Invites Terps to Visit the Most Haunted Spots on Campus

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Spiro T. Agnew

‘Nattering Nabobs’ and Other Nuggets From Agnew, Now Digitized

University Libraries Expands Archives of Audio Recordings From Former Vice President’s Speeches, Press Conferences

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