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The It/That Happened Project is an opportunity for students to share their stories of inclusion and identity through the performing arts
February 16 - The It/That Happened Project is an opportunity for UMD students to engage in dialogue, inquiry, reflection and action...
Maryland Student Affairs Conference 2018
February 7 - The 42nd Maryland Student Affairs Conference on Friday, February 9 promises to be a great day of learning, professional...
UMD is partnering with The Haven at College to support students in recovery
February 6 - The University of Maryland today announced a partnership with The Haven at College to design and implement additional...
A visitor gets a close up view of the False Monarchy exhibit at The Stamp Gallery.
February 2 - False Monarchy, a new exhibition on view at The Stamp Gallery from Philadelphia-based artist Kyle Kogut, uses the...
Black History Month at the University of Maryland
February 1 - The Black History Month 2018 theme: "Reclaiming Our Voices" illustrates that the black experience on campuses is not...
Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Linda Clement
January 31 - NASPA, the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, announced their annual awards for 2018, which...
A pair of walking shoes in motion travel down a walking path
January 5 - If getting regular exercise is a part of your New Year’s Resolution, then you may want to think about participating in...
Shoemaker Building on the UMD campus
December 15 - The approaching end of the Fall semester may bring added stress from studying for exams, completing projects, preparing...
A crowd releases balloons on the UMD campus
December 12 - Unique Venues has announced the winners of its 2017 Best Of Awards, recognizing the standout campuses, conference and...
Can goods are stacked to form a castle as a gift to UMD Campus Pantry
November 22 - The University of Maryland Campus Pantry received a generous donation of canned goods and similar perishable items from...

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