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Classically Dope takes rap to the 18th century. (Courtesy of Classically Dope via The Washingtonian
Students from UMD's Daraja Ensemble collaborate with DC rapper Konshens.
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Karen Bradley reflects on the meaning of Trump's handshake etiquette.

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UMD faculty reflect on the meaning and impact of diversity.
A visual interrogation of the rolw of artistic communication on changing sociopolitical environments. 
The College of Arts and Humanities and Maryland Humanities presented Pulitzer Prize-winning author-historians Taylor Branch and Isabel Wilkerson in conversation with Sherrilyn Ifill.

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2/22/17, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Roshan Institute partners with Kent State University to digitize the national archives of Afghanistan.
2/16/17, Washington Jewish Week
Play encourages a second look at the simplistic understanding of gender, identity and womanhood.
2/15/17, The Diamondback
UMDs "production of Earnest provides a sliver of hope in a time that has been difficult for many."
2/13/17, DC Metro Theater Arts
This "trivial comedy for serious people" is much more than just a farce.

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