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Students explore changing role of black protest music.
Among the items on display: paintings, sculptures and melted prescription bottles.
No one applauds the lighting designer.
American studies professor Psyche Williams-Forson weighs in on the cultural food shaming that exists in society.
UMD artists and researchers open new views of opera.
Associate Professor of Women's Studies Ashwini Tambe weighs in on the history of adolescence.
UMD’s National Orchestral Institute hit a high note on Friday with a Grammy nomination for best orchestral performance.
In face of obstacles, student speaker shows heart of champion in reaching academic goals.
The School of Theatre, Dance, and Performing Arts brings 17th century Belgian painting to life at the "Triumph of Isabella"
22 faculty members from the College of Arts and Humanities have received promotion and/or tenure.
On muppet maker’s birthday, take a seat—and a pic.
Students and audiences will experience the composer’s complex musical range.
Remarks by Dean Thornton Dill to students, faculty and staff at the college’s annual convocation.
An author examines the ways in which elite colleges can be toxic to the minority faculty members they hire, and what might be done to improve the situation.
Student-designed furniture rounds out café renovation.
Spike Lee turns to MFA grad to costume his casts.
The "Moving Visuals" exhibit deals with issues of blackness, power and identity through bizarre videos and nude performance.
Peter Carruthers and Chris Gekker receive the university’s highest academic honor for faculty.