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Role Reversal

March 15, 2019 School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies

Performers put nontraditional spin on Broadway, Hollywood tunes.

Voices Unheard

March 08, 2019 School of Music

Violin major Camille Jones ’20 amplifies underrepresented musicians.

The Washington Examiner

Ravi Coltrane Charts Own Jazz Path

March 06, 2019 School of Music, The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

Son of John and Alice Coltrane will always honor family legacy.

Maryland Today

Celebration Honors Scholarship, Research Excellence

March 04, 2019 Communication, School of Music

Inaugural campus event recognizes high-impact achievements.

True To Life

February 28, 2019 School of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies

Theatre major Molly Boyle '19 finds her stage voice.

Emergency powers helped Hitler’s rise. Germany has avoided them ever since.

February 25, 2019 History

The lessons of the Weimar Republic.

The American Interest

Beyond Mary Poppins: The Politics and Economics of Real-Life Nannies

February 22, 2019 History

From Roma to Mary Poppins Returns, fictional portraits of nannies are more popular than ever. Yet the reality of their lives—and the dysfunction of our public policy on care work—is too often obscured.

Maryland Today

Taking Pictures

February 21, 2019 Art

Phillips, UMD partnership host latest “Conversations With Artists.”

Bmore Art

"Empirical Evidence" of Cataclysmic Climate Change

February 20, 2019 Art

John Ruppert’s "LAB: Empirical Evidence" at UMBC examines our relationship to climate change in physical and psychological ways.

The Washington Informer Online

Exhibition Shows Range of Black Beauty

February 20, 2019 David C. Driskell Center for the Visual Arts and Culture of African Americans and the African Diaspora

"Posing Beauty in African American Culture," the latest exhibition at the David Driskell Center, confirms that Black people are lovely.