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Preview: A look at UMD's Gamer Symphony Orchestra, a diverse student run group that preforms music from video games.
At a time when the economy has forced cutbacks in many university arts programs, the University of Maryland announces a genuine good news story about growth and expansion: the creation of an entir
Junior English major publishes his debut book of poetry, “The Happiest People Cry the Hardest.”By Priya Kumar ’09, Between the Columns
For Immediate Release August 17, 2010 Contacts: Anne Moultrie, 301-445-2722 or amoultrie@usmd.edu, Mike Lurie, 301-445-2719, mlurie@usmd.edu
For Immediate Release July 19, 2010 Contacts: Beth Cavanaugh, 301-405-4625 or bcavana@umd.edu  
Christopher Robeck can’t wait for move-in next month. The freshman communication and theatre major is looking forward to “the menagerie of different people” he’ll live with in Queen Anne’s Hall.
For Immediate Release April 20, 2010 Contacts: Nicky Everette, meve@umd.edu, 301-405-6714 Dean Announces Closure of Center for Renaissance & Baroque Studies
The ARHU Collegiate Council welcomes faculty, staff, and students to the Annual College Forum on Thursday, April 8, 1-3 p.m., in 1100 Tawes Hall.
Robert H. Smith
It is my sad duty to inform you that Robert H. Smith, longtime benefactor for the College of Arts and Humanities and the University of Maryland, died suddenly on Tuesday, December 29, 2009. He was 81.   Mr. Smith and his family’s contributions support a wide variety of programs inside the College, including the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, Israel Studies, Jewish Studies, and Art History and Archaeology. The College has benefited enormously from Robert H. Smith’s generosity and vision for excellence.
Artists-In-Residence
For Immediate Release October 14th, 2009 Contacts: Nicky Everette, 301-405-6714 or meve@umd.edu  The College of Arts and Humanities is pleased to announce the following 2009-2010 Artists-in-Residence:
Dean Harris
The College of Arts and Humanities Office of Communications September 15, 2009  
The College of Arts and Humanities recognizes the following faculty, staff and students for their excellence in service to their department, the college and university community.   2009 Service Award Winners Exempt Staff Service Award: Lauretta Clough Acting Associate Director, School of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures   Non-Exempt Staff Service Award: Helen McClung