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UMD's Jo B. Paoletti addresses how a definition of masculinity and femininity manifested in children's clothing.
UMD's civic communication class sponsored an event working to strengthen ties between students and local police.
ARHU's Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center releases its 2011-2012 season preview, opening with a performance by Patti LuPone.
Photo by John T. Consoli
UMD English Professor Michael Olmert recreates alumnus and first black ACC football player Darryl Hill in new play Moving the Chains.
Ilustration by Brian G. Payne
The new Center for the History of the New America in ARHU will examine the resurgence of an immigrant society in the United States.
Michael Dirda
Washington Post columnist joins UMD English Department as spring Petrou Reader-in-Residence.
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