Dedicated—and slightly obsessed—Terps created their own version of “Survivor.” Twelve smartphone-shot seasons later, they’ve kept the torch burning, and passed it to “castaway” communities...
Full legalization of marijuana is often considered inevitable. But as the industry takes off, Terp entrepreneurs and academics alike are still wrestling with the implications.
One hundred years ago, the flu pandemic had an unexpected side effect: a civil rights breakthrough for black nurses. In an upcoming book, a UMD professor will tell their stories.
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Letter From the Executive Director A lot can change in 30 years: Ratsie’s to Nandos, the Rendezvous to Cornerstone, the old Cole Field House to the new Cole Field House. Just as College Park has transformed...
Research Shows How Pollutants Lead to Bad Calls
Alum’s Entries Give Glimpse of 1930s Terp Life
Researchers Explore Use of Smells to Help Convey Visual Information
50 Years After Apollo 11 Landing, UMD Experiment Continues to Provide Physics Answers