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Sticking Points

As Player, Then Coach, Reese Takes Women’s Lacrosse to NCAA Titles by Annie Dankelson | Photo courtesy of Maryland Athletics When the University of…

Homeownership Program Builds Greater College Park Community

by Chris Carroll A program encouraging people who work in College Park to live here turned a corner—and another key—this summer. The 50th house was sold…
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Research Finds Toxic Tradeoff in Pollution-Control Battle

by Terp Staff | Illustration by Valerie Morgan As China enacts ambitious pollution control policies to improve air quality in urban areas, University of…
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Wind in Their Sails

Alum Uses Sailing to Connect Children to Environment by Liam Farrell | Photos courtesy of Call of the Sea Charlie Hart ’62 believes the past provides a…
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Inclusive Care

Center to Focus on Improving Mental Health Among LGBTQ+ Communities by Annie Dankelson | Illustration by Margaret Hall Transgender patients can experience…
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”Faster, Safer, Cheaper“

A woman’s lifesaving new kidney arrived by drone, and the nation’s transplant system may never be the same. by Chris Carroll | Photo by John T.…
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Absurdity of Her Days

A year after her husband was killed in a mass shooting, Andrea Chamblee ’83 navigates grief by finishing his final book and taking a public role in gun-reform…
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A Cold, Hard Act

Using sensors in the Arctic, a professor hoped to visually depict the ice melting for an audience a continent away—until climate change itself disrupted his…
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Deep in “The Boondocks”

Twenty Years Later, Alum’s Comic Creation Still Hits Hard by Daniel Oyefusi ’19 | "The Boondocks" character courtesy of Sony Pictures Television; "The…
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