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Winter 2022

Winter 2022


A Hardly ‘Boring’ Achievement

Student Team Wins Safety Award in Elon Musk’s Digging Contest


Living, Learning and Teaching

Honors College Scholar-in-Residence Spends Semester Among Students in Residence Hall


New Dining Hall to Honor Indigenous People of Maryland

By Karen Shih ’09 | Photo by Stephanie S. Cordle The university’s first new dining hall in nearly 50 years will bear a name from the Algonquian language…

Letters of Hope and Familiarity

Alum’s New Book Highlights African Americans’ Relationship to Lincoln

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Throwback Threads

As Women’s Basketball Team Shoots for More Success, Get a Glimpse of 1920s Game-day Garb


A Better Plan for Secondhand

Alum’s Streamlined Furniture Resale Website Aims to Cushion the Stress of Online Sales

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Alumni Association News

Letter From the Executive Director It was only a few years ago that Matthew Hollister ’18 stood on the stage at the Do Good Challenge, telling the…
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Food Waste Feeds Ambitions for Fuel, Bioplastics

By Samantha Watters | Illustration by Valerie Morgan From leftovers forgotten until they get furry in the fridge to crops that spoil from faulty storage,…
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The Big Question

How Could Climate Change Affect Your Field? Illustration by Lauren Biagini Shannon DillExtension Agent, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources As…
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