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"Henry V"

September 18, 2020

UMD Theatre's first production of the 2020–21 season will be free and outdoors.

UMD Associate Professor Roxanne Gould and her mother making an offering of asema (tobacco) on the shores of Lake Superior.

A Relational Approach

September 4, 2020

Collaborative UMN project connecting Indigenous perspective, humanities scholarship, and community in problem-solving for the... more

Caged cover art

"Caged," a Musical Piece, Honors Victims

August 17, 2020

Faculty use art to call attention to oppression and racism.

Artist Carl Gawboy

Research to Connect Communities

July 23, 2020

Tweed Museum of Art research is bringing an important artist's life work into focus, while connecting it to the... more

UMD College Liberal Arts sign and hallway

Building a New UMD College Together

July 10, 2020

On July 1, CLA & SFA combined and are creating a new strong college.

Asmita Ghimire

Race to a Degree

July 9, 2020

Graduate student publishes and finishes master degree in one-year.

Image of book cover: Says, William Salmon, Negative Inversion, Social Meaning, and Gricean Implicature

Linguistics Professor Publishes Book

July 6, 2020

Professor William Salmon publishes dialects book.

DJAW journal cover

Academic Excellence: Online

July 6, 2020

Undergraduate students in writing studies create an online academic... more

UMD Production of "An Enemy of the People"

Production & Director Honored

June 29, 2020

UMD's production of An Enemy of the People and Professor Tom Isbell receive KCACTF awards.

Student Entrepreneurs Made “Lemonade” During Pandemic

June 28, 2020

Ben Patt, a senior Finance major, started to make the proverbial lemonade out of the pandemic’s lemons.

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