The Diamondback : The University of Maryland's Independent Student Newspaper

October 4, 2015


Credit bureau handling University of Maryland free protection plan was hacked last month

Experian, hired to provide free credit monitoring after the 2014 University of Maryland data breach, was hacked last month.

Phase one of Cole renovations to begin in the coming weeks

Organizations and departments housed in the building will begin relocating on and off the campus soon. 

Randall Toussaint becomes city's economic development coordinator

Toussaint has more than 10 years of experience working for city and county governments and is ready to support business in College Park.

Impulse control, delinquent peers could predict drug abuse

The study, partly led by University of Maryland researchers, observed more than 1,300 juvenile delinquents over seven years.  

Randy Edsall says Maryland might wait until game time to announce QB

After throwing his nation-leading 12th interception in the third quarter of the Terrapins football team's 28-0 loss to Michigan, Caleb Rowe was benched for the second game in a row. 

Maryland field hockey coach Missy Meharg picks up 500th career win

Sunday afternoon, the Terrapins field hockey team defeated Miami of Ohio, 6-2, in Oxford, Ohio, to seal coach Missy Meharg’s 500th career win.

Maryland volleyball losing streak extends to seven with loss at Purdue

With outside hitter Emily Fraik and captain sidelined for the season, the Terrapins volleyball team needs extra contributions elsewhere, especially on the offensive end. Saturday against No. 18 Purdue, outside Adreenè did her best to help the Terps upset the Boilermakers for their first conference win of the season.

Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh shares the sidelines with his brother John

Ravens coach watches as Maryland falls to his brother's team. 

Greenwashing? That's hogwash

"Environmental activists" should get their facts straight before blaming the energy industry for "destroying our planet"

A simple name change isn't enough

Covering up our unattractive past won't improve our future

Debate: Renaming Byrd Stadium

Two columnists debate the implications of renaming Byrd Stadium

Divest from fossil fuels

Fossil fuels should have no place in our environmentally sustainable future.

Family Weekend offers something for everyone

This weekend is even more extraordinary than most.

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘The Martian’ is two Earth hours well spent

Presumably, no one was more upset about Monday’s water-on-Mars announcement than the producers of The Martian

Notes from the Landmark Festival: Listen to your city

A festival is different than a concert, because, more than a performance, it is a celebration. And the Landmark Music Festival held this past weekend was a celebration of Washington.

Equestrian club saddles up for another year of love and labor

“It’s a really unique club in terms of workload. There’s a lot of love and passion that goes into paying 40 dollars to scoop poop at 7am.”


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