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

August 28, 2015


Police investigate indecent exposure incident near Leonardtown building

An incident involving an indecent exposure occurred this morning between 7:30 a.m. and 7:45 a.m. on Rossborough Lane by Leonardtown Building #247.

UMD researchers receive $5 million grant to study biothreat detection

The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity awarded the school of public health this research grant

College Park government appoints Scott Somers as new city manager

Joe Nagro, former manager, to retire after 10 years of service

William Cohen steps in as new undergraduate studies dean

Former English department chair started his new position August 17

Maryland field hockey looks for better communication in opening weekend

At times in its exhibition match against James Madison Sunday, the Terrapins field hockey team’s offense sputtered close to the Dukes’ goal.

Alex Anthony could provide scoring Terps women's soccer missed in 2014

The Terrapins women’s soccer team struggled to put the ball in the back of the net last season. As a result, they went 5-7-6 and missed the conference tournament.

Maryland men's soccer seeks deep playoff run with young roster

Sasho Cirovski sat in front of a microphone in the Byrd Stadium press box Tuesday afternoon, fielding questions from the media about the Terrapins men's soccer team's upcoming season. 

Maryland announces complete schedule for 2015-2016 season

The Terrapins men’s basketball team announced its complete schedule for the 2015-16 campaign Thursday, and it’s filled with high-profile contests.

Strategic plan promises bright future for College Park

OUR VIEW: The city's strategic plan contains the comprehensive revisions needed for College Park to become a top college town

Jim Webb may still have a chance

The "other" democratic candidate for president shouldn't be overlooked completely

Clinton email controversy opens door for Sanders

Another Clinton scandal threatens campaign

Bernie Sanders’ flawed logic on immigration policy

The presidential contender’s zero-sum economics are empirically groundless and socially regressive

REVIEW: 'American Ultra' is a messy mixed bag

As with many action films, the plot itself is nonsensical and often too fast-paced.

REVIEW: 'Mistress America' is a smart, delightful romp

This film survives in finding an unexplored area of the female relationship spectrum: the gray area between best friends and mentor-mentee.

REVIEW: 'Digging for Fire' is an entertaining disappointment

It is the director Joe Swanberg’s largest film to date, which makes the decision to let it form itself all the more interesting.

REVIEW: Carly Rae Jepsen is in the perfect place with 'Emotion'

Jepsen’s Emotion dances away from the bland trend aggregation of the past several years’ blockbuster top-40 albums — at times including, it should be noted, her own — gift-wrapping 2015’s best pop record to date with a refreshing sense of self.


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