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

November 30, 2015


Berwyn community celebrates history with new sign

The Berwyn district, established in 1896, was once a thriving railroad community with its own train station.

College Park City Council will have its first ever even gender split

Mary Cook, Christine Nagle and Dustyn Kujawa will join incumbent Stephanie Stullich on Dec. 7.

Renovation on Tawes Hall, Physics Building should finish by semester's end

Reconstruction in Tawes cost an estimated $15.9 million project and resulted in the addition of six new classrooms.

Patrick Wojahn, College Park mayor-elect, was a plaintiff in Maryland’s same-sex marriage lawsuit

Wojahn is the first gay mayor of College Park.

After struggling with interceptions, Caleb Rowe leads Maryland comeback

The redshirt junior threw for 239 yards, ran for 98 and didn't turn the ball over. 

How Maryland men's basketball spent its trip to Cancun

The Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya looked insane.

Maryland turns to press defense to stymie Cleveland State in second half

The Terps outscored the Vikings by 13 points after the break. 

Brionna Jones shines at Paradise Jam for Maryland women's basketball

The center posted a double-double in all three games in St. Thomas. 

Overhaul the presidential primary system

The current system of choosing presidential candidates is convoluted and undemocratic

Death by 1000 subconcussive hits

Paradoxically, what makes the NFL entertaining will prove to be its undoing

Echoes of racial strains at Princeton mirror those at UMD

The fight to rename Princeton's Woodrow Wilson school and college parallels calls to rename UMD's own Byrd Stadium

Abandoning principle in the war on terror

Far-right politicians pick fear over American values after Paris attacks

The Frederick Douglass statue could be tied to social change at UMD

"It’s one of the things we hoped Frederick Douglass Square would become. That reality is our best hope realized.”

REVIEW: Ruth B's debut EP is soft, sweet and way too short

Ruth Berhe, known simply as Ruth B, started recording six-second snippets of her undiscovered vocal talent on Vine back in 2013.

PLAYLIST: Push Play Monday featuring Taylor Bennett and The Vamps

Time to work off all of that Thanksgiving food. 

REVIEW: Miley Cyrus does her wild, wonderful thing at Echostage

Almost every sense was stimulated by the performance. 


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