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

June 3, 2015




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BREAK-INS AND A BODY
STUDY: Tuition increases could negatively impact UMD's diversity

Research finds that black and Hispanic enrollment drops as costs rise.

Counseling Center cuts ESOL program for international students at UMD

The termination saves about $54,000 in the center's budget next year.

UMD construction freeze will have minor impact on building projects

The freeze does not impact state-funded projects, which include the construction of the Brendan Iribe Center for Computer Science and Innovations, the A. James Clark Hall, the Edward St. John Learning and Teaching Centers and the Cole Field House renovations.

Maryland baseball holds off UCLA to secure Los Angeles Regional title

For the second time in three nights, the Terrapins baseball team beat No. 1 overall seed UCLA in the NCAA tournament. Monday night, the No. 3-seed Terps held off the Bruins, 2-1, at Jackie Robinson Stadium to claim the Los Angeles Regional title and advance to their second straight Super Regionals.

Maryland baseball suffers first tournament defeat in loss to UCLA

After back-to-back wins to open the NCAA tournament, the Terrapins baseball team stood as the lone undefeated squad in the Los Angeles Regional and was well positioned to make its second straight Super Regionals appearance.

Maryland baseball stuns tournament's top seed UCLA to reach regional final

Before the Terrapins baseball team stepped up to the plate in its game against UCLA on Saturday night, it was already in a hole.

Maryland baseball shuts down Ole Miss in NCAA tournament opener

Terrapins baseball ace Mike Shawaryn was struggling with his command.

A university report card

The Diamondback's editorial board reviews various university figures, groups and policy changes.

Rethinking UMD's tuition problem

The way we approach secondary education is broken.

It’s important to care less

How my lame social life in college has taught me a valuable lesson

The economy's weakness

Wage stagnation is holding the economy back

Inside the operations and obstacles of Student Entertainment Events

From the Homecoming Comedy Show to Art Attack, a lot of money goes in and out of Student Entertainment Events. 

REVIEW: A weekend at the Boston Calling Music Festival

“If you feel the will to move, say ‘Hell yes,’” Beck commanded the thousands of attendees who braved the chilly, windy opening night of the three-day music festival located at Boston’s City Hall Plaza.

'Animal Joy,' 'St. Vincent' and other albums that'll live on after I graduate

A staff writer recalls the defining albums of his college career.

REVIEW: Third season of 'Inside Amy Schumer' is both cliché and brilliant

In one of her latest sketches, Amy Schumer is serenaded by boy band members imploring her to remove her makeup.


 

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