LATEST NEWS: The Diamondback Newspaper at the University of Maryland to Publish Only Online
- After 110 years in print, The Diamondback will become online only in March
- Maryland Media Inc: The Diamondback’s service won’t end with its print edition (Opinion)
- DBK editor in chief: The Diamondback is adapting to meet the demands of its audience
The Diamondback is the University of Maryland’s award-winning independent student newspaper. Our financial independence allows us to report on important university or College Park issues without fear of censorship or interference. We support the important work and education of our 150 student journalists.
Mitzpeh is the news source for the University of Maryland Jewish community. Mitzpeh chronicles events within the community, functions as a forum for members of the Jewish community to voice their opinions, and provides journalists-in-training with writing, editing, and photojournalism experience.
The Terrapin is the official yearbook of the University of Maryland. The first issue of the yearbook, entitled Reveille, was published in 1897 and was over 130 pages in length. The name changed to The Terrapin in 1935, and grew in size along with the campus. Today, it’s about 320 pages annually. Each issue of the yearbook is produced entirely by the students.