Steve Jobs, Mark Zukerberg and Bill Gates are just a few in the long list of technological innovators of the past few decades, but this list is clearly missing something…women.
Flamenco is a form of Spanish folk music and dance from Andalusia in southern Spain. How did it make it all the way to Maryland? With a little help from a UMD dance instructor and her guitarist.
After a racist and sexist email was leaked from the Kappa Sig Fraternity at the University of Maryland, Greek life is still feeling the effects.
February was Black History Month and one African American University of Maryland freshman is reflecting on the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Sex. Drugs. Parties. When students go wild, it can be a big problem for college campuses. And at the University of Maryland, students aren’t JUST experimenting, they’re DOCUMENTING their activities on a new social media account and the content is stirring up controversy.
The Washington Wizards beat the Toronto Raptors in game two of their first round playoff series to give them a 2-0 lead. This has fans optimistic about the teams chances moving forward.
They’re taking a stand against the government and getting HIGH. Some DC, Maryland, and Virginia residents are lighting up and celebrating a day dedicated to smoking pot.
They came to tell life-changing stories. Cancer survivors, cancer supporters, hundreds of people – from all walks of life – gathered at the University of Maryland to remember those who lost their battle. And the ones who won.
Studying Abroad is a great experience provide dot students her at the University of Maryland. Spending a semester in another country is exactly what some students need.
Between exams and internship interviews April is a stressful time for college students. For seniors, it’s also the end of a chapter and the beginning of a new one.