The holidays are a great time to catch up on some movies and see some great live performances. So sit back, relax, and pass the popcorn as we give you our holiday guide to what to watch.
Grammy nominations were announced this week, and here’s a group from the University of Maryland that may aspire to perform there some day.
University of Maryland students can take a break from studying this finals season to enter a winter wonderland and watch a classic holiday fairy tale.
Doctor Suess has been a staple of the American childhood since the nineteen forties. But psychologists say it isn’t his colorful illustrations and poetic prose that leave the honorary doctor’s readers with a case of the giggles.
Finding the right “rhythm” in the dancing industry can be complicated and challenging. Adriane Fang, a prominent dancer who teaches at the Clarice Smith School of Performing Arts, offers some advice for students intending to pursue this path.
The holiday season is in rapidly approaching for DC residents. At the Fairmont Hotel in Georgetown…a tree wasn’t the only thing to light up.
The Terrapin Row community is set to open in the Fall of 2016. While the new apartments are sure to bring lots of positive attention to College Park, there are some major issues with the development, as well.
The newest technology fad, emojis, are now part of modern texting conversation. And some of them are more naughty than nice.
After ISIS coordinated attacks in Paris killed 130 people and injured hundreds others, this immigrant student from France, examines what impact this will have on the Arab society in France.
Following the recent terrorist attacks in Paris, University of Maryland Faculty and students have some strong opinions on world terrorism.