They say big things can come in small packages and University of Maryland students are putting this to the test by hoping to end breast cancer with something smaller than a credit card.
The University of Maryland is home to social and professional Greek life organizations. One minority sorority brings love, unity and respect to the campus community in hopes of unifying the gap between Latinas and higher education. Monique Robinson brings us more.
The election is right around the corner and Terp Weekly Edition’s Nellie Netterville is on University of Maryland’s College Park campus to see if students are ready.
Techno music has grown increasingly popular… especially at the University of Maryland with new local DJ’s emerging right on campus. Here’s Terp Weekly Edition’s Kelsey Kroning with more.
What does one of Maryland football’s best players, Jermaine Carter Jr. expect out of himself? Terp Weekly Edition’s Ben Kessler found out.
You may watch sports news on television, listen to it on the radio, or read it in the newspaper, but do you know how sport news companies bring you that information? Terp Weekly Edition’s Josh Coggins has more about a student run sports website.
Its been 11 years since the release of Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. The Force Awakens movie released last year gave an epic resurgence to the franchise, AND come December it’s time for Rogue One to put butts in seats to see this new iteration of Star Wars.
University of Maryland has taken on more than a few construction projects…Terp Weekly Edition’s Gillian Crawford has more on the story.
More than 20,000 students are enrolled at the University of Maryland but for some it can still be hard to find your place. Maryland CRU combats this with a non-traditional approach.
Have you ever wondered what helps makes a college football team successful? Is it the coaching, game plan, or skill? Well it’s all that and more. Terp Weekly Edition’s Josh Coggins has the story.