Millions of people have watched the unrest in Baltimore unfold over the past two weeks. But how do people feel about the media coverage itself? Terp Weekly Edition’s Dante Webster spoke with students and others around the University of Maryland campus to get their opinions on the coverage.
Protests broke out in connection with the Freddie Gray death investigation. Though there was some violence, not everyone on the streets chose to protest violently. Peaceful protesters also gathered at Baltimore’s City Hall.
Sombreros… mustaches… and margaritas… it’s not hard to get excited about this Mexican holiday… but one University of Maryland student set out to teach the true meaning of Cinco de Mayo.
It is often difficult to eat healthy without breaking the bank at the same time. Whole Foods is addressing this issue by creating a chain of its stores that are geared toward millennials and their wallets.
The national anthem started in Baltimore…and ONE University of Maryland student is taking “Oh say can you see” to sporting events all over campus.
The Washington Wizards lose game two of their second round playoff series to the Atlanta Hawks without their team leader John Wall. Although many fans applaud the team’s effort without Wall, they realize the Wizard’s success moving forward depends on the health of their best player.
Ferguson was only the beginning. Some residents of Maryland’s largest city are struggling to maintain their livelihood while others are beginning the fight of their lives.
Art Attack has long been one of the University of Maryland’s largest student entertainment events or “SEE”. Terp Weekly Edition’s Daven Desai finds out more of it’s history.
With finals just around the corner, students at the University of Maryland have to get creative when it comes to finding a quiet place to study.
Dr.Seuss once said, “The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Arielle Amegashie reports from College Park with a group of students who know this firsthand.