As civil unrest continues to grow through out Baltimore, some locals are choosing to use their words as their weapons.
American Sniper, a movie about a deceased Navy Seal, made more money at the box office in the United States than any other film last year… But a screening of the movie was postponed at the University of Maryland after Muslim students complained
The best way to get a college student’s attention is free stuff. This past Tuesday, UMD’s Jewish Student Union offered that and a lot more to students who attended their annual Israel Fest.
Every year Maryland Day brings together all of the University’s students, former students and their families for a fun-filled day of celebration, good food, and great things to learn about.
Soccer has quickly become the fastest growing sport in America…. But, could the MLS ever catch up to the top four major sports leagues in the country?
A student group on the University of Maryland campus seeks to make a difference in discussion…through community service…and even through concerts…Terp Weekly Edition’s Kate Faiella sat down to talk to a few of the group’s members about their mission and their event.
A student lead proposal to allow alcohol sales to the general public at University of Maryland sporting events is gaining momentum. The final decision is now in the hands of school president Wallace Loh. Chris Calianno is in College Park to get fan’s reactions to the possible move.
The University of Maryland places a high value on student entrepreneurship. That’s why it footed a $100,000 bill to bring students the latest technology.
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.