Terp Weekly Edition – December 9, 2012 – Final Show

December 9, 2012 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comment 

 

Terp Weekly Edition is back with our final show! This week, we’ll give you some longer, more in-depth feature pieces from all our reporters. Thanks for listening!

This week’s episode… listen here!

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Chronic Illness

By: Liz Ugolini

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Liz Ugolini tells us what it’s like living with a chronic illness.

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This is only a fraction of the medications and supplements Liz Ugolini takes every day while undergoing treatment for chronic Lyme Disease.
 
 

The radio host

By: Tim Horsey

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We’re taught in school that the way to get jobs after we graduate is through good grades and internships. But every once in awhile, someone slips through the cracks and finds a whole new way to break into the industry.

Glenn Clark

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glenn Clark (above) hosts the afternoon show and is also the program director at WNST.
 

 

Survivor: College Park

By: Mary Wolmer

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Many people feel a certain attachment to their favorite television shows….but one Terp actually brought his to life. Mary Wolmer has the story.
survivor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Austin Trupp (right) leads a tribal council.
 

 

Flag Football: the biggest sport at Maryland

By: Matt Meiselman

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Flag football is extremely popular at Maryland, and over 2,000 students play each fall.

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The regional flag football championship was held at Maryland from November 9th to 11th.
 

 

Sports dreams

By: Marquis Goodwin

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Most kids only dream of becoming a college athlete. It takes ambition, tenacious resolve, and a willingness to go to any lengths to make that dream a reality. But for those who do, what happens when that dream is over? Marquis Goodwin takes a look at how Terp student-athletes translate their on-field achievements into post graduate careers.

Azizuddin Abdur-Ra'oof. Fanbase 2011, 9 Apr. 2011. Web. 07 Dec. 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Azizuddin “Ziz” Abdur-Ra’oof was once a standout wide receiver for the Terrapins and drafted by the Kansas City Chiefs in 1988 but now serves as the executive director of the ‘M’ Club for the the University of Maryland’s athletic department.
 

 

Terps get ready to enter the “real world”

By: Eric Garment

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Seniors are getting ready to be a part of the workforce, and they’re starting to reflect on their time at school and how prepared they are for life after school.

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The Career Center offers UMD students support in their hunt for employment.
 

 

Thanks for listening!

Terp Weekly Edition – December 2, 2012

December 1, 2012 · Filed Under Uncategorized · Comment 

 

Terp Weekly Edition is back this week with a new episode! This week, we talk about Maryland’s upcoming move to the Big Ten Conference, potential new jurisdiction for the Office of Student Conduct, and more! Make sure to check back every Sunday for a new episode!

This week’s episode… listen here!

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Maryland Athletics and the Big Ten

By: Matt Meiselman

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By moving to the Big Ten, Maryland will drastically improve its athletic program and escape the financial burden it has been dealing with for the last several years. Matt Meiselman has more.

B1G

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maryland will begin participating in the Big 10 in the fall of 2014.

Maryland Academics and the Big Ten

By: Mary Wolmer

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The decision to join the Big 10 was about more than just money and prestige. Mary Wolmer looks at a different motive behind the move.

CIC

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Committee on Institutional Cooperation is made up the the Big Ten schools and the University of Chicago.

 

Office of Student Conduct

By: Liz Ugolini

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A proposed amendment to the UMD Code of Student Conduct aims to expand Office of Student Conduct jurisdiction to off-campus violations that “propose a threat to a member of the university community or is substantially disruptive and of interest to the university. Liz Ugolini has the story.

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The Office of Student Conduct, located on the second floor of the Mitchell Building, will see many more students coming through its doors if the new amendment to the student code passes.

 

The Great Fire at 100

By: Tim Horsey

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Host Intro: Fire is often seen as a destructive force, but it can also be a tool for rebirth. This is the case with the Great Fire of 1912. From the ashes of those flames rose the University of Maryland as we see it today. Tim Horsey has the story.

Great Fire

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The administration building and barracks at the Maryland Agricultural College were no match for the flames.

 

Hear the Turtle!

By: Marquis Goodman

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Marquis Goodwin took to the streets to find out the best deals that Terps found this Black Friday.

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Nike’s black and red Retro Air Jordan 4s were released Black Friday to rave reviews.

Thanks for listening! Check back for an all new show next week!

 
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