Terp Weekly Edition April 15, 2012
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By: Amber Glenn
A candlelight vigil was held Monday April 2 in front of Mckeldin Library in honor of Trayvon Martin’s death. A couple dozen students stood in silence and reflected on what the teen’s killing means for justice in America.
By: Kathy Johnson
A new smart phone app is in the works at the University of Maryland to keep students safe and prevent crime in a whole different way. Kathy Johnson talked to University police to find out how the new safety app works.
By: Karin Zeitvogel
The popular Maryland eatery is in a financial pickle that DaSean Preacher and his colleagues blame on previous Co-op management teams. The current staff have introduced sweeping measures to try to keep the Co-op alive.
By: Rachel Manu
The Beagle app for smart phones allows users to post errands for others to run for a small monetary profit.
By: Anna Hunter
The University of Maryland baseball team has a brand new addition. For the first time ever the team has welcomed a group of seventeen cheerleaders known as Diamond Girls to the Bob “Turtle” Smith Stadium.
That’s all for this week. Tune in next week to find out about the program the Department of Natural Resources brought back to fight snakeheads and Maryland’s Terp Service Weekend.