Class, exams, late nights, and parties. These are what most people think of when they think of the life of a college student. However for one Maryland student, developing a clothing brand was on his college to-do list.
College is a time to explore new skills and take on more responsibility. One University of Connecticut student pursued a leadership position that turned into a presidential role.
The University of Maryland Dining Services is adding a new addition to their list of eating options on campus. Alexia Mingo-Smith has the story.
The University of Maryland will welcome another famous artist this May for the annual Art Attack music event. But before the big star takes the stage, an up and coming artist or band will kick things off. Terp Weekly Edition’s Kevin Reilly was at the competition where 6 bands faced off for the honor.
U-M-C-P may mean “University of Maryland College Park” to some people. Others joke that it stands for “U Must Come Party.” But one college student group is flying above the influence.
The weight room is not just for the boys anymore…more and more women are getting serious about getting fit, and strength training is key to meeting their goals.
Are you tired of mediocre diner food and the greasy fast food restaurants at the Stamp Student Union? Well luckily for students at the University of Maryland good food is only a few steps away.
A Colombian film that was nominated for the Best Foreign Language Academy Award has finally premiered in our area. Terp Weekly Edition’s Matt Kubisiak talked to one University of Maryland professor who worked with the indigenous Amazonian people portrayed in ”Embrace of the Serpent.”
As college students…most of us find it hard just to make time to socialize. However…some students go above and beyond in their extracurriculars…including one student who spends his free time saving lives.
With spring break over for University of Maryland students, the party has come to an end for now. But one Terp is trying to keep the good vibes rolling.