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Binge Drinking on Campus
By: Meaghan Corzine
Out for a night on the town? Well there’s more to worry about than waking up with that killer hangover the next day.
Some students just can’t resist a tall glass of cold brew.
By: Annie Hunter
When Karen Kaye-Beall had trouble finding help answering questions about her future as the mother of two autistic children, she didn’t give up. Rather, she started an organization that’s benefited her as well as countless others.
Karen Kaye-Beall in her home office with her adopted daughter Amelia, left, and her biological son Tyler, right. Both Amelia and Tyler were diagnosed with autism at a young age.
Humans Vs. Zombies
By: Brittany Waters
Lions and tigers and zombies… O My! Brittany Waters talks with Dan Michaels, the President of University of Maryland Nerf Activity Society, Sarah Daygin, a zombie, and A. J. Francis, a human, to get the scoop on one of UMD’s craziest activities.
Humans and Zombies come together at Hornbake plaza to gear up for the night’s scenario.
Campus Learning Spaces
By: Lauren Robinson
The University of Maryland has been working to improve study areas on campus. Knight Hall and the Terrapin Commons in McKeldin Library are two places where students study and embrace these new benefits.
Junior Connie Kinkead studies on the second floor of McKeldin Library in between classes.
By: Wynne Anderson
On Thursday nights, the University of Maryland’s Club Bowling Team practices in TerpZone; but this isn’t just some rag tag team… they have their own coach, Tom McKee. McKee however; doesn’t only coach his team, he’s willing to help anyone who wants to learn.
University of Maryland’s Club Bowling Team Coach Tom McKee winds up and takes a shot at the TerpZone bowling alley.
That’s all for this week. We’re taking next week off to prepare for our biggest show of the year, ranging from topics like the Olympics to a new local Hookah Bar.
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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.
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Campus Mystery Construction
by Jeff Williamson
Harming the environment?
by Wynne Anderson
Take the TWE survey!
This week, it’s all about taxes…
Game on for sports journalism school
by Owen Sloan
They want how much for gas?!?
by Kathy Foster-Johnson
by Meg Corzine
Terp Weekly Edition was produced this week by Lauren Robinson and edited by Annie Hunter. Karin Zeitvogel was the web editor. The survey was produced by Amber Glenn.
In an effort to stop tuition hikes the SGA went to speak with legislators in Annapolis on Monday, Feb. 27th, along with any other Maryland students who wanted to go.
Church minister at the Catholic Student Center Lisa Green explains the meaning behind Lent and why it’s celebrated. Students around campus share what they are giving up for these 40 days and what they expect to change when Easter comes.
Student attendance is down this season for men’s basketball games at Maryland’s Comcast Center. Reporter Christopher Cooke finds out why.
Karin Zeitvogel sat down with the UMD Duelists and found out that those little cards that used to be for kids are now worth big bucks.
This week’s host Amber Gleen sits down with William Jones, Associate Director of External Relations and Information Technology Services at the University of Maryland Career Center, to discuss the career services provided to UMD students. The University of Maryland hosts career fairs and recruiter workshops to help students make that transition from what’s learned in the classroom to landing their very first job.
This week on Terp Weekly Edition:
- With Spring Break just a week away, students are making plans for the
mid-semester break. Devin Miller says some students are heeding
warnings not to travel to Mexico, spurred by the recent onslaught of
drug-cartel related violence.
- Meanwhile, Emily Jacobs reports that while some students are planning
a week of leisure and relaxation, some are preparing for a more
fulfilling, ‘alternative’ spring break.
- Is Charlie Sheen a ‘winner’, or a celebrity with a serious case of
substance abuse? Brian Hoffman gets insights from university health
experts and students.
- For the rapidly changing news business, its becoming a multimedia world. Jason Murphy
has the first in a series of reports spotlighting multimedia journalism. NPR managing editor for digital news Mark Stencel recently
visited the Merrill College of Journalism as part of a journalism speakers series.
- Anchor Ken Gartner talks to a student who interns at Fox News Channel
about, coverage of the Westboro Baptist Church, the recent Supreme Court
ruling, and recent events at NPR.
- A stage performer brings her one-woman show to the University of Maryland,
seeking to raise awareness of eating disorders. Kristen Foca has more.
- The Terps women’s softball team hopes to reprise its successful season
last year, this time with some new standouts, as we hear from Tyler
Producer, Jason Murphy. Editor: Brian Hoffman. Anchor: Kenny Gartner. Technical Production: Devin Miller, Emily Jacobs. Asst. Producers: Kristen Foca, Tyler Radecki. Executive Producer/Instructor: Max Cacas.
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On this week’s Terp Weekly Edition…students and faculty gather to screen and discuss a controversial x-rated movie….and we look at a new movie featuring “senior week” in Ocean City. Get a FREE download of the music from “The Graduates” by going to this site: www.thegraduatesmovie.com/music.
Students, the University and the state legislature square off in a controversy over the planned airing of a triple-X porno movie. Terp Weekly Edition has the latest.