Identities – Michaela Cheatham

April 18, 2017

Two cultures, one identity. An event at the University of Maryland shows the connection between Latinos and Jews.

Emprology blog — Breana Bacon

April 18, 2017

With graduation at the University of Maryland less than two months away, students are looking for futures in different types of jobs. But one student has decided to create a job of her own, where she can be the boss.

LTA Sisterhood- Monique Robinson

October 20, 2016
The University of Maryland is home to social and professional Greek life organizations. One minority sorority brings love, unity and respect to the campus community in hopes of unifying the gap between Latinas and higher education. Monique Robinson brings us more.

Student Voters — Nellie Netterville

October 20, 2016

The election is right around the corner and Terp Weekly Edition’s Nellie Netterville is on University of Maryland’s College Park campus to see if students are ready.

DJ Skybar – Kelsey Kroning

October 20, 2016

Techno music has grown increasingly popular… especially at the University of Maryland with new local DJ’s emerging right on campus. Here’s Terp Weekly Edition’s Kelsey Kroning with more.

Jermaine Carter Jr., Setting His Goals – Ben Kessler

October 20, 2016

What does one of Maryland football’s best players, Jermaine Carter Jr. expect out of himself? Terp Weekly Edition’s Ben Kessler found out.

TLBTV– Josh Coggins

October 20, 2016

You may watch sports news on television, listen to it on the radio, or read it in the newspaper, but do you know how sport news companies bring you that information? Terp Weekly Edition’s Josh Coggins has more about a student run sports website.

STAR WARS FANDOM – Jean-Luque Zephir

October 20, 2016

Its been 11 years since the release of Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. The Force Awakens movie released last year gave an epic resurgence to the franchise, AND come December it’s time for Rogue One to put butts in seats to see this new iteration of Star Wars.

UMD Construction-Gillian Crawford

October 20, 2016

University of Maryland has taken on more than a few construction projects…Terp Weekly Edition’s Gillian Crawford has more on the story.

CRU – Ana Blickenstaff

October 13, 2016

More than 20,000 students are enrolled at the University of Maryland but for some it can still be hard to find your place.  Maryland CRU combats this with a non-traditional approach.

Football Manger– Josh Coggins

October 13, 2016

Have you ever wondered what helps makes a college football team successful? Is it the coaching, game plan, or skill? Well it’s all that and more. Terp Weekly Edition’s Josh Coggins has the story.

Dupont Underground — Nellie Netterville

October 13, 2016

Restaurants, bars, embassies, and a park. If you’ve ever been to Dupont Circle in Northwest D.C. you’ve probably seen all of these things surrounding the big Dupont fountain, but what about the things you didn’t see. Terp Weekly Edition’s Nellie Netterville is in Washington, D.C. with more.

Bright Beginnings Dance Show — Guillaume Pierre-Louis

October 13, 2016

The brothers of Alpha Kappa Psi are gathering the best and brightest of the UMD dance scene for the second year of what they hope will become an annual tradition. Terp Weekly’s Guillaume Pierre-Louis has more…

College Life

October 13, 2016

For some people College is a milestone in a young man or woman’s academic journey. However, for others it is a road filled with trials and tribulations that you hope once you reach the finish line everything you’ve worked toward would have paid off.

Diazporic- Monique Robinson

October 13, 2016

Friday night, the university’s first all-male cultural dance team makes their debut at the Caribbean Student Association’s fall festival. Terp Weekly Edition’s Monique Robinson tells more portuguese-passport.online.

Five Languages – Kelsey Kroning

October 13, 2016

In the U.S., it is common to meet someone who is bilingual. But what about a person who can speak three, four, or even five languages? Here’s Terp Weekly Edition’s Kelsey Kroning with the story.

National Coming Out Day

October 13, 2016

On October 11, 1987, a group of two hundred thousand marched in Washington, DC for increased funding to fight the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It was called The National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights. Terp Weekly Edition’s Shane Raphael spoke with a University of Maryland senior about how the nation now remembers this day here.

Sports Marketing – Ana Blickenstaff

October 6, 2016

If you love sports, love an action packed job and can roll with the punches then the University of Maryland sports department has something for you.  The catch?  You must think outside the box.    

Genai– Monique Robinson

October 6, 2016

African Americans are marking history in the DÇ- Metro region with the groundbreaking of the new Smithsonian’s African American History museum. Meanwhile, in College Park, one University of Maryland student was honored for serving her community. It was a special award – named after the first African American female student to attend the university. Terp Weekly Edition’s Monique Robinson tells more.

Trump…Smart… — Nellie Netterville

October 6, 2016

During the first 2016 Presidential Debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Trump top10binary referred to himself as smart when Clinton accused him of avoiding federal income taxes. Terp Weekly Edition’s Nellie Netterville is in College Park to learn what college students thought about this.

Terrapin Anime Society — Jean – Luque Zephir

October 6, 2016

Many people share a love of Japanese animation – the colorful graphics and vibrant characters — known as anime. And students at the University of Maryland have the opportunity to join the Terrapin Anime Society.

Working Mother – Shane Raphael

October 6, 2016

Navigating the obstacles as career women can be difficult. Terps Weekly Edition Shane Raphael spoke with a University of Maryland journalism student seeking to find the perfect balance between work and motherhood.  

Hannah Dewey SAAC President — Ben Kessler

October 6, 2016

You might see what happens on the field or court, but how really does the University of Maryland Athletic Department operate? The student athlete advisory committee is a big key. Terp Weekly Edition’s Ben Kessler has more.

Students Helping Honduras — Guillaume Pierre-Louis

October 6, 2016

Every year, dozens of University of Maryland students migrate south for winter break to volunteer or study abroad. Some choose Florida or Mexico, but a few travel a little further to a place not known for kind waves and placid beaches, Honduras.

UMD Men’s Soccer — Kelsey Kroning

October 6, 2016

The Maryland Terrapin Men’s Soccer Team has an undefeated season this year. After last Monday’s game, Terp Weekly Edition’s Kelsey Kroning spoke with one of the starting players, Amar Sejdic.  

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