Students are battling to cancel leases they cannot afford due to COVID-19

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Students at The University of Maryland and Towson University are battling to get out of their leases with MEDCO. They have legal support and the support of the Maryland Consumer Rights Coalition but are still waiting…

Collegiate coaches moving forward through coronavirus concerns

Athlete eligibility and scholarship availability are two of the biggest questions college coaches are now tasked with moving forward as the COVID-19 pandemic spreads across the United States.

Week 1 for local college football teams was highlighted by Maryland and Virginia Tech’s big wins

Maryland and Virginia Tech both scored big wins.

Maryland’s undocumented immigrants: In their own words

While rumors circulate that the Trump administration is closer to resolving questions left after last week’s immigration announcement, Maryland’s undocumented residents are uncertain of what comes next

Trump’s defense plan would have mixed impact on Maryland

WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 federal budget could be a boost to Maryland’s sprawling defense industry but negatively affect the state’s economy in other areas, according to analysts. The administration’s so-called “skinny budget,” unveiled in March, seeks to…

New Town High wins Division 2A girls’ basketball state championship

TOWSON, Maryland – New Town High School girls’ basketball team beat Largo High School’s team 61-47 on Saturday in what senior New Town guard Maraiyah Smith called a “revenge game.” The Baltimore County team’s motto this year was to “anticipate,…

Towson Police: Education is Key to Prevent Campus Shooting

TOWSON — After the latest mass shooting at a community college in Oregon, a look at what provisions Maryland colleges have for notifying students, faculty and staff about the possibility of an active shooter on campus.

Future Teachers Uncertain About Entering The Common Core Fray

College students studying to be teachers recognize the anxiety in their career field over Common Core

Maryland Colleges Join National Movement to Snuff Out Student Smoking

About one-third of Maryland colleges and universities have decided to clear the air and ban smoking on campus.

Maryland’s Higher Education Institutions are Pioneering New Course Designs, Chancellor Tells Senate

The chancellor of Maryland’s University System told a Senate committee that institutions of higher education can reduce costs and become more effective by using massive online courses and blended-learning classes.

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