Student athletes and coaches reflect on how great it feels to have fans back in the stands

College Park, MD.- It’s been over a year since Terp fans could fill the stands of the many stadiums across campus. Not only is it a relief for fans to finally be back, but Maryland teams say it creates a…

Catholic Terps helps students celebrate throughout Holy Week

College Park, MD- As many students will be staying in College Park this Easter due to Covid-19, Catholic Terps is holding socially distanced in-person events throughout the week, so that students can still celebrate away from home.

The Maryland gymnastics team bounces back and secures a spot in NCAA regionals

College Park, MD– With Covid-19 ending the postseason before it even began for most Big Ten winter sports in 2020, the GymTerps were halted before what many believed to be a record postseason run for the program. Despite spending months…

The death of Sarah Everard spurs movement to stop violence against women

UK woman Sarah Everard was murdered while walking home alone at night, and it has caused an uproar on social media. The “97% statistic” is trending on many social platforms, as data was released by U.N. Women stating that 97% of women ages 18-24 in the UK have been sexually harassed, and many believe it is no different in the U.S.

University of Maryland students hold candlelight vigil to call attention to anti-Asian hate crimes

College Park, MD– When three Asian-American students at the University of Maryland heard of the Atlanta shootings, they organized a vigil. UMD President Darryll Pines attended. Organizers called on him to do more for AAPI students.

Student Organization fights to provide free feminine hygiene products on campus

College Park, MD – Get Ovary It is a student-powered organization at the University of Maryland that works to provide free feminine products to students in bathrooms across campus. After the group’s funding from the university was pulled, the Student…

Governor Hogan announces three new mass vaccination sites in Maryland

Governor Hogan promised the addition of a new mass vaccination site in the southern, eastern and western regions of Maryland. This comes as the state hit a record high of 35,730 shots per day. The sites will be at Blue Crabs Stadium, the Wicomico Youth & Civic Center and the Hagerstown Premium Outlets.

The University of Maryland’s School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies receives a $9 million gift

College Park, MD – Since the start of the pandemic, TDPS has had to transition most of its classes and events online. The Brin Family, which has a long-standing connection with UMD and a love for the performing arts, recently donated…

Maryland Athletics launches Momentum

With a rise in professional athletes using their platforms to speak out for personal causes, many colleges are adapting. The University of Maryland has partnered with Opendorse to create a program for building their student-athletes’ brands.