Over 10,000 people marched from Freedom Plaza, the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court buildings to speak out against President Trump’s nomination of Amy Coney Barrett and his potential reelection.
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WASHINGTON – A group of protesters marched Wednesday from the U.S Capitol to the Department of Health and Human Services demanding that a COVID-19 vaccine only be released when it is safe, effective, and available to everyone. The crowd came…
University of Maryland student Sam Chuzin received a positive test result from a rapid test last week and was sent to quarantine housing with other COVID-19-positive students. When his PCR test came back negative, however, he was sent to isolation housing and must stay there for another week because he was exposed during his time in quarantine.
Protestors spent the day exercising their first amendment right to oppose the supreme court nomination of Amy Coney Barrett. Their chants even brought out some congressional leaders from the Senate building.
Terps football officially kicks off in nine days. See how players and Coach Locksley are feeling heading into their season opener on the 24
Cam Spence, who came to Maryland as one of the highest-rated recruits in the team’s 2017 class, had a collegiate career plagued with injuries, forcing him to retire in 2019. After retirement, Spence spent last season as a signal caller for the Terps defense. Amidst the pandemic, Spence took the opportunity to create a name for himself in the coaching world. He spent the summer training NFL players including Cavon Walker (Steelers), Javon Kinlaw (49ers), Keandre Jones (Bengals) and more.
After being closed since March, the Washington Monument is finally ready to reopen to the public Thursday, October 1st. However, there are guidelines in place that guest must follow before entering the monument.
President Trump returned to the White House Monday night after spending the weekend at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. The President’s doctor’s said that Trump’s condition is improving, but he is “not out of the woods yet.” Monday, the President tweeted, “Don’t be afraid of Covid… I feel better than I did 20 years ago!”