Students React to Presidential Election

College Park, Md. — Dissent over the election of republican Donald Trump hit the campus of the University of Maryland where hundreds turned out to express their concern about what might lie ahead under a Trump administration.

UMCP ranked in top 30 most LGBT-friendly campuses

COLLEGE PARK, Md. – University of Maryland, College Park has been voted one of the top 30 LGBT-friendly campuses in the nation for the fifth year in a row. But some students say there’s still more progress to be made.…

Montgomery County Council student town hall meeting tackles racial inequality

Dozens of students of all ages packed the house at the sixth annual Montgomery Council Student Town Hall meeting to express their concerns about their local community.

Battle Continues to End Distracted Driving

The Maryland State Police say that while the number of driving deaths–including those caused by distracted driving like texting–is down, the battle continues to eliminate the problem of distracted driving because the price is still much too high.

University of Maryland students stand in solidarity with student activists around the country

Around 100 University of Maryland students stood in solidarity with student activists around the country in the new Frederick Douglass Square on campus, calling for more efforts to improve racial diversity.

PARCC results to serve as new baseline, will allow individual and itemized assessment

PARCC testing results come out later this month and the state Department of Education says the results will serve as a new baseline for student assessment.

First Lady welcomes area students to fall harvest

One in three children in America are overweight or obese. The First Lady is trying to fix this problem by inviting students to harvest fruits and vegetables in the White House garden.

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.

Students and Businesses Make the Best of the Power Outage

University of Maryland officials say there were no serious problems or lasting consequences from Tuesday’s power failure….

PAVE Helps Teens Deal with Sexual Abuse

PAVE (Promoting Awareness, Victim Empowerment) is a non-profit founded by Angela Rose to help high schoolers overcome and speak out on sexual abuse.