Pills pills, and more pills. One University of Maryland student is doing all she can to reach her medical aspirations.
College students are constantly busy with school work, internships, and trying to find a job after graduation. But one University of Maryland class lets students express themselves in a stress-free environment. Terp Weekly Edition’s Julianna Romaniuk with the story.
April was Earth Awareness Month! On the last day of April, Washington DC hosted the annual Broccoli City Festival.
On a campus that stretches nearly two miles long… with a population of over 27 thousand undergrads… transportation is crucial to the success of college students… especially at the University of Maryland, College Park.
You scream, I scream, we all scream for cookies! That’s what Insomnia
Cookies is having College Park students saying May 3 with this sweet deal.
Terp Weekly Edition’s Kierstin Vermeulen with the story.
Finals are getting closer… and stress levels are only getting higher. The University of Maryland dedicated an entire week to teaching students how to stress just a little less when those exams and project due dates come around. Terp Weekly Edition’s Kristy Nguyen with the story.
With summer approaching, this may not be the best time to tell you
that the last 3 years have been the hottest on record. The University of Maryland did
not shy away from the subject on Wednesday when it hosted senators, astronauts,
and CEO’s to talk to the public about climate change. Terp Weekly Edition’s Galen Rende with the story.
You can’t get a double whip mocha Frappuccino at this local coffee shop, but you will find homemade pastries, fresh roasted Kenyan coffee, and a delightfully bright atmosphere.
Growing up, many of us picked up musical instruments… Trumpet… Piano… Violin… even if we didn’t all stick with them… University of Maryland students have the unique opportunity to learn instruments you may have never even heard of before… like the Japanese Koto.
It’s a style of music that’s sweeping the world over…and it’s called
Electronic Dance Music…or E-D- M. Terp Weekly Edition’s Max Siskind has more on
this phenomenon and how it’s had an impact on two Maryland students who D-J.