The procedure involves inserting a tiny electronic chip with the owner’s information beneath an animal’s skin.
“It’s not necessary for them to come down through our little neighborhood when you’ve got US Route 1 right there.”
“I can never forget where I came from,” the former UMD point guard said.
About 600 people from around the world attended the day-long event.
The program will highlight the achievements of military women throughout history.
Officials attribute this year’s success to having an overarching theme for the tournament.
The event on La Plata Beach was aimed to bring together North Campus residents.
Almost 50 students and faculty attended the annual public health school event.
UMD students speak for the bees.