The club’s motto, “We do what we must because we can,” is a reference to the club existing just for the sake of being a club.
The NextNOW Fest took place in The Clarice’s Dance Theatre, with an audience filled with about 100 supportive friends, family and other dance students.
The program saw declining resources and personnel after former program director Alan Peel announced in May 2022 that he was stepping down after 15 years of leadership.
The three-day event consisted of guest performances and walk-in sessions where attendees played with juggling equipment, such as balls, balance boards and unicycles.
The student government allocated $1,500 to support the program's pilot run and cover the cost of chest binder and tucking materials provided to students.
The Terps won 36 games this season, the most since 2012.
Friday’s performance, which took place in front of a nearly full audience, was the first UMoves: Undergraduate Dance Concert in four years.
Dozens of audience members gathered Thursday for a student rendition of the play “The Late Wedding” in Kogod Theatre at The Clarice Performing Arts Center.
Under current rules, SGA members who want to run in elections can reach out to fellow members to form tickets before spring semester.
LIMBSHIFT, as described by Stamp Gallery manager Tara Youngborg, explores the boundaries of the body and its relationship with the world.