The university is currently designing the second restoration phase and construction will begin as early as fall 2022.
University employees helped distribute food to students in quarantine and isolation housing, answer calls and emails from parents and more.
While some bands have struggled to stay productive and find inspiration during the pandemic, others have found new ways to survive.
ROOTS Africa and Chat Health have won $5,000 each to improve social issues.
Although elections are not until November, Wojahn has already begun developing policies for the term that will address issues the College Park community is facing.
The concert consisted of both live performances — held in Dekelboum Concert Hall in The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center — and prerecorded videos.
The service, which will now take place every year, commemorated the students, faculty and staff who have died through music, uplifting messages and prayers.
The U.S. National Arboretum, Washington Navy Yard and Arlington National Cemetery provide the perfect outdoor retreat.
A year of online classes has impacted some students' mental health on top of having the burden of full tuition.
Campus Advocates Respond and Educate to Stop Violence and Preventing Sexual Assault held events to bolster understanding about sexual assault throughout April.