Research has shown that being out in nature lowers levels of depression, stress levels, anxiety, rumination and hypertension.
226 people attended the meeting, which was held by the Historic Maryland Newspapers Project.
With lasting symptoms, watching others return to pre-pandemic routines has summoned feelings of unease and isolation for students with long-haul COVID-19.
Hell in a Shell, a four-year-old horse owned by University of Maryland alumna Christie Craven, has won three of her five total races, earning $60,437.
Gerard Evans is one of the longest-running and most successful lobbyists in the state of Maryland, has over 40 years of experience in the Maryland General Assemby and teaches public policy at this university.
The first-generation and underrepresented minorities initiatives began as a way to celebrate the accomplishments of and provide resources to often-overlooked groups who have their own special strengths and challenges.
The gallery displays the work of 20 current faculty members as well as an In Memoriam section dedicated to the work of former faculty members who passed away.
Approaching the end of his fifth term and a November election, council member Dennis found that now is the right time to leave his seat open.
VeoRide is responsible for ensuring that users are putting the e-bikes and scooters in appropriate places, but some College Park City Council members and residents have noticed issues.
The Counseling Center teamed up with various mental health and student groups on the campus to organize events for the week.