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.
At CARE’s booth, students could write messages of support for sexual assault survivors on squares of denim.
AAST298G, a foodways class, is taught by Jennifer Cho, a lecturer in this university’s Asian American Studies program.
The recital introduced audience members to traditional koto music, complete with original instruments and players dressed in traditional Japanese attire.
Acts included aerial silks, uneven bars and balancing on precariously stacked chairs.
The event occurs annually on this university’s campus and aims to teach students about environmental justice and sustainability.
The Terps were 1-of-9 with runners in scoring position in the loss.
The play reimagines the Montagues as werewolves and the Capulets as vampires.