The event featured fun games and activities for attendees to enjoy.
The space will feature housing as well as grocery and retail stores for the UMD and College Park community.
The celebration featured showcases from UMD's different schools, as well as games, prizes, and activities.
The group was joined by the Washington Toho Koto Society
Bicyclists on campus support the new lanes.
University of Maryland, Baltimore County's Mama's Boys and University of Delaware's Vocal Point joined Faux Paz.
His platform includes support for issues like "returning to normal" and "backing the blue."
The research specifically looks at leg bone fossils from juvenile T. rex dinosaurs.
The Butoh dance style focused on what creates discomfort and how to tell a story through deliberate movement.
The research on display included the impact of Instagram on well-being and the effect of COVID on relationships.