The resolution highlights how some graduate students fail to report these types of issues in fear of losing their funding, receiving backlash from faculty, or having their degree progress discontinued.
The group felt motivated to start this organization after hearing a guest speaker from the Congressional Hispanic Caucus discuss Latino identity and issues that the community faces.
The University of Maryland’s Turkish Student Organization began a donation campaign and shared it with various departments to reach more students.
The GSG also passed a resolution that calls on the university’s administration to phase out the athletics fee for graduate students.
Throughout 2022, families across Maryland grappled with an error in the state’s prepaid college fund that left hundreds of account holders unable to access the benefits of their savings accounts.
More than 96 percent of members of this university’s chapter of the Association of American University Professors support collective bargaining rights for faculty.
The project is still early in planning stages but is tentatively estimated to house approximately 800 people and is slated to be completed in fall 2026.
The campaign will target the Maryland General Assembly during its spring legislative session.
Since cannabis is controlled under federal law, it is not permitted on campus under the Federal Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act.
Many graduate students at this university are reconsidering their futures after finishing their academic studies because of the Roe v. Wade ruling.