The university will continue to study Guilford Woods to address environmental concerns related to the proposed development.
An anti-abortion advocacy group decorated Hornbake Plaza with graphic images on signs and on a jumbotron.
The pamphlets were marred with age-old antisemitic tropes.
No residents were injured, and the College Park Volunteer Fire Department was on scene for about 15 minutes.
Backlash to the development has grown this semester, with opponents blasting the university for standing by a development that would cause deforestation.
Senior staff writers Alexander Dacy and Jacob Richman answer readers’ Maryland football questions.
As students marched from McKeldin Library to Fraternity Row, their anger and frustration was palpable.
“Grad students don’t have any more money than undergrads,” said Jeremy Feldman, a consulting engineer and former university graduate student. “Housing is expensive.”