Student body President Kislay Parashar said these rallies are crucial for demonstrating student concern for federal issues, such as this one, and it allows student opinions to be heard at this university and beyond.
Code: Black and the University of Maryland’s National Pan-Hellenic Council hosts inaugural Black Fest
The event, which created a space for Black communities at this university to come together, included food, raffle prizes and music.
Students performed improv on the steps of McKeldin Friday through Saturday, determined despite weather.
The UMD wind orchestra pairs with Konshens The MC for a night of poetic new music.
The play follows a wealthy African American family as they learn to communicate with each other through conversations on race and class.
Lean on Me College Park and other groups put on Coffeehouse blending music with mental health.
The performance was titled 'L'Chaim,' a Jewish toast that means, "to life."