The University of Maryland Table Tennis’ co-ed and women’s teams won first place at divisionals on Sunday, November 7. Practice is open to everybody, so from the players competing on the team to a new familiar face at practice, they all have one thing in common – they love playing ping pong. Filmed and edited by Eva Sanchez.
As the Western Gateway Development project threatens the possible destruction of Guilford Woods, students and community members gather on Mckeldin Mall to protest the destruction of natural land. As of Oct. 28, the project is halted while the university further examines the land’s environmental importance. Filmed by Sage Levy and Amelia Jarecke. Edited by Sage Levy.
As students and faculty return to the classroom, some have questioned if the university is truly ready to return to full in-person learning.
The state-of-the-art facility pays homage to Terp history while sporting some of the latest technology in athletic spaces.
What memories — pandemic or otherwise — will class of 2021 seniors carry with them?
April is Autism Month. Through this episode, multimedia reporter Amelia Jarecke seeks to take listeners beyond autism awareness to autism inclusion and empowerment.
UMD DOTS hosts an art park for students to display their sustainable and prideful artwork.