WMATA stated only 40 trains will be in service starting Monday, allowing for basic operations on all lines. Trains will depart about every 30 minutes.
Backlash to the development has grown this semester, with opponents blasting the university for standing by a development that would cause deforestation.
The store, which is owned and operated by people of color, stands out for its commitment to culture and its customers.
Candidates discussed retaining non-student residents in the city, the American Rescue Plan and regulations of local dog parks.
With elections on the horizon, The Diamondback spoke with candidates about city development and the tree canopy.
Stuart Adams is challenging incumbents Robert Day and John Rigg in the Nov. 7 election.
VeoRide is responsible for ensuring that users are putting the e-bikes and scooters in appropriate places, but some College Park City Council members and residents have noticed issues.
Council members were enthusiastic about the idea of a Shop Made in Maryland store.
The proposal shouldn't greatly affect College Park, but it could raise housing prices in Langley Park.
As student liaison to the council, Sevalia is tasked with bringing students’ opinions to the forefront of the council’s decisions.