The University of Maryland’s chapter of United Students Against Sweatshops Friday held a rally on McKeldin Mall to advocate for a $22.65 per hour minimum wage for this university’s employees.
Both presidential candidates discussed how they would address diversity, equity and inclusion issues at this university.
Lorente is the associate dean for academic affairs and the master’s program director for the Philip Merrill College of Journalism.
The annual competition, organized by the Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship, featured young ventures from the University System of Maryland schools.
The bills also will put into place methods of educating students on preventive measures they can take.
Council members proposed creating a neighborhood guide to introduce students to civic associations, public officials and other parts of city government.
Holdren, RHA's current dining services advisory board coordinator, ran against current RHA vice president Aiden Wechsler.
Students will vote for candidates from United Maryland and Aspire Maryland between April 24-26.
In 2021, university President Darryll Pines announced that the university was committed to having an all-electric vehicle fleet by 2035.
Along with promoting a fossil-free campus, the organization has also been pushing for funding for electric buses on campus.