Without action, housing affordability will get worse before it gets better.
The resolution comes as many graduate students struggle to make ends meet with slim stipends.
Current residents and students at the University of Maryland allege unsanitary conditions and poor maintenance at the University Club.
The project proposal has received approval from the City of College Park, the Board of Regents and the Prince George’s County Council.
Although elections are not until November, Wojahn has already begun developing policies for the term that will address issues the College Park community is facing.
Stories from a semester's dive into housing affordability surrounding UMD.
Students say the quality of the house usually doesn’t represent the amount they pay for.
Homelessness is a systemic issue. All Proposition B does is punish those harmed by it.
Some say the housing cooperative could shape what affordable housing looks like in College Park.
At some apartment buildings, rent can be more than $1,200.