This year, the traditional spring football game was still held, and a variety of colleges and university departments created pre-recorded videos to highlight different aspects of the community.
“I’m not going to breathe easy yet. But, you know, I do feel more hopeful than I did before," said Celina Sargusingh, a clinic coordinator at the University Health Center.
So far, they've helped over 1,300 families in Prince George's County.
Major restructuring has made the once-thriving community fundamentally different.
The center estimates the storm caused about $100,000 worth of damages.
The family fled the fire, and the community responded in full, helping out on the scene and raising over $46,000 for immediate expenses.
The plan includes hosting a series of “Community Conversations.”
150 community members attended the event.
As the seniors leave their undergraduate years behind, some are taking a look back.
The club has allowed students to "hang out" online and make new friends.