The event included opportunities for students to recount their personal experiences with birth control and birth control resources for students to take home.
The BearHandsBracelets stand in Tawes Plaza sells knotted friendship bracelets and keychains, as well as knit goods, including knitted monsters.
The pair held the voter registration drive for the second consecutive Wednesday, incentivizing student voter registration with free reusable shopping bags.
At CARE’s booth, students could write messages of support for sexual assault survivors on squares of denim.
The Farmers Market at Maryland is a popular attraction for the UMD community.
The lack of staff is due in part to the ongoing labor shortage in the food service industry.
The market will be held Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
All customers must wear masks, stay six feet apart and follow a certain path to each table.
“I just drive around in my big van and fling pickles.”