Some professors at this university say the university prioritizes football over academics, drawing attention to outdated academic buildings and classroom technology.
As students and faculty return to the classroom, some have questioned if the university is truly ready to return to full in-person learning.
Some students have struggled to adjust to the return of crowded public spaces and dozens of masked social interactions each day.
As Terps Raising Pups members reflect on the past year and a half, they said they struggled, learned and were grateful.
A week into the fall semester, some professors express apprehension, caution and excitement about returning to in-person instruction.
The directive lifts Saturday at noon.
Virtual classes have made us forget about some of the thrills of daily life.
Why is UMD planning for in-person classes when vaccine distribution is in such bad shape?