The club offers students the opportunity to bond over their favorite singers, music genres and songs.
Attendees said the event, which included the painting and lighting of diyas, helped foster togetherness during the “family-oriented holiday.”
More than 300 people joined the protest and walk-out organized by this university’s chapter of Students for Justice in Palestine.
The celebration is one of the association’s biggest fall events, one week before the Mid-Autumn Festival — a widely celebrated holiday in some Asian cultures.
About 250 University of Maryland community members attended a cookout at McKeldin Mall Friday to celebrate the first day of Latinx Heritage Month.
The three-day event consisted of guest performances and walk-in sessions where attendees played with juggling equipment, such as balls, balance boards and unicycles.
The eight-hour event featured eight guest speakers, chalking, therapy dogs, thrift shop pop-ups and raffles. It also included the new addition of a mental health resources table to support sexual assault victims on this university’s campus.
The Vietnamese Student Association based the event on the Hoi An Lantern Festival in Vietnam.
University of Maryland Hillel collaborated with Artists4Israel to host a mural painting event on McKeldin Mall on April 11.
The performance highlighted and celebrated differences in body types