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Students Give Back Through Organizations On-Campus

By Morgan Caplan
Staff Writer

‘Tis the season when the giving spirit is high.

While stuck at school during the last weeks of finals, students may be hard-pressed to find time to give back to those around them. 758 more words


Terps for Change Makes a Difference in the Community and in Students

By Jessica Feldman
Staff Writer

Plenty of students at the University of Maryland find ways to get involved on campus. Terps for Change works differently, in that it helps students work with the surrounding community to make a difference. 422 more words


Senior Goalie Sean Rankin Hopes for a UMD D2 Hockey Team Championship

By Eliseé Browchuk
For Unwind magazine

Native of South River, New Jersey, Sean Rankin hasn’t missed a winter on the ice in 14 years. It only took one of his cousin’s hockey games at the age of 7 to get the 21-year-old hooked on his favorite sport and pastime: ice hockey. 600 more words


College Football Corner- And then there were four (and so much more)...


It’s always an awkward transition from sport’s best regular season to its most frustrating.  Fourteen weeks of thrills and chills spills into five more weeks of letting our football belt out a loop or two…while somewhere in there a champion will be crowned.  736 more words

3-star Lawtez Rogers commits to Maryland

Eleanor Roosevelt three-star defensive end Lawtez Rogers committed to Maryland on Thursday.


— Tez Rogers (@KinggTezz_7) December 2, 2016

His commitment came days after…

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Terps Color Analyst Chris Knoche On The Team's First Loss Of The Season To Pittsburgh

Chris Knoche is the color analyst for Maryland Terrapins Men’s basketball.

Chris joined Ed and Rob to talk about the Terps suffering their first loss of the season to Pittsburgh last night. 128 more words