Monday, December 1, 2014
Monday, November 24, 2014
Snow makes its way to College Park and reporter Carly Kempler tells us what people think about the incoming temperatures.
As reporter Maggie Bartolomeo reports, some Limited Enrollment Program requirements are getting the axe, which opens up the door for more people to get into the program.
Thanksgiving break is around the corner, and reporter Kerrigan Stern went around campus to see what Terps are doing.
Thanksgiving is time for family and friends, and as Anna Muckerman found out, each family can celebrate the Holiday differently by having unique traditions.
Flu Season is now here, and reporter Michaela Johnson reports about ways to make sure you dont get sick.
Kristine Auble tells us about the end of the year performance for Maryland's Wind Ensemble.
Monday, November 17, 2014
Maryland isn't ready to give up their rivalry with the Cavaliers of Virginia. As Kerrigan Stern reports, this is the first big test for the Terps to prove they are ready to play BIG.
Maryland proves this past weekend that they were meant to win BIG. Kerrigan Stern reports.
Merrill College of Journalism hosted a symposium on the Redskins name, and Michaela Johnson was there to report.
Veteran's Day is a day of appreciation and rememberance for those who have served in the military, and Kristine Auble tells us how those at the University remember.
Monday, November 10, 2014
The University of Maryland knows that it is tough to be a parent of a student, and it is even tougher to be a student AND a parent. Kristine Auble tells us how the University gave back to Mothers and Fathers earning their degrees on campus.
Reporter Carly Kempler asked students around campus about the experiences with signing up for classes and the upcoming semester.
Just as quickly as students could walk into 251, grab food, and leave, the program of 251 express is now closing it's short lived existence. Anna Muckerman reports.
Washington D.C. residents will now be able to purchase marijuana legally with a proper license, and Anna Muckerman explains what this means for surrounding areas such as College Park.
DOTS is changing their policy once again with the process of ticket appeals, and Micheala Johnson reports about the changes that you will want to hear.
Monday, November 3, 2014
Kristine Auble tells us about the concert held at CSPAC last Friday that was extra spooky.
Do you prefer classes in or out of a classroom? Reporter Simone Thomas tells us about what students think about getting a lecture in front of a chalkboard or in front of a computer screen.
As reporter Carly Kempler reports, viral meningitis numbers are rising on campus, so how can you keep safe?
Multiple changes to the sexual assault policy include a mandatory online education course that could prevent you from graduating. Reporter Maggie Bartolomeo explains.
Reporter Cara Newcomer tells us how to prepare for the upcoming flu season as the weather starts to get colder here in College Park.
After the new sexual assault policy was implemented, the University of Maryland decided that a new policy wasn't enough to stop sexual violence. Kerrigan Stern reports.
Reporter Cara Newcomer tells us about how gas prices are going to rise in the upcoming colder months.
With the election closing in, democratic candidate and Lt. Governor Anthony Brown turned to his home county of Prince George's county to rally more support. Anna Muckerman reports.
Maryland came out feisty playing Penn State. Michaela Johnson reports.
Maryland isn't just famous for it's wild jerseys, colorful fans, and love of testudo. Students will also tell you another animal finds their way into Terps hearts. Michaela Johnson reports.
Monday, October 27, 2014
October is breast cancer awareness month, and the University of Maryland had some students find a beautiful way to help raise funds and awareness of the ugly disease. Kristine Auble Reports.
Maryland Football had their first BIG challenge agaisnt the buckeyes at home, and as Kristine Auble reports, it was not a walk in the park.
Halloween is around the corner and reporter Kerrigan Stern found out what students think about costumes and the meaning of this holiday.
Reporter Cara Newcomer tells us about the upcoming Midterm Election and what it will mean for everyone here in College Park.
To celebrate fall weather, Cambridge Community hosted a festival that will be sure to get you in the spirit. Kerrigan Stern reports.
Maryland looks back at one of their most famous guests to ever attend a Maryland Football Game. Anna Muckerman reports.
For years the name "Redskins" has been considered offensive, but the battle to get the name removed has never been as heated as it is now. Michaela Johnson reports on a symposium on campus with famous sports journalists that spoke about the issue.
Monday, October 20, 2014
Some people listen to their iPods or radios getting ready for football game. As Kristine Auble explains, others get pumped up with live music.
Do you feel safe on Campus? Reporter Simone Thomas asks students about their thoughts on safety programs in place.
Reporter Cara Newcomer reports from Byrd Stadium talking about the Iowa homecoming game and it's outcome.
It may be harder for students to get on campus housing, and Anna Muckerman reports on what you need to know about these changes.
Maryland attempted to be the biggest yoga chain in the world last Tuesday, and Anna Muckerman was there to tell us if it worked.
CSPAC opened it's doors early into the semester to show off the latest and greatest musical creations of students in the school. Anna Muckerman reports.
Bikes safety is changing on campus, and reporter Michaela Johnson tells us about it.
Monday, October 13, 2014
As Kristine Auble explains, Veteran's groups on campus made sure that food was not a priority for soldiers and their families.
Reporter Cara Newcomer tells about the recent Commissions made by NIC.
Maryland's favorite pump up party for the upcoming basketball season took place last friday, and Kerrigan Stern tells us what went down.
Kerrigan Stern reports about Kappa Alpha's fundraiser that had heads turning.
Everyone has the choice for which diner is the best on campus, and Anna Muckerman went around to find out what students think.
With the addition of Blaze, College Park's total number of pizza joints goes over double digits. How can all those pizza joints stay afloat? Anna Muckerman reports.
Baseball is entering it's most exciting chapter: The Playoffs. Fans of the Nationals and Orioles are excited with both teams making the playoffs, and reporter Michaela Johnson tells us what to expect for the O's and Nats.
Monday, October 6, 2014
Reporter Cara Newcomer tells us about College Park Day 2014 and what it means to the University.
Martin O'Malley's recent award hopes to raise his name for potential future endeavors as reporter Kerrigan Stern tells us.
While the weather remains warm, many students are taking advantage of the return of the Green Tidings food truck after last semesters fire, and reporter Anna Muckerman tells us what to expect.
As hundreds of people attempt to join the many fraternities on campus, campus officials want to make sure that the pledging process does not turn to hazing. Reporter Michaela Johnson reports.