Quakers host first meeting of semester to gauge student interest

The sound of crickets was faintly heard over the profound silence that filled every inch of the room. Six people, including me, sat in pure silence, with our eyes closed, patiently waiting for someone to speak or for the allotted worship time to be over. This is what a typical weekly Quaker worship meeting is like at… Read More Quakers host first meeting of semester to gauge student interest

A Hot Start for Maryland Football Has Yet to Win Upperclass Fans’ Trust

An undefeated start through their first three games has Maryland’s football team feeling good, but fans have been hurt before. “I think the team has been doing great so far,” said senior economics major Andrew Thorpe, “but I worry it’ll be like three years ago when we were ranked in the top 25 for a… Read More A Hot Start for Maryland Football Has Yet to Win Upperclass Fans’ Trust

Stamp’s 35th All Niter successful despite challenges

Each year, Stamp Student Union holds its “All Niter” in hopes of generating student interest in Stamp’s offerings. This Friday night, it did just that. More than 30 activities and giveaways sponsored by campus clubs and organizations occupied various areas in and around Stamp, all offering something unique but aligned with this year’s theme, All Around… Read More Stamp’s 35th All Niter successful despite challenges

Trump v. Clinton: candidates will face off at first debate Monday night

The first presidential debate of the 2016 election season is coming up on Monday and in the world of politics, tensions are running high. Usually at this point in the year, most experts, and even many civilians, have at least some idea of what to expect when the two candidates face off. In this way,… Read More Trump v. Clinton: candidates will face off at first debate Monday night