Workshop Helps Future Women Leaders
By Amanda Eisenberg
An Indian, an Egyptian and a Jew walk into a room. While this may sound like the start of a tired joke, it is anything but.
The Jewish-Muslim Women’s Leadership Initiative hosted 13 women on March 3 for a workshop ...
Maryland Co-op Struggles to Get Your Attention
By Drew Rauso
Located in the basement of Stamp Student Union, the Maryland Food Collective offers students a variety of organic, local and vegan options. While health and wellness are important to many students at this university, this health-f...
Eating Healthy on Campus
By Lauren Shaw
For students at this university, finding nutritional variety and healthy options to eat on campus can be a challenge.
“I walk in The Diner and think okay, I can have a grilled cheese, steak and cheese, cheese quesadilla, ...
The ERC Brings The 90s Back
By Mary Faddoul
The DeLorean time machine, otherwise known as the Eppley Recreation Center, transported students back to the 90s on Feb. 28.
Unfortunately, the pop stars of the decade did not make an appearance at the event, but apart from ...
Bringing Gardening Back
By Kaylin Bugos
When student groups pick a name, there are many factors to consider. For most groups, a strong negative connotation associated with the name would automatically rule it out, but Am Ha’aretz chose its name despite the connotati...
JMA Brings The Middle East in Maryland
By Sam Schmieder
The Jewish Muslim Alliance hosted a dinner on March 5 for eight Jewish and eight Muslim high school students who were visiting from Israel through the World Learning Advocacy Program to experience our culture and learn more about ...
Ten Days in Ethiopia
By Erin Serpico
While many students retreated home or went away on vacation for winter break this year, 20 brave students flew to Ethiopia for 10 days to embark on an alternative break serving the needy and connecting with their faith.
YAD: Friendship Circle Extended
By Laura Shaposhnikova
Everyone wants a friend. A hug, a smile and a helping hand. Besides being basic survival needs, these acts of love really help the world go round.
Hoping to spread love a little further, university Chabad Rabbi Eli ...