Football team gearing up (Sept. 1983)
By Ron Grodzinsky
The RSPS (Red Sea Pedestrian Society), the University of Maryland Hillel Flag Football team, opens their season this year with new philosphy, and high hopes.
After a difficult season last year, zero wins and four defeats, ...
Community debate concerning event sales
By Daniel Chavkin
In April, this university announced its plans to research the possibility of selling alcoholic drinks at sporting events. In an email to the community, Vice President of Student Affairs ...
Fifth annual NHBT features competitive bracket
By Mauricio Rivera
For the Mitzpeh
After a weekend filled with scheduled festivities, prayer services and preliminary games, bracket play began for all Jewish basketball teams from universities around the country ...
Students gear up for annual NHBT tournament
By Jamie Weissman, staff writer, @JamieWeissman
March Madness may have just come to a close, but for some students basketball season is just getting started.
On April 17, the University of Maryland Hillel will host its fifth annual ...
Keepin’ it kosher; Jewish students may have options
By Natalie Koltun, For the Mitzpeh, @Nat_Koltun
As any student who keeps kosher will tell you, the University of Maryland is limited in food options that align with the
strict diet. Aviva Pollack, a senior classical languages and ...
Pros explore racial issues at symposium
By Ryan Connors
As probably the least known panelist at the university’s ninth annual Shirley Povich Symposium, Damian Thompson did not seem phased by the television personalities around him at the Samuel Riggs IV Alumni Center on ...
Michigan game first in 3 years some Jews can attend
By Daniel Chavkin
The Maryland Terrapins football team played Michigan State in the Terps’ first home game under the lights since 2011 on Nov. 15.
While many students were excited to witness such a rare event, this was an even more special ...
Player Profile: Jacob Susskind
By Senaya Savir
Anticipation and excitement. These are two accurate descriptions to illustrate the feelings among the University of Maryland community and the men’s basketball team.
Jacob Susskind from West Orange, New Jersey, is ...