Menorah lighting symbolizes hope in wake of Pittsburgh shooting
By Brogan Gerhart
The first candle was lit on the 10-foot tall menorah on McKeldin Mall, celebrating the beginning of Hanukkah, Sunday evening.
This year’s annual candle-lighting ceremony held special significance to many of those in attendance, as this Hanukkah is being celebrated a little over a ...
Students couldn’t agree on plans of action at Justice for Jordan rally
By Jazmin Conner
Students at this university couldn’t agree on the next steps at a Justice for Jordan rally Thursday.
The rally was planned by the SGA before the firing of this university’s football coach DJ Durkin. After the breaking news, it was announced that the event would continue ...
Terps for Israel speaks on humanitarian aid efforts at McKeldin tabling event
By Ndeye Aminata Ndiaye
Terps for Israel, the leading pro-Israel organization at this university, gathered to bring awareness to Israeli humanitarian aid efforts and diplomatic relations with countries around the globe outside McKeldin Library last Thursday.
Terps for Israel is a bipartisan group at this ...
Terp Thon’s Life in Color 5K brightens gray sky over McKeldin
By Brogan Gerhart
Terp Thon held its annual Life in Color 5K Saturday afternoon to raise money to support patients and families of Children’s National Health System.
Check-in started at 10:30 a.m. on McKeldin Mall, with the first 500 people to check in receiving complimentary white Terp Thon T-shirts ...
After year off, Chabad menorah lighting returns at new location
By Eugene Nash
Chabad’s menorah lighting program kicked off the first night of Hanukkah at its new location on McKeldin Mall Tuesday night.
The program is now in its 21st year at this university, and was previously held at Hornbake Mall. The event was hosted by Rabbi Eli Backman, university President Wallace Loh and ...