Students open hearts, minds through poetry at Sermon Slam 2019
By Nick Albicocco
The Stamp Student Union’s grand ballroom lounge wasn’t just a room full of poetry and snapping Monday night but also a room full of bravery, identity and emotion as students shared their renditions of poetry and artwork during Sermon Slam 2019.
The Sermon Slam is an annual event in which ...
Hillel Fellows meet with students to discuss Alternative Break trips
By Dan Novak
Organizers of Maryland Hillel’s Alternative Break trips met with interested students over ice cream Thursday to recruit and discuss the trips before the application deadline this Sunday.
For Jewish students looking to spend their vacations engaging in something more meaningful than ...
Mitzpeh Matchmaker: Talia Hoch and Jonathan Reizes
By Jacqueline Hyman
Just before the season of upcoming holidays, senior government and politics major Jonathan Reizes and junior community and behavioral health major Talia Hoch met up at the Stamp Student Union for their blind date. Although they met at the art gallery, they decided to have lunch at ...
New group seeks to start interfaith dialogue
By Jacqueline Hyman, opinion editor, @jacqbh58
The university’s Office of Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy introduced a new club this semester called Live the Questions, which focuses on interfaith discussions between students.
Jennifer Olson, the graduate coordinator for interfaith programs and spiritual diversity, ...
TED founder speaks to students
By Brittany Britto
To himself, Richard Wurman is just a man whose pursuits are fueled by ignorance and the constant teetering between confidence and terror. To his fans, Wurman is an architect and author and the trailblazing founder of TED.
Students and faculty filled Stamp Student Union’s Grand Ballroom on Oct. 21 to hear about ...