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The Dalai Lama has implored Buddhist monks in Myanmar and Sri Lanka to put an end to a series of recent attacks on Muslims in their countries.
Shock and sadness on the campus of the University of Maryland College Park after a Harford County girl was found dead in her dorm room.
The University of Maryland says its human-powered helicopter flew for 58 seconds. But that was not enough to win the $250,000 Sikorsky Prize on Sunday. The prize requires a flight of longer than 60 second and an altitude of 10 feet.
Engineering students at the University of Maryland are attempting to fly a human-powered helicopter high enough and long enough this weekend to capture an aviation prize.
IS CONFERENCE REALIGNMENT OVER
The University of Maryland has signed a new agreement that establishes the school’s first formal reciprocal student exchange program with the University of Jordan.
Hundreds continue to recover from serious injuries after being hurt in the Boston Marathon bombing. From amputated limbs to severe burns, dozens of surgeries are underway to help victims recover.
Jeff Barker of the Baltimore Sun joined Zinno on “Last Call” to discuss Alex Len leaving Maryland for the NBA. He spoke about the reasons why. Barker said that we all knew this day was coming.
It’s time to talk Turtles; Keith Cavanaugh from The Terrapin Times joined me to talk about what is happening in College Park.
Jason King of ESPN.com and Scott Gleeson of USA Today have posted their early rankings and neither has the Maryland Terrapins among their Top 25 teams.
University of Maryland men’s basketball head coach Mark Turgeon announced Monday that junior point guard Pe’Shon Howard has been granted permission to transfer for his senior season.
The art of poetry requires much more emotion and talent than what “roses are red, violets are blue” would lead one to believe, and so a certain respect should be given to those who would wear their heart on their sleeve when writing or performing poetry. Celebrate National Poetry Month by embracing the words of fellow Baltimoreans and perhaps sharing some of your own.