30 Total Adenovirus Cases Confirmed At UMDAt least 30 cases of adenovirus have now been confirmed at the University of Maryland College Park.
Md. Comptroller: 'Big Beer Companies Own Maryland Legislature' After Natural Light Comes Out With 77-Pack Of BeerPeter Franchot, Maryland's comptroller, is calling for an investigation of his allegations that large brewing companies have corrupted Maryland legislators with questionable campaign contributions and favors.
U. Md. Board of Regents Votes to Change Name of Byrd StadiumThe University of Maryland's Board of Regents has voted to remove former school President H.C. "Curley" Byrd's name from Capital One Field at Byrd Stadium.
U-Md. Students Make Over-the-Top Finals Offerings to Testudo (Again)It’s a well-known superstition at the University of Maryland, College Park: rub the nose of the bronze mascot in front of the library during finals week, or risk a bad grade. If you’re anticipating a particularly difficult test, leave an “offering.”
2 Maryland Colleges Sign Transfer Agreement A college in southern Maryland has authorized a transfer agreement with a local community college, allowing graduates of the two-year program to complete their four-year degrees at the institution.
Finals Offerings To U. of Maryland Statue Officially Over The TopIt's a well-known parable at the University of Maryland, College Park: rub the nose of the bronze mascot statue in front of the library during finals week, or risk a bad grade.
Huge Hotel and Conference Center Could Be Coming to U-Md.The University of Maryland, College Park is closed to finalizing a deal to bring a huge hotel and conference center to the intersection of Route 1 and Paint Branch Parkway.
Md.'s Purple Line To Affect UMD's Iconic College Park EntranceMaryland's Purple Line project, which Pres. Barack Obama recommended giving a $100 million grant in his proposed budget this week, will force changes on the University of Maryland, College Park's iconic entrance from Route 1.
U-Md. Extends Credit Protection Coverage to 5 Years After Large Data BreachThe University of Maryland says it is expanding its free credit protection services to five years for potential victims of last week's large data breach.
U-Md. Database Containing Thousands of Student, Staff Records HackedUniversity of Maryland officials have released a statement a day after the university's president announced a database containing sensitive information about faculty, staff, students and affiliated personnel had been hacked.
U.Md., U.Va. Get Nods From Business Insider For Having 'Iconic' QuadsMcKeldin Mall at the University of Maryland, College Park and the University of Virginia's Lawn have been named among Business Insider's list of the most beautiful and iconic college quads in the country.
Maryland Files $157M Counterclaim vs. ACC The University of Maryland has filed a $157 million counterclaim against the Atlantic Coast Conference, alleging the league tried to recruit two Big Ten schools after Maryland announced its intention to leave for the Big Ten.