From the brewery’s name to its signature “I Fought the Claw” IPA, there are overt references to the state’s history and economy. “We’re proud University of Maryland graduates,” says Earl...
Artist Markus Puskar '16 turned a soon-to-be-demolished house into an art installation—a project that became a statement against gentrification and what Puskar sees as a loss of neighborhood identity.
Most North American hops come from the Pacific Northwest, but UMD and Flying Dog are seeking varieties that thrive in Maryland's climate.
Solar House Scores at Global Contest
New A. James Clark Hall to Innovate in Burgeoning Field
The point isn’t to create social butterflies, but children unafraid to join a team, raise their hands in class or participate at show-and-tell.
Munro Leaf ’27 soared to fame with “The Story of Ferdinand,” his 1936 children’s book about a Spanish bull that didn’t want to fight.
Student Alumni Leadership Council Launched The Student Alumni Leadership Council is a new group of 20 undergraduate students. They are charged with sponsoring, planning and coordinating events and programs...
Refugee from Vietnam Who Rose in IT Field Passes Along Gift of Education