Charlie Dammeyer '04 is a coordinating director for NBC Sports who spends about half his year directing NHL games—including the Stanley Cup finals—and the rest directing NASCAR races.
Jennifer Barclay, assistant professor of theatre, has written a new play about how a small town deals with a school shooting.
Two UMD freshmen, graduates of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, are honoring the victims of the school shooting by making sure the memories of their lives don't fade away.
Teams from each of the eight departments in the A. James Clark School of Engineering tried to build the most elaborate yet functional Rube Goldberg machine for the Alumni Cup 2018 competition.
How can parents help their kids navigate the Internet more securely? New research offers some suggestions.
Brin Family Gift Supports Both Sides of Science of Computing
At their fast-casual Indian restaurant, Sahil Rahman ’12 and Rahul Vinod '11 hope to create something distinct from Bombay Bistro and Indique, owned by their parents.
Drones Give Journalism Students a Different Angle on Russian Retreat
Just 20 games into his college career, Bruno Fernando has impressed with his high motor, footwork and athleticism.
For her newest project, Mahwish Chishty MFA '08 is using kites to connect families living at the border of the U.S. and Mexico with families living at the border of Afghanistan and Chishty's native Pakistan.