University of Maryland Athletes Train Hard in the Offseason

By Jess Feldman Staff Writer In most cases when people discuss the University of Maryland, athletics are bound to come up in the conversation. With this university in the Big Ten, the overall expectation of the athletic program is much higher than that of smaller schools in different divisions. For teams to meet or even beat this expectation, it is necessary for each athlete to … Continue reading University of Maryland Athletes Train Hard in the Offseason

Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Hopes for Redemption in this year’s National Championship

By Noah Johnson For Unwind magazine Monday, May, 30, 2016. Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The Maryland men’s lacrosse team strides out into the warm, spring sun with a rare chance at redemption. One year prior, on that same field, the Terrapins fell to Denver 10-5 in the national championship game, one win shy of their first title since 1975. After tumbling at the final … Continue reading Maryland Men’s Lacrosse Hopes for Redemption in this year’s National Championship

Maryland Men’s Basketball Season Wrap-Up and Future Predictions

By Lamar Johnson For Unwind magazine The Terrapins exceeded expectations thanks to two driving forces: Melo Trimble, of course, and the trio of stellar freshman starters. Melo Trimble was Maryland basketball for the past three seasons. After he hit his final shot at Xfinity he proudly declared, “This is my state.” Two postseason losses later, the Terps would end the season 24-9, tied for second … Continue reading Maryland Men’s Basketball Season Wrap-Up and Future Predictions

Maryland Gears up for Another Deep March Madness Run

By Harrison Cann For Unwind magazine Coming off of a trip to the Sweet 16 for the first time since 2003, Melo Trimble and company are looking to advance even further this time around. The Maryland men’s basketball team finished the season ranked No. 25 in the nation with a 24-8 record. The Terps earned a No. 6 seed in the NCAA Tournament. ESPN college basketball analyst Joe Lunardi had … Continue reading Maryland Gears up for Another Deep March Madness Run

Maryland Baseball Celebrates the Holidays with Competition and Cheer

By Joe Ilardi For Unwind magazine With 2017 looming, the holiday season is upon us here at the University of Maryland, and while certain teams must keep competing through the winter recess, others get to kick back with some eggnog. We all know our beloved athletes work their shells all year round, but how do they find ways to celebrate the holiday season? On my … Continue reading Maryland Baseball Celebrates the Holidays with Competition and Cheer

Students Give Back Through Organizations On-Campus

By Morgan Caplan Staff Writer ‘Tis the season when the giving spirit is high. While stuck at school during the last weeks of finals, students may be hard-pressed to find time to give back to those around them. But with more than 200 service organizations on campus, students have many opportunities to get involved and make an impact on the communities of the University of … Continue reading Students Give Back Through Organizations On-Campus

Terps for Change Makes a Difference in the Community and in Students

By Jessica Feldman Staff Writer Plenty of students at the University of Maryland find ways to get involved on campus. Terps for Change works differently, in that it helps students work with the surrounding community to make a difference. Terps for Change is “committed to connecting the university with the local community through sustained, collaborative, and meaningful community service-learning,” according to the Stamp Student Union … Continue reading Terps for Change Makes a Difference in the Community and in Students

Senior Goalie Sean Rankin Hopes for a UMD D2 Hockey Team Championship

By Eliseé Browchuk For Unwind magazine Native of South River, New Jersey, Sean Rankin hasn’t missed a winter on the ice in 14 years. It only took one of his cousin’s hockey games at the age of 7 to get the 21-year-old hooked on his favorite sport and pastime: ice hockey. Rankin is not only the backbone of the defensive line as goalie, but he … Continue reading Senior Goalie Sean Rankin Hopes for a UMD D2 Hockey Team Championship

Maryland Basketball Season Preview: Terps to Watch

By Joe Ilardi For Unwind magazine With the 2016-17 Maryland Basketball season right around the corner, there are plenty of new and returning players to keep an eye on. Here are all the players to watch this coming season, from both the men and women’s squads. Photo by Sammi Silber Melo Trimble, Point Guard, Junior It may seem that Trimble has already proven himself to … Continue reading Maryland Basketball Season Preview: Terps to Watch

College Students Share Stories of Campaigning for Candidates

By Uyen Nguyen For Unwind magazine Three government and politics majors at the University of Maryland have been very active in the 2016 election cycle. Senior Christopher Walkup worked as a deputy field organizer on Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign during the primaries from Jan. 1 to Feb. 1 and is a member of Terps for Bernie. Walkup’s main duties were “phonebanking and canvassing everyday… and … Continue reading College Students Share Stories of Campaigning for Candidates

Maryland Football Shows Improvement with Durkin and Offensive Line

By Ryan Romano Copy Editor The Terps football team entered 2016 as a club in transition. In October of the previous year, they had fired head coach Randy Edsall, who had led Maryland to a middling 22-33 record in four-and-a-half seasons at the helm. Many of the team’s veteran players departed for the sunnier shores of the NFL in the offseason. Coming off a 3-9 … Continue reading Maryland Football Shows Improvement with Durkin and Offensive Line