For the second straight year, Maryland Head Football Coach DJ Durkin served as Honorary Chairman for the annual Best Buddies Friendship Walk, which took place on Saturday.
Day One of the "Week of Giving" kicked off on Monday morning with Maryland Athletics staff serving doughnuts, muffins and coffee to students and faculty on campus at the Stamp Student Union.
University of Maryland Athletics staff and student-athletes, including men's lacrosse head coach John Tillman, took part in the "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" event held on campus to raise awareness about men's sexualized violence against women and its devastating impact.
Maryland's Student Athlete Advisory Committee brought a little value to the spare change many take for granted, holding the first-ever "Penny Wars" to benefit Terp Thon this past week.
When the leaves are seen floating down to the ground, the thought of turkey and football begin the excitement for Thanksgiving celebrations. It is time for the Terps to welcome November: The month of giving thanks.
The University of Maryland Student Athlete Advisory Committee sponsored it's fourth annual "TerpsGiving" meal drive Sunday providing meals to families in need.
For the 14th straight year, former Maryland great Shawne Merriman will hold his annual Coat Drive at a Terps football home game. This year's drive will be held prior to the Ohio State game on Nov. 12.
The University of Maryland Athletics department, in concurrence with National "Make a Difference Day" announced the "Share the Shell" community outreach program today.
The University of Maryland Athletics Department will be hosting Maryland United Night at the Terps' field hockey game versus Michigan State and men's soccer match against Ohio State Friday evening.
The Garrett A. Turner Foundation has launched a new pilot program called 'Terps of Tomorrow' and it will provide opportunities for 100 youth in the DMV to annually attend a Terps home football game.
The University of Maryland Athletics department took part in Terps Against Hunger third annual homecoming service event at the Xfinity Center on Sunday.
Maryland women's soccer student-athletes Darby Moore, Emily Kift and Sarah Kovalchick, along with head coach Ray Leone, visited with children at Children's National Health System in Washington D.C. Tuesday.