Six volunteers for the Hunger and Homelessness campaign participated in a service event this past weekend that brought clothes, toys and other items to certain families for highly discounted prices.
The Prince George’s County Delegation of the Maryland House of Delegates voted 12-9 Friday to approve a recommendation to the full House to pass a bill that would implement a tax on the use of disposable plastic bags in retail stores.
Today kicked off two major initiatives for open education: the first annual Open Education Week and the Why Open Education Matters video competition.
MaryPIRG officially shifted from the recruitment phase to campaign work with our kickoff meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Benjamin Banneker room in the Stamp Student Union.
Work on important issues, learn valuable skills, get hands-on experience, and make a difference.