What a child thought was a gun inside a Baltimore-area school turned out to be a piece of photo equipment that a journalism graduate student was using.
The University of Maryland's Board of Regents hasdecided not to implement a proposed "porn policy" thatwould have required films screened on campus for entertainment purposes to havean educational element.
The University of Maryland is seeking input fromstudents on a new "porn policy," which the school's Board ofRegents plans to vote on Friday, Oct. 23. Some students feel the restrictions in the policy would infringe upon their First Amendment rights.
Sexual assault victims participating in the Clothesline Project at the University of Maryland cannot write the names of alleged assailants on shirts they plan to hang around the campus, university officials said this week.
Information about unpaid parking tickets of student athletes and coaches as well as information about related NCAA violations must be open to the public, Maryland's high court ruled in December.