• Student coalition trying to get Maryland stadium renamed

    WASHINGTON (AP) – A coalition of University of Maryland students has launched a campaign to change the name of the school’s football stadium, citing racist beliefs of the man it’s named after. The students tell…

  • Racism a lingering problem among collegiate millennials

    COLLEGE PARK, Md. (AP) — Kayla Tarrant loves the University of Maryland. But the campus tour guide says a racist email and photo attributed to her schoolmates makes her reluctant to encourage other black students…

  • U.Md. president condemns racist email

    WASHINGTON — The president of the University of Maryland took to Twitter Friday condemning the racist and sexist email sent by a College Park campus student, saying he is shaken and angry. Wallace Loh released…

  • Racist, sexist email from UMd. fraternity member roils campus

    WASHINGTON — Less than a week after video surfaced depicting members of an Oklahoma University fraternity singing a racist chant, a racist, sexist email from a member of a University of Maryland fraternity has surfaced. In the…

  • Descendants of Nevada senator join debate over DC fountain

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The debate is heating up over the name of a Washington, D.C. fountain built in honor of an early-20th-century U.S. senator from Nevada who had white supremacist beliefs. The Washington Post reports…

  • On racism in sports

    A group of distinguished sports personalities took on the topic of racism in sports Tuesday night at the University of Maryland.

  • Parenting: How do you explain racism to kids?

    Alleged comments from LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling left many parents in a bind. How do you explain racism to kids?

  • Fight to change Redskins name lacks emotion, political power of Sterling protests

    The pressure for the NBA and its fans to sanction Clippers owner Donald Sterling reached a fever pitch Monday, just days after audio of the businessman making racist comments to his then girlfriend surfaced. But the fight to oust the word Redskins from Washington\’s football franchise lacks the same emotional response.

  • Brunswick residents, officials gather to discuss racist graffiti

    As police continue to investigate who is responsible for racist graffiti found earlier this month near Brunswick, residents have their own ideas about why the culprit vandalized the road