Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has signed 174 more bills into law, including a pair of measures to boost the state's beer industry. The Republican governor also signed bills to reform the University System of Maryland board of regents and increase purchases of "clean" cars.
Students who come to Maryland’s public universities and colleges from out of state will see as much as a 5% increase in tuition next year, after the University of Maryland Board of Regents unanimously approved hikes Friday.
Former University System of Maryland Chancellor William “Brit” Kirwan joined Democratic leaders in Annapolis to rally support for legislation that would provide more than $1 billion over the next two years to begin implementing his education commission’s recommendations.
Arguing University of Maryland officials placed athletics over academics last year following the death of football player Jordan McNair, state lawmakers in Annapolis are now pushing legislation to overhaul the university system’s Board of Regents.
Donald N. Langenberg, a career academic who during his 12 years as chancellor oversaw 11 state colleges and universities including the University of Maryland, College Park, and whose budget doubled to $2.7 billion, died Jan. 25 from an aortic aneurysm at his Dickeyville home. He was 86.
Md. legislators: Like most Marylanders, we were shocked by the tone deaf decision made by the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents last fall to place athletics above academics following the tragic death of Jordan McNair at UMD. Our bill should prevent similar mistakes.
The University System of Maryland Board of Regents will discuss its search for a new president at the University of Maryland, College Park during a special meeting on Wednesday, the system announced Tuesday.
Three months after University of Maryland President Wallace Loh announced his pending retirement in the wake of the death of football player Jordan McNair, and less than six months before his departure, the University System of Maryland has not formed a search committee to find his replacement.
The day after it was announced that University of Maryland President Wallace Loh would retire in the wake of a football scandal — but that the football coach would remain in College Park — state lawmakers called for a hearing to investigate the matter.
In the aftermath of the University System of Maryland Board of Regents' response to the death of a Terrapins football player, the consequences for the College Park campus are multiplying. Faculty, students and alumni are raising concerns about accreditation, academic freedom and fundraising.
James Brady, the chairman of the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents, resigned Thursday, overtaken by the whirlwind of controversy at the state’s flagship university that began with the June death of football player Jordan McNair.
Karen Levenson, a major donor to the school of public policy at the University of Maryland, College Park, has halted future gifts over how the University System of Maryland Board of Regents have handled the aftermath of Terrapins football player Jordan McNair's death.
University of Maryland football coach DJ Durkin, who had been suspended since August, has been fired in the wake of the heatstroke death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair and two reports commissioned by the board of regents.
University of Maryland President Wallace Loh fired football coach DJ Durkin a day after the University System of Maryland Board of Regents reinstated him. Loh said he took the action after meeting with the Student Government Association, department chairs and other campus leadership.
Republican Gov. Larry Hogan issued a scathing rebuke to the University System of Maryland’s governing body, calling on it to reconsider its decisions to keep the flagship university’s football coach and athletic director while accepting the campus president's decision to retire.
James Brady, whom Gov. Larry Hogan appointed to head the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents, threw a wrench into the final week of the gubernatorial campaign. He announced a decision to keep the University of Maryland's football coach and athletic director, despite a player's death.
Leaders of Maryland’s House of Delegates on Wednesday announced they will hold a hearing investigating the University of Maryland’s football culture and the Board of Regents decision to retain the football coach and athletic director while the president retires.
The chairman of the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents on Wednesday defended the governing body’s decision to retain the University of Maryland’s head football coach and athletic director, despite the death of offensive lineman Jordan McNair and subsequent investigation.
Read a full transcript of The Baltimore Sun’s interview with University System of Maryland Board of Regents Chair James T. Brady about the group's decision to keep Damon Evans and DJ Durkin in place after a football scandal.
You may still have questions about the investigations and recommendations in the wake of the death of University of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair. Looking ahead, there remain questions to be answered and details to be sketched out. Here are some of them.
Maryland football coach DJ Durkin met with his staff and players before Tuesday’s practice, which was scheduled around the same time the University System of Maryland's Board of Regents held a news conference in Baltimore to announce its recommendation to reinstate the 40-year-old coach.
Here’s what state leaders, sports writers, fans and others had to say about the decision to keep athletic director Damon Evans and football coach DJ Durkin at University of Maryland — and allow university President Wallace Loh to retire.
Board of Regents chairman James Brady talked a lot about accountability in a review of Maryland's "dysfunctional" football culture, but he ended up holding no one in a top leadership position accountable.
The University System of Maryland’s governing board will hold yet another closed session meeting Monday evening to discuss the damning results of an investigation into the University of Maryland’s football program.
University president Wallace Loh, athletic director Damon Evans and football coach DJ Durkin will speak with the University System of Maryland’s Board of Regents during a closed session Friday afternoon.
mid an investigation into the culture of the University of Maryland’s football program, power players in the state are preemptively mobilizing to defend President Wallace Loh. They worry he is being made a “scapegoat” and they say black Marylanders support Loh.