Natalie Opdahl
News Editor
Class of 2026

Articles by Natalie

Latin honors restructuring approved after SA push

SA endorsed a report March 4 pushing the University administration to make its Latin honors system more “equitable.”  Latin honors…

Lunar New Year kicks off with cultural showcases, dance show

Feb. 10 marked the first day of the Year of the Dragon. The University held several events to celebrate the…

Is using ChatGPT academically dishonest? ACJC explains UR’s AI policies

Using AI without permission may be considered receiving unauthorized aid under the Academic Honesty Policy, ACJC's chief justice said.

Students unite to feed kids, not landfills

When five University of Maryland (UMD) students saw the amount of food going to waste on their campus in 2011,…

To be or not to be: motherhood

Some women are going to choose to have children. Some won’t. Some will choose to focus on their careers, and others won’t.

RocLab launches Unicycle to promote sustainability on campus

RocLab, a student-run organization granting members opportunities to develop and implement their own software, released its newest project, Unicycle, Monday.…

Opioid overdose prevention training with Strong Recovery

Two Credentialed Recovery Peer Advocates from Strong Recovery came to Wilson Commons to educate the University community on treatment for opioid overdoses.

SA seeks student input on reservation space shortage

The end of the semester is always packed with performances by student organizations and academic departments alike. Due to the…

Student organizations face difficulties in reserving campus spaces

The student-run drama group The Opposite of People (TOOP) was told in late November that there was a shortage of performing space on campus.

Neziah Osayi on the importance of financial education

“Sure, it can be once in 10 years, or it can happen the next year,” Osayi said. “But do we want to be in the same position we are today, we are tomorrow? I think not.”