Terps’ Wells Out With Broken Bone in Wrist

The Maryland Terrapins may have won the CBE Hall of Fame Classic in Kansas City, but they’ve lost one of their leaders for possibly the rest of their non-conference schedule. Senior guard Dez Wells suffered a broken bone in his right wrist during Maryland’s 72-63 win over number 13 Iowa State in the CBE Classic…

UB Post December Issue 2014

“We consume our tomorrow fretting about our yesterdays.” -Persius Get the first look into our December 2014 issue. Have a happy holiday and we will see you in January! UB Post December Issue 2014

A weekend of food, entertaining, and fun

Metro Cooking DC returns to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center The weekend of Nov. 8 brought about the ninth annual Metro Cooking DC, a cooking and entertaining show that takes place every year around the same time—just in time to help with the holidays for entertaining inspiration and the opportunity to pick up some…

Beyond infinity and back again

Interstellar takes its place in the sci-fi canon It’s not that hard a thing, capturing the vastness of space, and with it, the adventure of transcending our home planet: just look up. What is hard is capturing something bigger than that—the stars behind the stars, really. Interstellar, Christopher Nolan’s epic spacescape of a film, gets…

Challenge accepted!

We’re still searching for my male counterpart. Know a guy who likes trying out new stuff, isn’t afraid to voice his opinions, and can string a couple sentences together? If so, have them apply at editor@ubpost.org. If we can’t find someone, you guys may just be stuck with me from here on out. I’m giving…

Information systems professor recognized for research on mobile tech

Professor Eusebio Scornavacca moved from New Zealand to Baltimore only a year ago. However, his research on mobile information technology and how it’s applied in business has taken him around the world, and has earned him some recognition in the process. Scornavacca, the John and Margaret Thompson Professor of Management Information Systems in the Merrick…