Adele H. Stamp Student Union - Center for Campus Life

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NOTICE: URGENT COVID ACTIONS

 

Effective immediately through Sat., February 27, STAMP will ONLY be open for COVID Testing or for grab-and-go food.
 

This is in accordance with the announcement by UMD President Darryl J. Pines that the University of Maryland is implementing urgent interventions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 on campus, following a spike in cases, which include sequester-in-place orders for students living in campus housing.

 

>> UPDATED HOURS FOR FOOD, RETAIL & BLDG SERVICES: stamp.umd.edu/reopen <<

We need your help to reverse the uptick in positive cases.
Whether you live on or off campus, practice the 4 Maryland Protocols.

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Welcome to STAMP

 

STAMP is open for the spring semester, and looking forward to seeing you! Please note that face coverings are required for entry. We also ask that you observe posted signs upon entering and within the building for your safety and the safety of our collective community. 

 

STAMP continues to provide a safe space for the community with COVID safety and cleaning/disinfecting protocols guided by the CDC and state/county recommendations. STAMP also will continue to be the COVID testing location for faculty, staff and students.

  • CAMPUS MEMBERS (students, faculty, staff) may enter STAMP by swiping in with valid University IDs at any of our entrances. NOTE: Entry into the building requires you to attest that you are symptom free, have done a symptom check upon entering, and have completed University-required, return-to-campus training.
  • GENERAL PUBLIC visiting STAMP must enter the building at the Main Entrance, facing Campus Drive. All visitors need to go through a symptom check upon entering. 

Veterans Networking Social

Thursday, March 4th, 5:30PM

Our community is strong and growing! If you're a TerpVet and haven't been been to a Veterans Networking Social yet, now is the time. Grab some food and a drink. Talk to some people. Have a great time. If we never take time, we will never have time. Current Student Veterans, Alumni, Campus Partners, Employers, Veterans, and Veteran Supporters are all welcome.

Veterans Networking Social
 

The "Green Book" was a travel guide that was published for Black people during the Jim Crow era. While conducting research for this project, Taylor created a database of nearly 10,000 Green Book businesses. She drove approximately 50,000 miles to nearly 4,000 listings. It listed practically every type of business that Black motorist needed on the road including: hotels, restaurants, drugstores, nightclubs, beauty shops, liquor stores, tailors, and even doctors.

Candacy Taylor Presents: The Green Book & the Roots of Black Mobility in America
 

Black Monologues

Throughout February

For this year's theme of Black Joy, we want to create a series of original monologue performances educating the broader campus community on institutional issues and experiences affecting African-descended members of the University of Maryland community. We encourage all art forms and self expression that represent you and any aspect of the Black diaspora you would like to share!

Black Monologues
 

Decolonizing Self-Care: Rest as Reparations

Thursday, February 25, 6 – 7:30PM

The Decolonizing Self-Care workshop is an event to remind the community that our healing and self-care is a top priority in today's fast paced world. In this event we will discuss how capitalism and the "rise and grind" can never replace healthy methods of self care. In addition to this discussion we will offer practical solutions and on how to create healthy routines focused on rest and stillness to help stay grounded.

Decolonizing Self-Care: Rest as Reparations
 

Can't figure out where to start as a new officer in your student organization? We can assist in the transition from one officer to another, give organizational pointers, and offer guidance to aid in a smooth transition of leadership.

SORC Workshop: Navigate Effective Officer Transitions
 

All Niter Services 24/7 Nonprofit Fair

Friday, February 26, 2PM – 3PM

Join the Adele H. Stamp Student Union—Center for Campus Life and Services 24/7 for our annual STAMP All Niter event! Virtually meet nonprofits in Prince George's County who are looking for volunteers, and find out how to get involved and make a meaningful impact on your community. Learn about how you can contribute both virtually and in-person.

All Niter Services 24/7 Nonprofit Fair
 

Student Entertainment Events (SEE) and the Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy Office (MICA) are teaming up to bring you a virtual movie screening every Friday night in February. This week's film is 2006's Akeelah and the Bee. RSVP now, and watch the movie at your leisure any time on Friday, February 19.

All Niter/Black History Month Film Screening: Akeelah and the Bee
 

Employment contracts are agreements between employers and employees that spell out the terms and conditions of employment. These written and signed documents are crucial to understanding the expectations and policies of a job and serve as legal protection for both employee and employer. Learn the terminology used in employment contracts and potential areas for negotiation.

GRadulting Workshop: What do I need to know before signing a job contract?
 

Need some Maryland-y art for your room? Flex your creative muscles and paint along with UMD alum Emil! Sign up to attend live at STAMP, to pick up a grab-and-go painting kit, or to have a kit mailed directly to your home.

All Niter Canvas Night
 

Show off your creative side with just an All Niter shirt and some bleach! Create your masterpiece in Studio A, sign up in advance for a grab-and-go kit, or have your t-shirt and supplies mailed directly to you. Click to learn more and to sign up.

All Niter Reverse Tie-Dye
 

Apply to the Leadership Studies Program!

posted on February 25, 2021

The Leadership Studies Program is accepting applications for their minor and certificate programs for the Spring 2021 semester. Students who are currently enrolled in or have previously completed HESI 217 are eligible to apply. Applications must be submitted by Friday, April 23rd. Head to go.umd.edu/leadershipstudies for more information and the online application.


Latinx Graduation Celebration- Spring Registration NOW OPEN!

posted on February 15, 2021

The Latinx/a/o Spring 2021 Graduation Celebration will occur on Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 7:00 pm. Due to COVID-19, it will take place virtually. To participate in the ceremony and receive a stole, please register by no later than Friday, April 9, 2021. Your graduation stole will be mailed to the address provided in this registration

 

Register at: stamp.umd.edu/LatinxSpring21Graduation

 

More information: stamp.umd.edu/LGC or contact Elizabeth Losada elosada@umd.edu


MICA Virtual Lounge - Front Desk "MICA VL"

posted on February 15, 2021

To supplement the limited availability of MICA's physical front office (lounge & front desk), we welcome students, guests and UMD community members to join us VIRTUALLY Tuesdays 2pm - 5pm |  Fridays 11am - 2pm. Check out our Linking Communities Calendar for "MICA VL" weekly Zoom event details.


Arts and Creativity Classes at Studio A

posted on February 05, 2021

Studio A is the non-credit art class space in the basement of the Adele H. Stamp Student Union for UMD students, staff and community members. The Studio A spring course and workshop listing is online now, with many classes starting February 15. Visit the class listings to see what is being offered and to sign up! Classes and workshops include topics from Drawing and Painting, Dance, Yoga, Animation, and Cooking. Visit Studio A at stamp.umd.edu/StudioA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Sign up for the LCSL Newsletter!

posted on September 01, 2020

To get the latest information on LCSL and all of our programs, click HERE to sign up for our bi-weekly newsletter. 


MICA Land Acknowledgment

posted on March 06, 2020

Every community owes its existence and strength to the generations before them, around the world, who contributed their hopes, dreams, and energy into making the history that led to this moment. Some were brought here against their will, some were drawn to migrate from their homes in hope of a better life, and some have lived on this land for more generations than can be counted. Truth and acknowledgment are critical in building mutual respect and connections across all barriers of heritage and difference. 

At the office of Multicultural Involvement & Community Advocacy (MICA), we believe it is important to create dialogue to honor those that have been historically and systemically disenfranchised. So, we acknowledge the truth that is often buried: We are on the ancestral lands of the Piscataway People, who were among the first in the Western Hemisphere. We are on indigenous land that was stolen from the Piscataway People by European colonists. We pay respects to Piscataway elders and ancestors. Please take a moment to consider the many legacies of violence, displacement, migration, and settlement that bring us together here today.

 

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