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Jacqueline Zegler

Student at the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism

Location icon United States

Sammy Stands up to Cancer

Meet Sammy, a sophomore business student at the University of Maryland, who, along with other comedians, is working to make a difference in the lives of cancer patients.

The Writer's Bloc
Funny Falls Flat at SEE's Annual Spring Comedy Show

By Jacqueline Zegler Student Entertainment Event's Spring Comedy Show featured a common theme: the University of Maryland. The annual event, held on April 17 in the Grand Ballroom at the Stamp Student Union, opened with a set by Streeter Seidell, a writer for "Saturday Night Live."

The Writer's Bloc
Love Opens Doors and Ears at MilkBoy ArtHouse

By Jacqueline Zegler "Take me, free me." Melia Jerí opened When Love Opens the Door with an a cappella performance that begged for acceptance from a lover. Linda Cameron shared her journey that included growing up in a segregated town long after the height of the Civil Rights Movement.

Beltway Bulletin
The University of Maryland, Baltimore, cancels classes on medical marijuana

By Jacqueline Zegler The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy announced last week that it will be canceling classes on the growth of medical marijuana. The school cited concerns about what actions the Trump Administration will take regarding the Schedule I drug after receiving advice from the Maryland Attorney General's office.

The Writer's Bloc
Clove Brings a Collaborative Voice to The Clarice

By Jacqueline Zegler In November 2016, alumna Paige Hernandez, was approached to devise a play at this university. Hernandez, who has devising experience through her own company, B-FLY Entertainment, jumped at the opportunity. Devised works are ones that bring the cast into the creative process to tell their own story, and that is just what "Clove"...

The Writer's Bloc
Eurydice Comes to Life at The Clarice

By Jacqueline Zegler Sarah Ruhl's "Eurydice," directed by Mitchell Hébert, and a production of the School of Theater, Dance, and Performance Studies, is being brought to life this season at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. This classic myth takes audiences through Eurydice and Orpheus's brief romance before her tragic death on their wedding day....

The Writer's Bloc
Celebrating the Early 2000s at Emo Night Brooklyn: Washington, D.C.

By Jacqueline Zegler There are three types of people in this world: those who went through an emo phase and left it in their past, those who never donned the eyeliner, tour shirts and studded belts, and those who are struggling to let go of the music from the best part of their youth.

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