What are Maryland terpenes?

The Maryland Terrapins, commonly referred to as the Terps, consist of 19 men’s and women’s varsity intercollegiate athletic teams that represent the University of Maryland, College Park in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I competition.

What does Maryland University logo mean?

The four official colors of the University of Maryland are drawn from the striking and distinctive Maryland state flag. The red, white, black, and gold represent the shield in the coat of arms of George Calvert, first Lord Baltimore and original colonial proprietor of Maryland.

What is fear the turtle?

That means bold, direct, smart and fun. The Fear the Turtle (FTT) style compliments the university’s visual identity—the classic globe and logo—in marketing communications materials. Individual units’ and the university’s messages are more powerful when we all speak with one voice and share the same look.

Why is it called a Testudo?

Finally, the derivation of the word testudo itself comes from the Latin word for a protective shelter used for Roman soldiers’ heads, similar to a tortoise shell. On the suggestion of Ralph I.

What is the Maryland mascot?

TestudoUniversity of Maryland / Mascot

As mascot (also known as Testudo), the Terrapin, however, has been affiliated with the University’s athletic program since 1933. Maryland has acted to protect Diamondback Terrapins.

What font is the UMD logo?

Adobe Bembo
The official typeface of the university is Adobe Bembo, a serif book type that combines traditional forms with contemporary styling. The official sans-serif typeface is Univers, which conveys a modern, clean aesthetic and pairs nicely with Bembo. Email [email protected] for access to UMD Adobe fonts (Bembo and Univers).

What is Maryland’s mascot?

TestudoUniversity of Maryland / Mascot

Where did the name Testudo come from?