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Towson alumna changing the comedy scene

Rising star Amy Schumer may raise eyebrows with her vulgarity, but the theatre graduate makes no apologies. Instead, she sits down with NPR to tell her side of the story.

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WTMD reels in an Emmy for “Concert for the Chesapeake Bay”

The popular station was honored for its 2012 “Concert for the Chesapeake Bay,” a live simulcast that encouraged listeners to restore Maryland’s precious watershed.

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Towson selected as location for national public service announcement

The campus will host a production crew developing television spots for the “If You See Something, Say Something” campaign

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Q&A: Catching up with NYT reporter, author Brian Stelter ’07

The College of Fine Arts and Communication graduate’s first book, “Top of the Morning,” has reached the “New York Times” best seller list.

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Towson alumni magazine comes online

With a modern look and unique features, the new site offers readers all the content of Towson’s popular alumni magazine—and soon a web extra or two—in a package that is as accessible as it is attractive.

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Harlem Globetrotters bring basketball artistry to new Tiger Arena

The world-famous team will make history as the first-ever sporting event in Towson’s brand new Tiger Arena.

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China offers Obama a chance to be direct, says TU professor

That’s according to history professor and Asian studies expert Steve Phillips, in an editorial column in The Baltimore Sun.

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Towson economist discusses improving Baltimore-area housing market

Executive director of RESI Daraius Irani says that housing market is ‘Finding its footing’

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Professor leads groundbreaking search for answers in mental health

Bethany Brand is leading the world’s largest and longest international study on the effective treatment of dissociative disorders.

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Towson forensics students join cold case investigations

Assistant professor Dana Kollmann takes team of students to Tennessee to work on missing person’s case.

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