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Gov. Hogan’s budget includes new building funding for Fisher College of Science and Mathematics

Major funding from state moves plans for one building forward, poses challenges for another

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TU officially turns 150 (and we look good!)

Friday was Towson University’s official 150th birthday, and frankly, we’re pretty spry for our age.

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High society – TU prof talks 1800s opiate addiction on C-SPAN3

Drinking was not allowed. Opiates were a different story.

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Pomp and circumstance: 1,400+ new Tiger stripes earned

With grand ceremony (and a “Star Wars” reference), Towson’s alumni community grows

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Chandler: “We are very good but we can be great. Help me get there.”

At town hall meeting, interim president seeks “check-up” on campus, shares goals for university well-being

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Community focus puts outgoing education dean in the national spotlight

National award recognizes Ray Lorion’s distinguished contribution to community psychology research

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It’s pomp and circumstance time for TU’s 150th graduating class!

Spring ceremonies mark beginning of celebrations for new alums and the entire university

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No ribbon? No scissors? No problem!

Storm delays, but does not dampen, Towson’s 150th anniversary celebration

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Special message about Baltimore unrest

Interim President Chandler is “in full support” of effort to create “safe spaces” for “Hard but essential work.”

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Interim President Chandler issues statement regarding Baltimore unrest

Despite unfounded rumors, no credible threats in Towson area

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