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This Tiger works on the wild side at The Maryland Zoo

Most of Borowy’s work is with the Animal Embassy, the zoo’s travelling collection of about 60 animals that visit schools, events and daycare centers to teach children about animals.

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TU’s Red Tent Foundation gives women a safe place to talk

“What other women take away from the group has been the most rewarding. You get to meet a lot of new people. You get to talk about a lot of things that aren’t really discussed in our society that we deal with every day.”

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“Grub Street” shines again in national competition

“Now, we have such a high standard and we just have to keep the bar high.”

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TU marketing students exceed expectations

The judges and mock “buyers” expressed their excitement about the quality of student talent, which surpassed their expectations

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Five awesome internships TU students completed this year

“Every time I have a bad day, I remember that I helped bring a mom and a dad to the United States to meet and reunite with their son”

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Five questions with “Wall Street Daily” income editor-in-chief, TU master’s alum Chris Worthington

Worthington is the income editor-in-chief at “Wall Street Daily.”

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TU alum honored for his leadership and public service

Curt Landtroop ‘73 received the 2015 President’s Leadership Award from Guiding Eyes for the Blind, a New York-based guide dog school.

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Four TU Library of Congress GIS interns in front of a topographical globe.

Students, recent grads spent their summer surrounded by books!

Evan Neuwirth, Erin Kelly, Mike Schoelen and Katje Lattik worked with “hotspot” maps at the Library of Congress this summer

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Van Brooks

Inspirational alum Van Brooks provides a S.A.F.E. haven for Baltimore’s youth

“We’ll actually be one of the only facilities in the area offering the things that we are going to offer for free.”

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Project ASTRO views ‘New Horizons’ on Pluto…from Baltimore!

“We want to help prepare the next generation of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians.”

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