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Students show that learning and leading don’t take a summer vacation

“I feel as though I am making a positive impact for years to come.”

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Cuban cathedral

Beans & rice every day and no Chipotle? Welcome to Cuba, TU!

Fifteen Towson U students embarked on a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Cuba to study economics

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Kristen Bork with jump ropers

Towson U senior helps Baltimore City youngsters “jump for joy”

“Instead of jump rope being about myself, it showed me how I can help and serve others with it.”

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‘Building Greatness’ aims to take T.I.G.E.R.S. to the next level

“The administration, coaches and student-athletes all have the same vision – to build greatness. Our strategic plan will be the blueprint for how we expect to achieve that.”

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Harjant Gill

TU assistant professor explores what it means to be a man in India

Gill earned the May Filmmaker of the Month award from the District of Columbia Office of Motion Picture and Television Development.

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TU senior Jay Greene

Towson senior mingles with media professionals at national conference

“We pave the way for history.”

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TU alum leads youth to financial success

Named one of The Daily Record’s 2014 Leading Women

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What’s new at TU?

With warm weather right around the corner, students are counting down the days to summer vacation. But Towson still has plenty of events to offer this semester. Whether you want to catch a show or a sporting event, Towson has you covered – just make sure to find some time to study for finals.   […]

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Alternative spring breaks

TU students lend a helping paw to rescued tigers

“It was just really cool to be able to do something to help others and meet people who want to do the same.”

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2015 Towson Students Helping Honduras

TU students raising $50,000 to send to their ‘second home’ in Honduras

Sadie Lockhart and Esther Weiner have a goal. The co-presidents of Students Helping Honduras (SHH) want to raise $50,000 this semester. It’s all about the kids. About 40 Towson students from SHH spent their winter break building a home in Honduras for girls 18 and older, Lockhart says. The young women need a place to […]

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