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Center Stage opens “As You Like It” here at TU

Students, faculty and staff can purchase $20 tickets for the spring productions of “As You Like It” and “Detroit ’67” presented in CFA’s Mainstage Theatre.

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No spin: TU’s Spaulding among nation’s & PRSA’s top educators

“I work very hard to make sure that my students are prepared to go into the public relations industry”

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Two student actors in "A Midsummer Night's Dream"

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream” in mid-October!

Follow the chaos and passion of young lovers as they find their way through the forest and to each other, while overcoming the obstacles of the fairies and the will of the Duke.

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Lynn Tomlinson

And the Student Academy Award goes to…

Lynn Tomlinson’s film one of seven finalists in the animation category.

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Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Ruby grants are “a real gem” for 2 faculty

Grants from $5,000 to $10,000 are awarded to support artists that reflect a diversity of talent and creativity for projects

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Jessie L. Greenwell, center, The Beulah M. Price Scholarship Cofac winner with Greg Faller, Assistant Dean and Susan Picinich, Dean.

TU senior using sculpture, scholarship to shape success

“The opportunities are everywhere, you just have to take advantage of them.”

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Arielle Israel, '15, BFA in Dance Performance is a Performing Associate with Giordano Dance Chicago.

New grad doing more than “just twirling around in pointe shoes”

“Towson University provided me with a once-in-a-lifetime and life-changing experience!”

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Students Win Awards for Anti-Theft PSA Competition

Eight Towson EMF students take home awards at annual event.

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It’s not up for debate — TU students are champions…again!

Towson is the first school to ever win back-to-back CEDA titles with two entirely different teams.

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WTMD’s radio for the people becomes music for the world

BWI Marshall and 89.7 WTMD have partnered to highlight local artists in several parts of the airport.

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