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Feng, Guo, Smith, Vargas at Hackathon

Hacking for the White House: Some Towson Tigers help make the Web more accessible

TU faculty and students presented SoundsRight CAPTCHA and two mobile apps at the 2015 Accessibility Hackathon in the General Services building in Washington, D.C. on March 31.

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Towson plays first games in Tiger Softball Stadium

The upgraded stadium features improved ADA and medical emergency access, restrooms, a digital scoreboard, a concession stand and a press box.

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TU students keeping their defenses up in regional cyber competition

The MACCDC gives college and university students a chance “to test their cybersecurity knowledge and skills in a competitive environment.”

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Jordan Klumpp

TU communications major honored at Addys with $3,000 scholarship

This might be the first time anyone has succumbed to advertising and actually received money.

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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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Did the 2015 TigerTHON fund raiser meet its $200,000 goal?

“I am so grateful to everyone who made a donation and everyone who worked so hard to make this happen.”

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Harford County Public Schools Teacher of the Year Laura Potter with C. Milton Wright Principal Mike Thatcher. Photo Credit: Harford County Public Schools (via Bel Air Patch)

TU grad Potter works magic in Harford County, wins award

“She does the impossible; she makes Calculus appealing, let alone bearable. I looked forward to her class every day.”

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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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Towson’s SGA designated as a “Safe Haven”

Members of the Student Government Association underwent training to help to help identify the signs, raise awareness, and be able to provide information on human trafficking.

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Nancy Grasmick named 2015 Baltimore County Woman of the Year for innovative work at TU

These awards are given to female county residents who have enhanced the lives of citizens and made significant contributions in the community, workplace, or schools

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