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Towson Tigers Today (T3) organizers offer free Kindle as prize in exchange for survey

Towson University’s daily email digest, Towson Tigers Today (T3), is undergoing a revision process. Organizers want to increase the email’s effectiveness while also making it more complete, useful and fun. To accomplish those goals, organizers are asking for feedback. Those who participate in a short online survey will be entered to win a free Kindle. […]

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Gymnastics takes first SECU Arena meet; men’s basketball loses two CAA games

Women’s basketball dropped a road game to William & Mary, while the indoor track and field team placed third in an invitational this weekend.

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Record-breaking football team to be honored at TU vs. Hofstra basketball game Monday night

Recognition falls on first day of spring term classes.

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The Health and Counseling Centers at Ward & West open for spring term

Renovated Ward & West is new home for Health Center and Counseling Center

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Reports of crime to shift from university Facebook page to TUPD page

Police chief says social media play important role in keeping community informed and safe

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Actuarial Science and Risk Management program earns elite honor from Society of Actuaries

Towson is one of only 15 programs in the country to achieve the distinction.

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Men’s basketball wins fifth straight game; Women’s basketball falls in one-point loss

Jerrelle Benimon named the CAA player of the week after leading the Tigers to their fifth-straight win

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Towson physics professor’s research could lead to more efficient energy delivery

Vera Smolyaninova believes room-temperature superconductors could one day prevent the waste of energy on the way from production to use in homes and businesses.

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Towson alumna helps Ugandan children on volunteer trip

Angie Hong, a 2012 Towson University graduate and former staff member, recently returned from four months volunteering in the Ugandan capital. She’s preparing to take another trip, this time with the Peace Corps to Nicaragua.

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Towson alumna named exemplary school psychologist

Kristen Schroeder earned her MA in Psychology in 2009 and now works for the Montgomery County Public School system.

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