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TU’s Schumer is a star that continues to skyrocket

“…relevant, funny and characteristically a little rude.”

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Honors College assistant dean’s ties to Sweet Briar College explored in Washington Post

The college was built on the grounds of the plantation where her great-great-grandparents were slaves.

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TU student scores Fulbright in pursuit of global education opportunities for all

Fulbright U.S. Student Awardee will teach English at a Turkish university

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Towson Cheerleading wins its second National Championship in three years!

Softball stretches win streak to eight games, while Men’s Lacrosse moves up in the rankings

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Towson University dance team does it again…for the 17th straight time!!

“I can’t begin to tell you how proud I am of our team.”

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“Towson’s most eligible” wins regional Mark of Excellence award!

Three TU students win prestigious honor from the Society of Professional Journalists

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What we did on our TU Spring Break!

Towson University students share stories about their Spring Break adventures.

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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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Scott Knowles studied abroad in China during fall 2013.

Two TU students to expand worldview, language skills with CLS award

“If you do have an interest in challenging yourself and your beliefs, I would highly suggest traveling somewhere new to expand your worldview.”

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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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