Graduating senior Stephen Middleton, along with a group of electronic media and film students at Towson University, produced the video.
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The Takoma Park, Md.-based author has been honored by TU for her book, We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust, published in 2012 by the University of Nebraska Press.
Towson University and Port Discovery Children’s Museum have been awarded a $17,000 grant by the PNC Foundation to launch Moving to Learn: Grow Up Great with Dance and Science.
The Towson University College of Fine Arts and Communication brings Spring Awakening to the stage beginning Thursday, April 25.
The mind behind House of Cards is coming to speak in Van Bokkelen Hall on Wednesday, April 24 at 12:30 p.m.
WAMMFest, beginning April 8, invites community members to celebrate women and minorities working in television, radio and film.
Amy Schumer, a Towson University alumna and nationally-known comic, receives a lot of her comic inspiration from the Muppets, according to a story published by the Capital Times.
A documentary short directed by film professor Dave Reiss has won the Best of Competition in the Promotional Faculty Video category of the 2013 Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts.
The Towson University Albert S. Cook Library has been chosen to receive the Bridging Cultures Bookshelf: Muslim Journeys collection, which strives to familiarize the public with the culture of Muslims.
Patrick Smith, a Towson University graduate and Getty Images photographer, has been named the Still Photographer of the Year by the White House News Photographers Association.
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