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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This exhibit represents 150 years of interconnected fashion history between the city of Baltimore and Towson University.
Filmaker visits campus to host special screening, Q&A session about her movie on the globalization of beauty.
The debate is open to the public and there will be an opportunity for audience participation during cross-examination.
All screenings take place in Van Bokkelen 204. The series is free and open to the public.
Flatow peppered his 150th anniversary Speaker Series lecture with video clips on fracking, global warming and physics from several popular television shows
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.
Riveting documentary recounts battle to free jailed domestic-abuse survivor
Schumer’s book has a working title of “Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo.”
The series began as a way to unite the student body and the local Towson community through the power of film
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