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A first look inside the new TU in Northeastern Maryland building

The location will give students the opportunity to pursue a four-year degree without having to commute 45 minutes to Towson’s Baltimore County campus.

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There’s still time to register for Thursday’s Football 101 clinic

Registration is $30 for the general public and $25 for faculty, staff and students.

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Towson’s Theta Chi fraternity nabs national honor

TU chapter of Theta Chi given highest honor at fraternity’s national conference in Minneapolis.

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Freshman Transition program gives students a second chance

“It is an opportunity for the student to go to their first-choice school.”

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Towson celebrates Artscape with summer exhibitions

The Towson University Center for the Arts will host two exhibitions as part of the gallery network for Artscape 2014.

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A look back at the Maryland Special Olympics held at TU

In the past 44 years, the university has hosted the Summer Games of the Maryland Special Olympics a total of 37 times.

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University builds float for Towson’s Fourth of July Parade

“This float symbolizes the everlasting pride, spirit and quality that is Towson University,” says President Maravene Loeschke.

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Free shuttle still available for this week’s WTMD First Thursday concert

University students, faculty and staff wishing to sign up for the free shuttle to this Thursday evening’s concert must do so by noon on Tuesday, July 1.

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Towson to offer free shuttle to next WTMD First Thursday concert

The shuttle will transport students, faculty and staff, as well as their significant others, from the campus of Towson University to Canton Waterfront Park.

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TU begins plans to expand campus recreation center

The expansion will add 94,000 square feet to the current recreation center located inside Burdick Hall.

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