1 in 22,449

While Kaiyln Huffaker is 1 in 22,449 at Towson University, she is also 1 in 100,000 who has a rare genetic disorder called Pfeiffer syndrome. She has undergone 5 major surgeries in her life; her first surgery was done by Dr. Ben Carson.


Kaiyln studies for finals after a long day at clinical (Picture by: Alexis Terry|TU Student)

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Towson University begins construction for a new science facility


The start of the new construction has created detoured walking routes for students on campus. (Photo by: Alexis Terry/ TU Student)

Towson University students brace for more roadblocks on campus with the start of construction on the New Science Complex along York Road. The current science building, Smith Hall has been around for nearly 50 years and cannot withhold the continuous growth of enrollment in Science and Mathematics Studies at Towson. The construction creates numerous inconveniences in students commute to class. Listen to Michael Goodman, as he speaks for many students with the same feeling…






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The Mighty Mare Campaign comes to Towson


Jenna Lewis (left) and Alexa DeAnnuntis (right) at the Mighty Mare tabling event in the University Union. (photo by: Alexis Terry /TU Student)

Mariana McConnine, commonly known as “Mare” is a 19-year-old Deaf Studies Major at Towson University. She has lived her entire life with Cystic Fibrosis, a genetic disorder that mostly affects the lungs. This semester she fell ill and was hospitalized where she learned she needs a lung transplant. However, this won’t be Mare’s first go around. She received a double lung transplant in 2014 due to complications from her Cystic Fibrosis.

Mare’s biggest fear is people treating her as the “sick kid” so most people are not aware of her health condition. It is important for her to build relationships genuine friendship and not sympathy.

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Towson student perseveres through home stress


Natalie stands outside of the Media Center, where she will take most of her classes as a Mass Communication student. (Photo by: Alexis Terry/ TU Student)

Natalie Bland is in her second semester of Freshman year at Towson University. She is studying Journalism and has had numerous internship opportunities in the past year. However, she explains that it has not been an easy year adjusting for her.


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Student choreographs Towson’s Greek Sing

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Gianna shuffles through her memory to decide her choreography. She has learned numerous routines from years of dance. (Photo by: Alexis Terry/TU Student)

Gianna Cirillo, a senior at Towson University, has been given the opportunity to choreograph her sorority’s Greek Sing performance this Spring 2017. Gianna has years of dancing experience and came to Towson to make it a career. She explains that her journey has been stressful, but rewarding at the same time.

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Artist delivers a controversial performance at Towson

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Guillermo Gómez-Peña strips off his vest and mentally prepares to deliver his performance (Photo by: Alexis Terry/ TU Student)

Performance artist Guillermo Gómez-Peña shocked many students at Towson University through radical spoken word pedagogy on February 23. Continue reading

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Photo Field Trip!


I chose this picture because I like the the contrast between the colors. I think they are balanced well. This has good photo composition because it is close up.


I chose this picture because the past fews days were rainy and cloud, but the sun finally decided to peek out. This follows the rule of thirds because if there were a grid overlay, the sun would land on the upper left corner of the grid.


I like this picture of the tiger because it gives a different mood. The head fits perfectly into the rule of thirds and the picture is close up.


I like this picture of the tiger because it has a different dramatic affect. It also shows a lot of detail. The picture has good composition because the flags are in the upper third and the body of the tiger are in the middle third. Also, the bottom third has the plaque which describes why the tiger is there.

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