One in 22,000 : Something in The Way She Moves

Amy Phillips stretches before dance practice, inside the Chesapeake room at the Towson University Union. ( Photo By: Jerice Boston TU Student)

The story of Amy Phillips, a Towson University sophomore, that has an extreme passion and love for the art of dance.  Amy has been dancing since she was in the fourth grade. She is co-captain of the Allure Dance Troupe, a club team at Towson. Read Amy’s Full story.

Continue reading “One in 22,000 : Something in The Way She Moves”


One Students Love for Playing Music

Brittney Everett Tiny Doc
Towson University Marching Band Trumpet Player, takes a break from rehearsing outside her apartment in West Village.                      by: Jerice Boston TU Student

Towson University Marching Band Trumpet player Brittney Everett discuses her love for playing music, and just how far she has come since picking up her first trumpet in the 4th grade.

Graduate Students Celebrate International Women’s Day

Dozens of Towson University students and faculty gathered at Freedom Square on Wednesday, in support of International Women’s Day.

Towson University Graduate Students held a rally in Freedom Square to bring awareness to the issues of woman rights and to have a conversation about some of the misogyny they feel still exist on campus.

“It is a special movement and we wanted to do something here to bring this up,” said Graziele Grilo Towson University Woman & Gender Studies Graduate student. Continue reading “Graduate Students Celebrate International Women’s Day”