tune with TU
to honor faculty member for 40 years of service
Pianist Reynaldo Reyes
says he once taught in "the dungeon," the name he and
his Department of Music colleagues bestowed on their dank, subterranean
studio in Van Bokkelen Hall. [more]
So they said ...
"The capacity to
combine commitment with skepticism is essential to democracy."
Mary Catherine Bateson,
Women need more money (they live longer)
to offer money management, financial skills
Money Conference for Women, a collaborative effort by TU, the
Baltimore County Commission for Women, and Friends of the Baltimore
County Commission for Women, Inc.
Saturday, May 14, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m (lunch is
Dee Lee, certified finanical planner, author and national columnist,
will deliver the keynote address and share her "six steps to
achieving financial security."
Admission is free and open to the public; women of all ages are
To register, or for more information, call 410-887-3448.
Here's your ticket
to 'Dance Week'
Carolyn Keleman advised
readers to "expect a diverse collection of dance styles"
at the TU Dance Company's 33rd anniversary concerts, including the
ballet masterpiece, Valse Fantasie, first choreographed
by George Balanchine and restaged for TU by visiting artist Elyse
Borne. Also on the program is Paul Taylor's Airs, a work
which visiting Taylor dancer Ruth Andrian set on students. Performances
are April 29, 30 and May 1 in Stephens Hall Theatre.
slugger having more fun with Tigers
Nelson Coffin wrote that
left-handed slugger Jason Maxey, who left College Park for TU after
"not having much fun with the Terps," now leads the Tiger
basball team in RBIs (35), slugging percentage (.745) and "being
unimpressed with himself." Coffin added of the Howard County
native, "To say his presence made Towson's lineup more potent
is an understatement."
'You're fired': Words they
The Sun, April
Bill Atkinson reported
on the final "episode" of The Associate, TU's
adaptation of The Apprentice, in which First Mariner
Bank CEO Ed Hale awarded jobs to both finalists. The ending surprised
Amanda Knott and Reanna Tarleton, the senior business majors who
remained after the grueling competition. Atkinson wrote, "The
room erupted in applause and cheers. Knott wiped tears from her
eyes, and Tarleton smilled, shocked by the decision."