Spring 2020 (View the PDF)
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The story behind our cover subjects
Two Towson University volleyball players speak with us about athletes and social activism.
Why is our seemingly simple name a tongue twister to so many?
Greg Knollman learned so much from his brother Patrick.
We visited with the economics major who co-owns Vent Coffee Roasters.
We caught up with the East Baltimore native to discuss his career path and viral video
Aseloka Smith has received notice from The New York Times for her show about Black womanhood as explored through Emma Azalia Hackley’s 1916
book, also called The Colored Girl Beautiful.
We chatted with Patrick McQuown, TU’s executive director of entrepreneurship, about
his new role and starting a business, particularly during a pandemic.
Think you like football more than Darius Victor ’17?
All are welcome at the Hussman Center for Adults with Autism.
Sarah Elfreth ’10 is the youngest woman elected to the Maryland Senate.
The Cleveland Classical Guitar Society introduces public school students to music.
“. . . we all have to do what we need to do to make sure that we keep others safe.”
Bill Glauber ’79 takes us to Wisconsin's largest city.
The Washington Nationals won the World Series with timely hitting, “Baby Shark” power
and TU alums working behind the scenes.
Marcus Lee ’09 is changing his whole game.
Shereen Ahmed ’15 takes over a historic role.
Ever since his college days, it's been full speed ahead in the beer business for Dan
From the desk of Felicity Knox ’94, library associate to Special Collections and University
Accomplished fiddler Patrick McAvinue ’11 recommends some of his favorite tunes.
Matt Brooks ’15 and Glory Kim ’15 thrive on YouTube.
Brett Cook ’15 and Kelly Cook ’12 made real memories at their virtual wedding.
TU unveils a bust of Dean Julius Chapman.
Couple donates wedding gifts to the Therese Erdman Work Skills Program Fund at the
Jacqueline and Eric Gratz have made the first planned gift to the Osher Lifelong Learning
Emily Anderson ’10, ’17 isn't scared of her work environment.