Summer 2019 (View the PDF)
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Why we redesigned TU Magazine.
The quilt in Alex Storrs’ office is out of this world.
Professor Jack Fruchtman explains how the Supreme Court has dealt with faith.
Clark Rachfal ’09 works for the American Council of the Blind — and is a para-cycler.
First Thursdays have become a rite of summer in Baltimore.
We sat down with TU’s new provost about a month after she started the job.
Women’s basketball qualified for its first NCAA Tournament.
The craft beer revolution has matured in Maryland.
Marisa Harris ’17 lived each of her far too few days to the fullest.
Ron Snyder ’00 examines a topic we’ve all experienced: losing.
The weapon Mark Hendricks ’10 relies on in the wild is a camera.
Joanna Katz ’06 reveals her favorite Big Apple hot spots.
Robin Garvick ’96 produces films with actor Adrian Grenier.
Stephanie Chall ’05 is director of O.J. and Chandra Brigance’s foundation.
Harrison Van Waes ’14 is curator of Baltimore’s B&O Railroad Museum.
Jermon Bushrod ’07 has persevered through adversity.
From the desk of Felicity Knox ’94, library associate to Special Collections and University Archives.
Filmmaker Mike Flanagan’s career has been on a scary tear.
Robert Padgett impressed his future wife Kimberly, a dancer, with some moves of his
Chad Gobel ’93 honors the late Marion Hoffman.
Honoring Julius Chapman, the university’s first dean of minority affairs.
Barbara Hill and Ancelmo Lopes didn’t go to TU, but they decided it was the best place
to create a community for women interested in STEM.
Meet the Maryland Zoo’s education manager, Sharon Bower ’04.