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29 Sep 2011 | No Comments | By Lauren Slavin, Editor-in-Chief
Football fans born and bred in Mobtown bleed Ravens purple. Those who live further south cheer for the Redskins and boo the Philadelphia Eagles fans in green and Dallas Cowboys fans in blue and silver. Those from states without teams can still form fierce loyalties. And for the first time in what might feel like years, many Towson students feel proud to bleed black and gold. But for students who play Fantasy Football, there is no such thing as rooting for one team. “Fantasy football has completely changed the way Americans watch football,” Towson University class of 2011 alumnus Jason Forrest, who is participating in three leagues, […] Read the full story »

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Energy efficient music, food for students who volunteer
25 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Geneane Johnson

Towson's student volunteers received a final pat on the back Friday afternoon after spending the morning serving around the community.

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18 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Tyler Waldman

Imagine a beautiful, April day in downtown Baltimore. Imagine Camden Yards, ever the cathedral of baseball, and you, armed with Orioles gear and a camera. The stadium is empty. And not just because the Orioles are playing like a bunch of high schoolers (which they are '- I'll get to that). It's empty because the team has an away game.

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18 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Pete Lorenz, Andrew Constant
Should Capitals fans be worried? ‘ Andrew: I’m really conflicted in this series to be completely honest. There is no shot that I’d ever root for the Capitals, but I’d rather die than support anything that French Canadian people do, and that includes rooting for the Canadiens. So I’m not too sure if I should be paying real attention to this series or not, though there have been two great games so far. Montreal somehow managed to win game one in overtime behind Jaroslav Halak’s 45 saves and Tomas Plekanec’s game-winner. I was stunned by the result, more so because Montreal had completely shut down Alex Ovechkin […] Read the full story »

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14 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Alena Schwarz

After a disappointing weekend against George Mason, Towson came home and got a much-needed win against Maryland, 1-0.

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Scoreless tie broken in extras
11 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Alena Schwarz

After losing both games against University of Virginia on Wednesday, Towson needed to make a big rebound against George Mason this past weekend. However, the team ended up losing two of its three games 3-0 and 1-0 respectively.

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11 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Alex Glaze

Shannel Shivers and Shianna Smith stole the show at the Delaware Open this past Saturday by finishing first and second in both the shot put and the discuss. After the past two meets, in which Shivers and Smith have came out with sub-par performances, head coach Roger Erricker said that he was very pleased with their performances and that they have clearly bounced back

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11 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By Lauren Slavin, Arts Editor

' ' Registration for Fall classes has begun, and students may be starting to plan their schedules for next semester. If the provost's recommendations go though, students may be able to fill out course evaluations online by the time those courses end.

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11 Apr 2010 | No Comments | By
Vote for a full ticket in SGA elections It’s Student Government Association election time, which means that in the game of politics, everyone agrees to disagree. However, there are two things that both United Stripes and T-Unity would agree on: 1. Each individual is running because he or she thinks that he or she can effectively advocate and represent the student body as a member of the SGA. 2. Each ticket would like to see the people with whom they are running with get elected into office together as one unit. As a former SGA senator, I have worked with two different administrations and saw how split […] Read the full story »

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Pete Lorenz vs. Colin Stevens
11 Apr 2010 | One Comment | By Pete Lorenz, Colin Stevens

Bigger story at the Masters: Phil or Tiger?

Colin: Phil Mickelson winning his fourth Major was definitely the biggest story of the weekend. I mean, who really saw that coming?

As nice as it would have been for Phil Mickelson to have earned the full attention of the media, Tiger Woods unfortunately stole enough headlines to make his return the most memorable part of the masters '- even if the memories were forced upon us.

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