In their final game before the Colonial Athletic Association tournament on March 6, the Tigers were hoping to spoil the Delaware Blue Hens’ chances of having a first-round bye in the tournament, the same tournament Delaware won last year to advance to the NCAA tournament.
Towson had its first game of the season, a crosstown rivalry against UMBC, postponed twice. That meant Saturday’s game at the Monmouth Blue Hawks, who were already 3-0 on the season, was the first game for Towson in 2015.
The Tigers scored four goals, the fewest goals in a game since March 9, 2013 against Syracuse, but held on to beat the Blue Hawks, erasing a 3-1 halftime deficit to win their second straight season opener.
We’ve all wondered what would happen if we had the power to bring people back from the dead. But, what looks good on paper doesn’t always translate to the screen. That brings us to “The Lazarus Effect.”
I’ve always felt that, for dinner food, pork got the shaft. Everyone loves a good piece of bacon for breakfast (pouring one out for Ron Swanson, who is now in television heaven after this week’s season finale of “Parks and Recreation”), but it doesn’t get the attention it deserves when dinnertime rolls around.
An 18-month-old Berlin child not vaccinated against measles died of the affliction, German health officials announced Monday. Berlin, which suffered an outbreak of measles in October, has since seen 600 cases of the infection.
Vaccination is not mandated in Germany, but a spokeswoman for the German health ministry said that the institution is taking the situation “very seriously.”
The spokeswoman also said that, “If [raised vaccination rates don’t] help, then [the health ministry] will have to discuss other measures.” Since the start of 2015, the United States has seen 154 cases of the measles. In 2000, the U.S. had declared measles eliminated due to vaccination efforts.
Towson’s African Diaspora Club’s mission is to celebrate and positively showcase the diverse cultures of Africa, but they are also passionate about bringing students together on campus and showcasing the cultures they represent.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; this year’s award shows are making leaps and bounds to fight for a better tomorrow. The 87th Annual Academy Awards held Sunday, Feb. 22 was no different. From “The Imitation Game” and “The Theory of Everything” to “Still Alice” and “Selma,” this year’s nominated pictures focused on the lives of those who faced injustice and prejudice and were able to overcome the obstacles and achieve something truly amazing. Continue reading →