Category Archives: Arts & Life

Bookmarks: Flexible non-fiction

By: Laura Antonucci, Columnist

“Limber” is a collection of essays in the creative non-fiction style. Creative non-fiction is a difficult genre and the difficulty lies in the presentation of the material. However, author Angela Pelster avoids this problem in “Limber” as she weaves together stories of people, places and personal experience while contemplating the lives of trees. Continue reading


Nick’s 2015 Oscar Predictions: Award ready supporting actors

By: Nick Salacki, Contributing Writer

As we are well into the 2014-15-award season, and as the spring semester has commenced, it is now that time to begin our countdown to the fateful night, Oscar night, Feb. 22. This column will consist of my consensus of both the supporting actors and actresses nominated for an Academy Award this year.  Continue reading


2015 Towson’s Best

By: Towerlight Staff

The start of a new school year always marks the start of awards season. The Screen Actor’s Guild Awards were just held Sunday, and the Oscar’s will be held on Feb. 22. This is also the time that we announce the winners of the annual Towson’s Best contest, voted on your, The Towerlight readers. This year, we broke the voting down into three categories: Campus, Dining and Nightlife and Sports. All of the results come from tallying the final votes of the readers after having the polls open for over a month.

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GoodEats: ‘Parts’ sliced, diced and cooked over the open flame

By: Taylor Seidel, Columnist

Woodberry Kitchen’s Spike and Amy Gjerde have struck gold again with their whole animal butchery shop Parts & Labor. Keeping with their locally sustained philosophy, Parts & Labor sources whole animals to break down in their in-house butchery. The restaurant’s menu changes daily depending on what meats are available.  Continue reading

Currently Caitlin: Caitlin calls for #YearofKanye

By: Caitlin Moynihan, Columnist

Welcome back, Tigers, and happy 2015! My name is Caitlin and I will be giving you the scoop on the biggest news to hit pop culture. I am a sophomore mass communication major and if I’m not flipping through my favorite magazines, I’m most likely watching Netflix while eating peanut butter out of the jar. Continue reading