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Volleyball: On fire in the final stretch

By: Jordan Cope, Assistant Sports Editor 

Towson was crowned the Co-Champions of the Colonial Athletic Association and earned victories over Delaware State Sunday and James Madison Friday.

“We accomplished a lot,” Head Coach Don Metil said. “We proved that we are one of the best teams in the CAA, but we still have a little bit of work to do.” 

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Music debuts

By: Caitlin Moynihan, Columnist 

Recently, we were massively #blessed with new music. Both Justin Bieber and One Direction released their anticipated albums “Purpose” and “Made in the A.M.” respectively.

Now, before you shake your head and let out a sneer as you flip the page, please hear me out. Bieber and the guys of One Direction obviously put a lot of time, effort and dare I say it, soul, into their work. So much so that I even got my 28-year-old brother to agree that their new music was something that he wouldn’t hate listening to.

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Partying and living like I just turned 21

By: Carley Milligan, Editor-in-Chief

For the past two weeks I’ve been partying like I just turned 21. Although, that’s probably because I just did.

It’s amazing to me how much of a big deal turning the legal drinking age has become in the United States. Most of our parents were probably allowed to drink beer and wine by age 18, since between the years of 1974-1984, Maryland state law allowed for this.

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Band takes chances

By: Kristin Helf, Columnist 

The Baltimore pop/rock ensemble, The Chance, comprised entirely of Towson University students, just released their debut album on Oct. 30 — a pretty spooky release date for an album that might as well be Goth rock’s antidote.

The album, “Anything but Ordinary,” is sanguine and pleasantly pop. Upbeat numbers like “Knock Me Down” and “West Coast Ghost” are perfect to blast out of your earbuds while you’re running at the gym or while primping for a party later in the night.

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SGA votes to form Freshman Council

By: Sarah Rowan, Assistant News Editor

The Student Government Association voted Nov. 3 to create a Freshman Council whose 20 members will shadow students leaders around campus, starting on a trial basis next semester.

The resolution, proposed by SGA Vice President Taylor James and authored by President Pro Tempore of the Senate Omnia Shedid, proposed that the Freshman Council would break into groups of five to observe SGA peer advisors in areas like academic involvement, civic engagement, diversity and athletics.

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