By: Tyler Young, Staff Writer
The Tigers (2-18, 0-3 Colonial Athletic Association) dropped both games of a doubleheader against conference rival Charleston (14-6, 3-0 CAA) on Saturday to finalize a three-game sweep in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina.
“We had 14 hits one day and 15 hits another day,” Head Coach Mike Gottlieb said. “I like what we did this weekend from an offensive standpoint.” Continue reading
By: Kaitlyn McKay, Columnist
Whether or not you will like the film “Whiplash” depends almost solely on if you find an instructor cruelly berating a student entertaining. This is the first, and most important thing to know about “Whiplash,” the entire film shows a teacher treating his student in a way that most people would consider unacceptable, but to others, is viewed as necessary to unleash the ultimate potential in a talented individual.
By: Tyler Beard, Staff Writer
Redshirt senior attacker Max Siskind’s four goals led the No. 18 Towson Tigers to a 9-8 win over the Binghamton Bearcats on Saturday in Binghamton, New York.
It was Siskind’s first start of the season. Head Coach Shawn Nadelen’s offense had been changed up due to redshirt senior midfielder Andrew Hodgson’s foot injury.
By: Kati Day, Staff Writer
Towson hosted a field of six teams for the annual East Atlantic Gymnastics League meet on Sunday. George Washington placed first with a total score of 195.850 followed by New Hampshire in second with 195.700. The Tigers tied with NC State for third with 195.225. UNC finished fourth with 194.825 and Pittsburgh trailed with 193.475 for sixth. Continue reading
By: Nilo Exar, Staff Writer
Towson University Police Department is teaming up with the Baltimore County Police and Maryland Highway Safety Office to present the Walk Safe initiative, which the TUPD hopes will cut down on the amount of pedestrian-involved accidents on Towson University’s campus and the surrounding area.
By: Tyler Young, Staff Writer
Sophomore Macey Arnold and junior Jenna Van Camp represented Towson at the NCAA Division I Championship meet in Greensboro, North Carolina this weekend. Continue reading
By: Annie Sragner, Assistant Arts and Life Editor
The mind is able to conquer and solve most challenges that it is faced with. In most practical circumstances, one can take a terrible situation and make it better, if he or she believes that they can. This mental exercise is known as manifestation. The phenomenon of manifestation is almost like a super power that we often forget about or take for granted. When exposed to overwhelming stimuli, the body immediately goes into fight or flight mode, as directed by the decision-making function of the brain. When the fate of the bodily experience is at the mercy of the mind, it is important to have a good grasp of it.
By: Jonathan Munshaw, Editor-in-Chief
F*** cancer. I try to avoid using profanity in my writing, but f*** cancer.
At this point in our lives, we all know someone who has been touched by cancer in some form or another.
By: Laura Antonucci, Columnist
“Inherent Vice” by Thomas Pynchon was a book I had been glancing at every time I had gone into a bookstore. It had a neon title and a synopsis on the back cover that made it sound like when I put the book down, I was missing out on a literary adventure of epic proportions.
By: Nick Salacki, Columnist
Mainstream Hollywood truly knows how to overuse the intense image of Liam Neeson and his raspy dark-toned voice. It’s quite embarrassing the way Neeson has been typecasted ever since the success of the “Taken” franchise, and now movies like “Run All Night” are repeatedly being mass produced.