By: Matt McDonald, Contributing Writer
It has practically become a tradition for every person in the theater to wait excitedly until the end of the credits during a Marvel movie, simply to see a minute-long preview for the next one. However, none of these sequels have been more anticipated than “Captain America: Civil War.” Continue reading
By: Sarah Van Wie, Staff Writer
Towson secured the second seed in the Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championships and earned its second straight series win by sweeping CAA rival UNC Wilmington in a doubleheader Saturday at the TU Softball Complex.
By: Desmond Boyle, Staff Writer
Growing up as a Penn State football fan, I was mortified in 2011 when former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was arrested on charges of child molestation. I remember going to my journalism class the next day, where my teacher, and fellow Penn State fan, told me, “This is going to get much worse, very soon.”
This week, court documents from a case between Penn State and an insurance company have once again highlighted just how harmful the power structure around the school’s football team was.
By: Chris Wells, Staff Writer
Towson lost 9-1 in the final game of a three-game series against Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) rival William & Mary Sunday at Plumeri Park in Williamsburg, Virginia.
The Tigers (18-30, 8-10 CAA) allowed eight runs in the seventh and eighth innings. The Tribe (24-23, 13-7 CAA) got on the scoreboard and didn’t look back.
By: Kristin Helf, Staff Writer
The school year is finally almost over, which means it is time to reflect (instead of studying for finals). 2016 has so far proved to be an interesting year—not completely dismal, but we’ve certainly lost our share of musical icons in the last few months. Continue reading
By: Jordan Cope, Sports Editor
Towson earned its seventh Colonial Athletic Association (CAA) Championship and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament by defeating rival James Madison 14-6 at Vidas Field in Philadelphia.
The following is a question and answer session with next year’s University Residence Government president, Jeremy Levine. Levine is currently a junior studying business administration. Next year, he’ll be among the first students that get to live in the newly-constructed Marshall Hall. The interview has been edited for clarity and brevity.
The Towerlight has a tradition of, each semester, allowing the graduating seniors to write an editorial, reflecting on their time in our newsroom. Below are this semester’s seniors (in alphabetical order).
By: Cody Boteler, Editor-in-Chief
Members of the 96th Student Government Association administration were inaugurated Friday in SECU Arena. The new administration officially “begins” Monday at 1 p.m.
By: Sam Shelton, Senior Editor
Towson University police have obtained a warrant to arrest 24-year-old non-affiliate Zachary Campbell in connection with the Peeping Tom incident that occurred in the College of Liberal Arts building May 2.
“We are grateful that the Towson University Police Department quickly identified the suspect in the recent peeping tom incident in the College of Liberal Arts building,” TU Director of Communications and Media Relations Ray Feldmann said. “This is another example of the excellent work TUPD does in keeping our campus community informed and safe.”