The rabbi sentenced to more than six years in prison for videotaping dozens of women as they prepared for a ritual bath returned to court.
Inching closer to a return. After suffering heatstroke and spending weeks in the hospital, one Towson football player hopes to beat the odds and take the field again this season—but the university doesn’t feel it’s safe.
A judge has ruled that a Towson University football player who suffered a near fatal heatstroke two years ago cannot be prevented from rejoining his team on the field.
Towson University announced one of their largest building expansions on campus. The school will be increasing space for their recreation programs.
A tragedy strikes during the special Olympics held in Baltimore County.
Coffee With Paul Shaffer; Manic Monday with Towson University.
The rabbi who previously pleaded guilty to secretly videotaping hundreds of women undressing in a changing room at a Jewish ritual bath was sentenced on Friday to 78 months behind bars.
Campus-wide college cleanup. Thousands of Towson University students participated in their school’s largest community service project this weekend.
The educational priorities of a large university are supported by a variety of administrative and public relations professionals who maintain vital services.
Baltimore City students get up close with marine life in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor
To address the shortage of nurses and the educators qualified to prepare them for their field, Towson University and CCBC collaborate on an accelerated program for those who have a bachelors degree in another discipline and want to fast track into a nurse educator role.
Organizers of this year’s TigerTHON are hoping to raise $200,000 dollars for the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.