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{May 10, 2011}   RA On Duty

RA Josh Silverman sits at the CC desk in Richmond Hall (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

Towson University junior Josh Silverman is no stranger to responsibility. As an RA for Richmond Hall’s third and fourth floors, he has learned to be prepared for anything. 

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Freshman Towson student Christa Morton (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

Christa Morton, a freshman at Towson University, has plenty on her to-do list. Between juggling classes and a variety of extracurriculars, Morton has quite enough to keep herself busy. But she always makes time to give back to the community, something that, to her, is of utmost importance. Listen to her story..



The Richwell Building Council calls for donations for relief in Japan (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

As students at TU raise funds for victims of the recent tsunami and earthquake in Japan, some question whether the response equals that for Haiti. Read more



{April 26, 2011}   Google Maps


Marylanders turned out in droves to raise awareness about Multiple Sclerosis during an annual Walk MS. Read more

Walk MS participants head out of Navy Marine Corps Stadium (Photo by Elaina Clarke/TU student)



{March 29, 2011}   My Photo Field Trip

 

The Towson Tiger stands in front of Stephens Hall at Towson University (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

I like this photo because it captures the uniqueness of the Tiger’s facial features.

Towson student Michael Thompkins stands at a bus stop outside Stephens Hall (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

I like this photo because it satisfies the rule of thirds.

 

Towson student Eric Stitt stands outside Stephens Hall (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

 

Construction continues outside University Union at Towson University (photo by Elaina Clarke/Towson student)

I like this photo because it captures both the construction taking place, and the importance of the building behind it.


{March 14, 2011}   Q&A with Jim Trotter

Jim Trotter (Photo courtesy of SI.com)

Jim Trotter, journalist for Sports Illustrated, talks about social media in the journalism world. Read more…



Towson University professor David Zang will deliver a speech about African-Americans in baseball history on the TU campus on Saturday. Read more…



{February 7, 2011}   Introductions

Hey all!

Welcome to my blog :). Needless to say, I’m relatively new to the blogosphere, and I’m very excited to broaden my horizons through this class (Journalism and New Media I) and blog. If there’s anything I’m passionate about, it’s writing. To that end, I’m pursuing a mass communications degree at Towson University, working towards becoming a journalist (ideally for the New York Times). I’m an avid sports fan: writing about sports is not only my passion, but my ultimate goal.

I guess it’s important to tell you a little about myself, outside of academics. I’m originally from Silver Spring, Maryland, but I grew up in Mount Airy. Seeing as both my parents are originally from New York, I visited there often when I was growing up, and I absolutely love it. The atmosphere, the people—everything about New York seemingly exemplifies the American spirit. (Can you tell where I want to live after college? ;)) Some random information about me: I have two siblings, love animals (I’m a cat person), and I’m convinced there is coffee, rather than blood, flowing through my veins.

That said, I’m very excited to write this blog and see where it goes from here! 🙂



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