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Cydney Humphrey

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The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde

10/17/2014

Event Runs Oct 16 - 25. Gwendolen and Cecily are both madly in love with Earnest. Unfortunately, he doesn’t exist. “Earnest” is Jack’s fictional identity while pursuing wine and women. When Algernon also assumes this alias to escape his aunt - the imperious Lady Bracknell - the men must find a way out of their own trap. Oscar Wilde’s witty and lusty battle of the sexes is as timely as ever, proving that men, women, and love affairs have changed little in the past 100 years.

Proceeds from the October 16 performance benefit the TU Foundation.

Dates: 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2014 AT 7:30PM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2014 AT 8:00PM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 2014 AT 8:00PM SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2014 AT 2:00PM THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2014 AT 7:30PM FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2014 AT 8:00PM SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2014 AT 8:00PM Cost

Tickets: $20 regular price, $10 seniors and students

 

 

U-Theatre: Sword of Wisdom

10/17/2014

Taiwan’s acclaimed U-Theatre presents its extraordinary fusion of martial arts, drumming and dance in this mixed program of selected chapters from U-Theatre’s international touring repertory. In “Sword of Wisdom," sounds of wooden and metal percussion are added to the sound of drumming. Together with Gurdijeff Movements (the sacred dance), famous for its precision in movement, U-Theatre presents a higher level of drumming as an art.

Cost

Tickets: $40 regular price, $30 before Oct. 1; $20 AA&CC members and youth ages 12 and under; $10 TU students with ID

Back to School Survival Kit

10/9/2014

Her Campus Towson was beyond thrilled to receive our Back to School Survival Kit this week from Her Campus! Thanks to Chipotle, Luna, Affinitas, Tanda Zap, Nasty Gal, Aeropostale, European Wax Center, Clue, Garnier, Sweetgreen, and SoulCycle, we are able to reward our amazing team with tons of goodies and have enough to share with our fellow collegiates! We are so appreciative and cannot wait to get everyone hip to the brands that have been so generous to us!

Towson Ladies, stay tuned! We have some fantastic giveaways coming your way thanks to our wonderful donors!

HCXO!

Melissa Brown, VP!

10/3/2014

Melissa B, VP! 

Melissa Brown is the Vice President of Her Campus Towson. She’s a junior and a Political Science major. She joined HCTU last semester and is one of our most avid writers. “I’m honored to be the Vice President of HerCampus Towson because it’s such a great organization to be a part of and its great experience if you’re interested in writing or journalism,” she says. “I want to help get our name out there more this semester, we have big things planned.”  When she’s not writing for HC she enjoys figure skating, being on the TigerTHON committee, Netflix, drinking coffee, and being Republican. 

Drop the Mic Night

10/3/2014

Come out and enjoy a night of live entertainment and dynamic performances as poets, singers and performers from around campus and beyond share their talents at this open mic event.

Towson Tigers vs. University of Maine

9/26/2014

iLEAD Workshop Leadership through Partnership

9/25/2014

Study Abroad Information Session

9/25/2014

Family Weekend

9/19/2014

Family Weekend is the perfect oppportunity to enjoy Towson University's campus, get to know the TU community, and spend time together!

For a full schedule of events or more information, visit: www.towson.edu/familyweekend

Exhibition: Chakaia Booker | Are We There Yet?

9/19/2014

ON VIEW September 10 – October 18.

Sculptor and printmaker Chakaia Booker fuses ecological concerns with explorations of racial and economic differences, globalization and gender by recycling discarded tires into complex assemblages. Booker received the Pollock-Krasner Grant in 2002 and a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2005. She has exhibited nationally and internationally.

GALLERY HOURS: Tuesday – Saturday, 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Image: Eminent Domain, 2010, rubber tires and wood on steel frame, 55 x 76 x 24”