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Cydney Humphrey

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Towson Tigers vs. University of Maine


iLEAD Workshop Leadership through Partnership


Study Abroad Information Session


Family Weekend


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:

Exhibition: Chakaia Booker | Are We There Yet?


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”

Ja-Niece Best


Name: Ja-Niece Best

Year: Senior

Hometown: Prince George’s County

Major/Minor: Graphic Design.

Her Campus Towson: What exactly happened in regards to the email that you sent your professor?

Ja-Niece Best: I kept seeing people say how Beyoncé’s birthday should be a holiday, so I decided to write an email excusing myself from class because of this "holiday." After typing it, I accidentally hit send instead of saving it to my drafts.  I thought it was pretty amusing, so I decided to post it on Twitter, unaware of the attention it would get.  The next morning, I was shocked at the retweets, articles, and news stories about my email. 

HCTU: How do you feel about this sudden media attention?

JB: It's amusing but shocking at the same time. I never thought a tweet or email could get so much attention from the media. 

HCTU: We've noticed that some people have been quite harsh with their tweets. Do you feel like you are being bullied?

JB: Although there have been many negative comments, I tend to overlook the negativity and focus on the positive because in my eyes, positivity always outweighs negativity. I also use the negativity as motivation, and because of that I don't feel like I'm being bullied, even if that was the goal for some people.

Her Campus Towson Interest Meeting


Come and see what Her Campus Towson is all about at our interest meeting! Refreshments will be served.

Welcome Back Concert


Bring your friends and come hang out at this FREE concert to welcome everyone back to school! Food will be provided as well as bands and other entertainment!

Fashionista: Ran Wang


Name: Ran Wang

Major: HR

Year: Towson 2015

Favorite Place to Shop: Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus

How would you describe your style?: Classy and comfortable

Where she gets inspiration from: Magazine catalogues

Where she got it:

Jumper: Abercrombie & Fitch

Shoes: Burberry

Follow her on Instagram: w_ran




Transition to Towson


Are you feeling scared, a little lost, and a lot overwhelmed? You’re not alone. It’s no big deal to not adapt to being at college as quickly as everyone else – you’re an adult and you have the right to take this transition at your own pace.

You’re probably away from home for the first time. And if you’re anything like me, the first thing you missed was the natural comfort you felt within the walls of your own home. Most of us have never had to deal with roommates. At home, you didn’t have to worry about paying for things like food or the Internet. You didn’t have to find classrooms in large, confusing buildings, after trekking across campus from your last class with only ten minutes to get there. Some of us haven’t had to make a completely new group of friends since kindergarten. The entire first month or so of freshmen year is so stressful.

It gets better. I promise.

You will find that as you get used to being at Towson, you will embrace it. Your fears will become your favorite parts about Towson, and the things that overwhelm you will become faint memories that you won’t even think of at the end of the year. Here are five things that helped me get adjusted quickly:

1.  Get involved. The Fall Involvement Fair just passed, but you can still check out if you were unable to attend to browse around and figure out what organizations are the ones for you (Her Campus Towson is a great option to consider!)

2. Come out of your shell. I know that this is easier said then done, but speaking to random people in your classes, dorm, and anywhere on campus will help you to realize that we’re all in this together and that all of us have been where you are now if we aren’t experiencing it with you.