All About That Bass: The Voice of Sam Stubing

Sam Stubing is a 20-year-old college sophomore with dreams of becoming famous off of his voice, its depth surprising most people he encounters. As his best friend, I've gotten the priviledge of hearing this voice regularly, although for most others, the deep bass of a young soul is something new and exciting. I met up … Continue reading All About That Bass: The Voice of Sam Stubing

Broom’s Bloom Dairy: Delicious Ice Cream, Minus the Cross Contamination

For those of you who don’t know what it’s like to live with a food allergy, you sure are lucky. My friends always want to meet up with me for lunch, but finding ways for me to safely eat out despite having allergies can sometimes be quite a hassle. Luckily for me, spending an afternoon … Continue reading Broom’s Bloom Dairy: Delicious Ice Cream, Minus the Cross Contamination

Allergen Labels May Not Be Enough

There has recently been an uproar about how food companies are allowing processed foods that may be contaminated with allergens to go unlabeled. The situation was brought to light in Australia, however concerns for the issue have risen within this country as well. Many unlabeled foods go without warning due to their lack of assessment; … Continue reading Allergen Labels May Not Be Enough

Red Robin: The Food Chain That Wants Its Customers to Live

A bill was just recently passed to require restaurants to train their employees for handling allergies in Montgomery County, Maryland, and the state’s Department of Health and Human Services is in huge support of the idea. The department has been acting as a resource to provide restaurants with allergy training courses for an easy transition … Continue reading Red Robin: The Food Chain That Wants Its Customers to Live

Nut-Free “Reese’s” Eggs for Easter

Happy Easter! Most people look forward to Easter for time with family and friends, and of course: lots of candy. However, if you have food allergies, those exact reasons for loving Easter can easily become your worst nightmare. This year, let’s try not to kill anyone with food allergies. Chocolate-covered peanut butter eggs are an … Continue reading Nut-Free “Reese’s” Eggs for Easter

Towson University A Capella Group Headed to 2017 ICCA Finals

The Towson Trills enjoying some camera-time in the city.  The Towson Trills, Towson University's newest student-run a cappella group, is headed to broadway this month to compete as finalists in the 2017 International Championship of Collegiate A Capella. As Towson's first group to ever make it this far in the competition, as well as the … Continue reading Towson University A Capella Group Headed to 2017 ICCA Finals

FOODIE COUNSELING: Dr. Anthony Nguyen Helps Mend Nutty Relationships Between Food & Allergies

  In complicated relationships, sometimes the best choice is to get an outside mediator to help resolve any issues. For me, that was my only choice. I am in love with the one thing that holds the strongest potential to kill me: food. Having food allergies is no joke, but after speaking to Dr. Anthony … Continue reading FOODIE COUNSELING: Dr. Anthony Nguyen Helps Mend Nutty Relationships Between Food & Allergies

How Black-Owned Businesses Can Lead to Flavorful Lives

(Photo by: Kerry Ingram/TU Student) If you could eat only one type of food for the rest of your life, what would it be? For Bashyra Green, 8, the choice was an easy one to make. “I really like tacos,” Green said, smiling widely. “You can make tacos out of everything!” Green is an African … Continue reading How Black-Owned Businesses Can Lead to Flavorful Lives

Towson University Grants Itself “Sanctuary” Title as It Takes Accepting Stance

Flags on Towson University’s International Walkway wave freely in the wind to welcome people from other nations as students head to class. (Photo by: Kerry Ingram/TU Student)      In a mass email sent out to the Towson University community, President Kim Schatzel gave the university the label of “sanctuary campus” at the start of … Continue reading Towson University Grants Itself “Sanctuary” Title as It Takes Accepting Stance

Towson Student Becomes Published Author

(Photo of book cover provided by: Meryl Thomas/TU Student)   A second-year Towson University student published an original novel last month, becoming an official author and affiliate with the company Amazon. Meryl Thomas, an undergraduate student at Towson University and newfound author of the book The Ringmaster’s Society: Enter the Ring, decided to publish her book … Continue reading Towson Student Becomes Published Author