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Towson

(tou`sən), uninc. city (1990 pop. 49,445), seat of Baltimore co., N Md., a residential and industrial suburb of Baltimore; settled c.1750. An important suburban business and government center, the city has varied manufactures. It is the seat of Goucher College and Towson Univ. Nearby Hampton National Historic Site is a Georgian mansion (c.1790) with formal gardens.
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Each year, of all the community college transfers, CCBC continues to admit the most students to four-year institutions like Towson University.
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Towson gives the city's police department grant funds to increase patrols in neighboring areas on weekend nights.
The Grand Hall of the Towson American Legion is located at 125 York Road in Towson, MD.
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"We are happy that we have secured a commitment from such a talented young quarterback," Towson coach Rob Ambrose said in a release.
As we talked about her ceramics exhibition in Towson, we walked through her rambling quarters where studio spaces merged with living rooms.
Confirming the punishment, Towson's vice-president of student affairs Jana Varwig said that it is important for students to understand that hazing is not tolerated on the campus, with officials adding that Towson has a zero-tolerance policy toward any kind of hazing.
From 2003 to 2011, he was dean of the College of Fine Arts & Communications at Towson University, in Towson, Md., a college with 3,300 undergraduate and graduate students in six departments.
Towson University, Baltimore, has opened its doors to more than 700,000 sq ft of student housing, dining, gathering space and parking in the West Village Precinct.