Author Archives: Allison Brickell

How to be a dance major

Being a dance major at Towson University is an experience that requires balance: you need to have an acute sense of your mind-body connection, emotional expression and artistic ability. Dance Department Chair Susan Kirchner and some dance students take you … Continue reading

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Trowbridge celebrated its annual May Fayre event this weekend. The event took place in Wiltshire, England. May Fayre and Faerie Festivals are happening as the summer approaches in the states as well: Maryland had its own Faerie Festival this weekend, and Capetown South Africa … Continue reading

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Healing and inspiration.

Belly dance can mean different things for different people. For some, it’s a way of enjoying themselves. For others, it’s a form of entertainment. Some do it to forge connections with other dancers, while others do it out of a … Continue reading

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Taking yourself seriously, but not too seriously.

Chances are if you’re new to a dance form, you’re going to have moments where you feel like your body’s movements are akin to a baby giraffe trying to walk for the first time. Let’s face it: unless you’re a … Continue reading

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So you want to perform?

As a belly dance beginner, you may be unsure of how much you want to incorporate performances into your practice of belly dance. Perhaps you’re just looking solely to practice the dance on your own or within a troupe. Maybe … Continue reading

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Student Enrollment Experiences Range From Easy to Exhausting

Students have conflicting experiences when it comes to enrolling for classes at Towson University. Some find the process quick and easy while others find it drawn-out and frustrating. Listen to the story here.

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Towson alum Brian Stelter’s visit to campus brought in a number of interested students, professors and others within the mass communication department to the event spotlighting him and run by students and staff last Thursday night. An estimated 150 people … Continue reading

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