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Top Five Ways to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions on Track at TU

  • If your resolution is to be an active participant in TU’s latest chapter under the leadership of our new president, Dr. Maravene S. Loeschke, then don’t miss her first address to the campus community on February 9 at 4 p.m. in Stephens Hall. Also, consider attending one of three upcoming dates at which A&F staff will have an exclusive opportunity to interface with Dr. Loeschke. Check your email for details.
  • If you pledged to do your part to “Restore the Roar,” then support our winter athletes! With basketball, gymnastics and men’s swimming and diving all in season it couldn’t be a better time to catch a home game and cheer on the Tigers!  Why not start with the gymnastic team’s home opener this weekend in the Towson Center?
  • If your goal is to stay fit, take advantage of the not one, but two gyms that are at your disposal on campus:  the TU Wellness Center in the Administration Building and the Fitness Center in Burdick.  
  • If you’re hoping to improve your workplace skills in 2012, sign up to take a workshop with the Office of Human Resources or the Office of Technology Services!  It’s now even easier to access their schedules on the Towson Events Calendar.
  • If your resolution was to try your hand at a new hobby, TU has several unique opportunities starting this weekend or in early February: Enroll in Art Studio or Pottery classes at the Community Art Center; take Ballroom Dancing through the Kinesiology Department; or join TU’s very own Thursday night bowling league (it started last week, but Randy Peaker tells us there’s still time to get in on the fun!).
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