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Tatiana Hewitt

Student

Location icon United States

My name is Tatiana Hewitt and I am a senior at Towson University. I major is Mass Communications with a dual track in Journalism and Public Relations. I plan to graduate Towson University during May 2020. I also recently studied abroad in Leeds, United Kingdom during the Spring 2018 school semester. I am a true team player whether is sport or other activities. As a dedicated student I am able to maintain my grades as well as excel in other areas. Striving to be excellent in all I do, I work very hard to do well and to enjoy life.

email: [email protected]

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Former Maryland governor talks about rhetoric, politics and new book

By Tatiana Hewitt Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Former Maryland Gov. Bob Ehrlich Jr. delighted Towson University students with a visit last week that included a discussion about rhetoric and plugs for his new book that analyzes the unexpected election of Donald J. Trump as the 45th president.

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra may get needed financial help

By Tatiana Hewitt Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra faces a financial crisis that could shorten its schedule and cut salaries, but the president and CEO remains optimistic that proposed new funding will sustain "Maryland's largest arts organization."

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The right major led to an internship, scholarship and now a job

By Tatiana Hewitt Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer Saraubi Harrison graduates soon from Towson University confident that hard work, networking and perseverance paid off in the long run. Harrison, 23, a first-generation student from Washington, D.C., came to Towson's campus years ago with dreams of majoring in nursing.

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Funding for black colleges long overdue in Maryland, professors say

by Tatiana Hewitt Baltimore Watchdog Staff Writer With the fight over funding for Maryland's Historically Black Colleges and Universities due to end in two months, HBCU professors and students are touting the value and benefits of equalizing resources - students and programs as well as money.

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