Search committee hosts Monday town hall to gather community input.
Towson University officials will meet with community members on Monday to gauge their opinions on what qualities they want to see in the new president of Maryland's second-largest university.
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I found this to be a good piece of journalism. I liked that it included quotes from both the community, students, and staff of Towson. One concern I had was that it didn't go into greater depth about the previous disputes between the school and the community. As someone who is is fairly new to Towson it would have been helpful and provided a bigger picture. I also would have appreciated where the journalist found the information for the salary of President Caret and the information on new housing projects. In that regard, it was not well-sourced.
This story particularly interests me because of the fact that I am a student at Towson University and the decisions of a new president could ultimately affect me. However, I do feel that this article is well written and definitely enterprising. There are a variety of sources and explanation of the search for TU's next president. This story also did a decent job at getting the community and other committee members opinion. For the most part, this article is well written; however, to me there is some organizational issues throughout.