Krystal Mitchell

Treasure in a Thrift Store

In Uncategorized on May 9, 2011 at 7:39 am

Monica Sandars, 54, shops at Village Thrift Store in Landover, Md. Shoppers search for "one of a kind" and inexpensive merchandise.

By Krystal Mitchell

It’s no surprise that a store that uses one man’s trash for another man’s treasure is constantly booming with business! Village Thrift Store in Landover, Md. continues to bring in thousands of used items daily and sells them for great prices. Customers such as Monica Sandars, 54, are excited with each hunt they go on for unique and one of a kind items in this thrifty store. Take a look inside!


Balancing Her Opposites

In Uncategorized on May 5, 2011 at 11:01 pm

Karen Dubs teaches the tree pose to students. As a yoga instructor she teaches to use balance on and off the mat.

By Krystal Mitchell

Karen Dubs is an athletic yoga director known for her flexibility on and off the mat. Her theory of the “Balance of Opposites” she teaches as the purpose of yoga, has helped her through her life obstacles such as fighting Lymes Diseaese in 2000. While she didnt expect to become a Yoga Instructor, she is happy with where she is in life, and continues to teach to her many clients around the nation.

Aiming For a Civil Campus

In Uncategorized on April 25, 2011 at 1:49 am
Students sit at Freedoms Square on Towson’s campus. A popular spot where civic engagement is promoted.

By Krystal Mitchell

Civic Engagement is present at Towson’s campus this spring semester with student government elections right around the corner. Student candidates and SGA officials are taking advantage of their roles to help the Department of Student Affairs promote civic engagement for elections and other aspects of the Towson community. Read more to see how the Department of Student Affairs efforts push for civic engagement year round instead of only during election time.