Arts & Entertainment

Community threads

Thread Society, a Northeast Philly-based clothing line, features several programs to give back. to the community with conventional clothing.


The Essayist

Traveling to find home

A student studying abroad finds a little slice of home—2,000 miles from where she was raised.

Unwrapping a memory

An old favorite flavor of bubble gum allows a student to recall a cherished childhood memory.

A history lesson

One professor’s story helped decide a course of study for a student.


Recovering on campus

Recovering on campus

Jillian Bauer, an adjunct instructor, talks about her past addictions and her path to recovery.
A stage to call home

A stage to call home

More students have begun to use their houses as live music venues in the DIY scene.



Philadelphia Tattoo Convention

The annual Villain Arts sponsored Philadelphia Tattoo Convention came to the city's Convention Center over Valentine's Day weekend. From the thirteenth to the fifteenth, tattoo artists and lovers from around the country converged at this ink expo where those in attendance enjoyed stage acts and seminars.

Live in Philly

On Jan. 17, Young Rapids, Cyberbully Mom Club, Randle Patrick McNuthin, Tim Allen Everson and Andrew Meoray played a show at Broad Street and Jefferson Mansion.
(From left) Rowers Layla Moran, Rachael Braccia and Kelly Hill react in excitement to the news that the men’s crew and women’s rowing teams will be reinstated. The programs were slated to be eliminated this summer before the Board of Trustees reversed its decision. | ABI REIMOLD TTN

2014 In Review

A look at some of the most noteworthy photos of the year.
Senior guard Jesse Morgan holds the ball on offense in Temple's 75-59 triumph against Cincinnati Tuesday. Morgan had 12 points in the win. | Jenny Kerrigan TTN

Temple vs. Towson

The men's basketball team defeated Towson 76-64 at the Liacouras Center on Dec. 10.

Temple vs. Penn

Temple defeated Penn 76-67 at the Liacouras Center on Tuesday, Nov. 15. A career-high 24 points from Mark Williams helped the Owls improve to 3-2 on the season.