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After 26 years, Temple graduate and Miss Pennsylvania winner Khari Siegfried reconnected with birth family.
The senior pitcher was selected 262nd overall in the Major League Draft.
With the university’s elimination of five athletic programs nearing, questions remain about what the future holds for non-revenue sports nationwide.
Linda and Aissia Richardson seek to revitalize the Uptown Theater.
For the mentally ill, services on Main Campus vary in helpfulness.
The university’s plans to build fields and a trade school on the property were delayed with an injunction filed by a coalition of community members.
After nearly two years of research, a molecular combination found to cure cells of HIV was published by the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The method is still a long way from widespread public use, however.
The cause of the fire, which took 45 minutes to put out, remains unknown by officials.
The University said the money set aside for financial aid will increase by close to $10 million.
Complaints of biased funding focus on two economics professors’ 2013 private-prison study.
A new bar located on the 1500 block of Carlisle St. aims to bring a center city feel to campus.
Tyler mentorship program paired distinguished artist Polly Apfelbaum with recent graduate Dan Cole. Their installation “For the Love of Gene Davis” is running through July 11.
Brittany Redfern will graduate this May with the sociology degree that she pursued while raising her son.
A fraternity from Fox participated in Philly I-Day by shaving their heads.
A new class available this summer will take students throughout Philadelphia to write.
The former Owl will achieve her dream of playing professional basketball in Finland.
The golf team is looking to rebound after a disappointing 2013 season.
The Owls are aiming for their first spot in the ACHA Regional Tournament since 2011.
Current players have trained on the national level this offseason, while one recruit has enjoyed a head start.
With six returning starters from 2013, the Owls will look to their trenches as a strength this upcoming season.
Grammy nominated guitarist Ben O’Neill sat in at the Kimmel Center for a free monthly show featuring various artists.
Started in 2010, Philly film festival The Awesome Fest, is bringing music to films all over the city with this year’s theme, “The Soundtrack of Awesome.”
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society added a Pop Up Garden to 1438 South Street, as part of their fourth consecutive summer using these gardens to transform urban spaces with greenery.
Recent Tyler graduate and printmaker Alexis Kurtzman was featured as an Emerging Artist at the 25th annual Manayunk Arts Festival.
The Food Trust, a Philly organization dedicated to ensuring everyone access to nutritious food and information to make healthy choices, will bring back its Night Market on June 26.
Earlier this month, Neoclassical Revival mansion Lynnewood Hall was put on the market.
The topic that Simon Hakim and Erwin Blackstone studied is just as unethical as the funding they accepted.
In his send-off column, our editor-in-chief reflects on the stories that mattered.
A look at unionization in college athletics.
TSG candidates should do more to promote themselves.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars sells membership to its honor society.