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A colorful partnership

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.

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Crossfit 215

Crossfit 215, a gym in northwest Philadelphia, is a place for gym-lovers who are bored with their normal routines.

Looking back

Evan Eigner, Temple gymnast, took the Temple News back to December 6th last year when the athletic cuts were first announced at the Student Pavilion.

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Lewis Katz Memorial

A memorial for Lewis Katz was held at the Temple Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, June 4, 2014.

Bethel Burial Ground

Underneath the Weccacoe Playground, located on the 400 block of Queen St in South Philadelphia, remains an African-American burial ground formerly known as the Bethel Burial Ground. Thousands of bodies were buried at this location in the late 1800’s, many of them including children. Today, it serves as a neighborhood playground. Historian Terry Buckalew advocates to remove the building on the property in order to pay respect to those who had died.

Temple Baseball at UConn

Temple defeated the UConn Huskies Friday afternoon, 7-4 in 14 innings at JO Christian Field in Storrs, Connecticut.

Mac Demarco

Mac Demarco played at The Underground Arts on Friday night with opening bands Laser Background and Juan Wauters.

Mo Lowda & The Humble

Temple-based band Mo Lowda & The Humble played for a packed house at Milkboy in Center City on Friday March 28.

Tuesday’s Bomb Scare

Around 2 p.m. on March 25, Paley Library and Tuttleman Hall were evacuated because of a bomb threat. A robot from the Philadelphia police force was sent in to evaluate the situation. The suspicious item ended up being a student's electronic's project.