The administration should be honest in its search for a home football stadium.
Recent construction around Main Campus causes wind tunnel effect.
Fran Dunphy sticks to old-fashioned recruiting techniques while the city’s premier talent continues to play elsewhere.
Off-campus block party draws hundreds of students to Park Avenue.
A collaborative rap group of students and alumni has grown in popularity.
Established trumpeter Daud El-Bakara returns to Temple to finish a degree he started 20 years ago.
Despite absence of Spring Fling, arrests and tragedy remain.
Junior Ray Smeriglio was voted last week as the next student body president.
After bureaucratic shift, the Women’s Christian Alliance is forced to restructure funding.
To replace lobbying trip, administrators ask supporters to send letters to state reps.
TSG, administrators say campus police will expand patrol zone, improve building security.
Kaniz Pramanik created a Facebook page-style blog called “Humans of Temple University.”
Dorothy Geller is a professor and folk singer who rejects pop culture.
One student created a successful networking website, “Africans Can Gossip,” which was recognized at a recent gala hosted by the Society for Emerging African Leaders.
Junior Joyce Rasing won the Straw Into Gold scholarship, which is awarded to a student with high academic achievement who has lost one or more parents.
A new course in the Tyler School of Art on infographics is open to all majors.
The men’s team will compete in Memphis, Tenn., while the women’s team will compete in Tampa, Fla.
The Owls used the long ball to take two of three from Rutgers.
Turoff said his team will still compete in the ECAC.
The Owls lead The American in errors.
Cancer survivor Lily Adkins was adopted by the team in 2010.
Listen to the staff’s favorite songs from the recent year.
Musicians have 48 hours to record a “Shaking Through” session via Weathervane Music, a nonprofit promoting independent artists.
Levee Drivers talk first album, mini-tour and bringing country to Philly.
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gretchen Lohse is currently working on her second solo album.
The Weaks retell stories of fake band names, broken jaws and missionary cops.
The National Society of Collegiate Scholars sells membership to its honor society.
After its first year, the suite-style dorm rooms in Morgan Hall are keeping kids isolated.
Cherry-On Experience Day is disrespectful to the family of Ali Fausnaught.
Students at Kutztown can carry concealed weapons. Should Temple allow the same?
How “mature” are the teens that allegedly assaulted students in March?
“Distracted walkers” have become a problem on Main Campus.