The Board’s reinstatement of the crew and rowing teams righted an injustice from the sports cuts.
While “relieved” and “ecstatic,” coaches feel for other cut programs.
Vice, a new coffee shop and tattoo parlor, opened on Feb. 2.
Some classes now require students to use social media accounts as part of class participation.
Students, witnesses describe scene where police found 29 shell casings.
In an increasingly digital world, many music collectors are trending toward cassettes as a renewed medium.
George Moore worked at the university for 25 years, including stints with the Board of Trustees and law school.
Recommended room rates vary between residence halls.
The Board of Trustees reversed a decision Monday to eliminate crew and rowing. Other sports are still slated to be cut.
Staff members say a man hit them after being confronted for watching obscene material.
Broomall, Pa., native was missing for 11 days before being discovered in illegally parked car.
The Institute on Disabilities offers several programs to assist the community.
Greek members strive to remember their heritage this month.
A law student founded Global Sporting Integration.
Campus security provides adequate safety measures.
The Tyler School of Art student aspires to illustrate children’s books.
No. 3 South Florida defeated No. 6 Temple 72–44
Temple’s offense explodes in second game.
Seven-run seventh inning propels Owls in 10–4 win.
The women’s tennis team competed without two starters.
The men’s team continued its strong play with a win against Philadelphia University, while the women’s team lost to Houston.
New fashion technology startup CoLabination is bringing its ideas to up-and-coming designers.
Despite punk beginnings, Diarrhea Planet’s Jordan Smith is hankering for as much success as possible.
A nonprofit that aims to help “at risk” Philly youth prepares for a benefit concert at First Unitarian Church this Friday.
Students help the Fresh Cut Trio play at the Painted Bride.
Stevie Richards returns for local Extreme Rising on March 1.
A third 7-Eleven is being consructed near campus, but who will use it?
Turning Templetown into a “destination spot” will come with a host of problems.
The administration brought a federal Title IX investigation unto itself.
The “Fly in 4” initiative upholds the Conwell legacy by helping students spend less.
Though a positive step, ‘Fly in 4’ doesn’t do enough to help students financially.
The passing of the U.S. Farm Bill will especially affect local residents.