The university was allocated $150 million in Pennsylvania’s 2017-18 state budget.
TSG is responsible for managing the $140,000 for all student organizations and its own funds.
Several students were appointed to one of Parliament's six committees.
The week began with a visit from Pa. Lt. Gov. Michael Stack.
Molly Scullion’s play, “I’m OK, Are You OK?” explores emotional trauma through comedy.
Freshmen political science majors Daisy Confoy and Jakob Morris were elected to Temple Student Government's legislative branch last weekend.
The street commemorates Chief Justice Roger Taney who authored the Dred Scott decision.
The representative body’s leaders are making changes to its internal operations.
More than 70 students have applied to be mentors for students who struggle adjusting to college.
Novelist Liz Moore will work with graduate students this semester.