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Class registration introduces Banner system

Self-Service Banner was launched on March 18, replacing the outdated OWLnet system. After four years of development and testing, Computer Services launched Self-Service Banner March 18, replacing the OWLnet system. Now, with course registration for Summer 2011 and Fall 2011 underway, students are getting a chance to test the new system.…

Hart makes case for education

On March 16 and March 28, President Ann Weaver Hart addressed legislatures. On March 28, President Ann Weaver Hart appeared before the State Senate Appropriations Committee in Harrisburg, Pa., as well as members of the Senate Education Committee, to appeal on behalf of the university concerning the proposed budget cuts to the four state-related universities.…

Efficiency improves as VITA enters second year

The IRS VITA tax program offers free consultations for low-income famlies. With tax season underway, the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program is serving low-income city residents. The program offers free tax preparation to families earning less than $49,000 annually and individuals earning less than $20,000.…

Mock trial team to compete in championship

The mock trial team will participate in the American Mock Trial Association’s preliminary championship. This year’s Temple mock trial team is headed for the American Mock Trial Association’s Opening Round Championships in Washington, D.C., the preliminary competition to the national championship.…

Fox department receives No. 1 ranking

The MIS department publication ranks No. 1 in the world. LEE MILLER TTN Students study inside Alter Hall, which is home to the Fox School of Business. Fox’s Management Information Systems department was recently recognized for its research publication.…

Former chair of the School of Medicine indicted for fraud

Dr. Joseph Kubacki was indicted with 72 accounts of health-care fraud. A former chairperson for the opthalmology department at the School of Medicine was indicted on Jan. 25 for 72 accounts of health care fraud and 72 accounts of false statements in health matters, according to the Department of Justice.…

TUCC receives noncredit class grant

TUCC recently received funding for programs for people ages 50 and older. ABI REIMOLD TTN The Bernard Osher Foundation recently awarded TUCC $1 million to go toward operating programs geared for people older than 50 years old.…