Junior therapeutic recreation major Kacee Hwang volunteers by dancing with high school students in wheelchairs, proving anyone can dance.
Jaime Bouldin is president of Collegiate Child Sponsorship, which pools money to sponsor children around the world.
Joey Teseroni, a 2009 Temple alumnus, is working as an unpaid administrator at Pedal Co-Op, a recycling compost service run by bicycles.
Danielle Mancinelli has become a star volunteer at Tree House Books.
In the debut of Carlene Majorino’s community service column, she visits the Norris Square Neighborhood Project.
With free HIV testing now available, not getting tested should not be an option.
In response to the recent break-in of Temple Student Government members’ apartments, columnist Carlene Majorino offers tips for protection.
Since a few Temple gymnasts have reported falling ill with staph infections due to unsanitary equipment, the university’s health track record is being brought to light.
According to a recent survey, factors such as housing guarantees and late acceptance letters are driving away prospective students from Temple.
Temple student Dan Zubrzycki never expected to use the Web site’s questionable service, until it worked for him.