Yesterday was Presidents Day. And in this season where we celebrate the power and accomplishments of our chief executives past, our current president has given us more reason to remember how skewed his sense of
On Thursday, Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, Steve Kazmierczak opened fire on his fellow Northern Illinois University students, killing five and injuring 16 before turning his weapon on himself. On Friday, Feb. 8, Temple tested TU-Alert,
In this age of e-mail, receiving a personalized letter in the mail can be quite exciting. It says that somebody other than the electric company thought enough about you to physically send you a message.
The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act was enacted in 1990 in an effort to expand the reporting of crimes on college campuses. It’s virtually impossible to argue with
Earlier this week, Mayor Michael Nutter and Gov. Ed Rendell, one of Nutter’s predecessors in the mayor’s office, appeared together at City Hall to throw their endorsement behind Sen. Hillary Clinton’s bid for the U.S.
By most accounts, 90 years is a long life to lead. Long enough for a Milwaukee-born child of Eastern European immigrants to distinguish himself in the education world. Long enough for an old Jewish man
Recently, The Temple News sat down with President Ann Weaver Hart for an hour-long conversation about the university and her tenure so far. The president set aside a generous amount of her time to have