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Recent graduates usually scoff at the university’s attempts to solicit donations on graduation day. But while loans and interest may seem more pressing than giving back to the university, the Class of 2008 has reason
Here we go again – it’s time to go to the polls. Don’t worry, this isn’t a misplaced editorial from last week. Tomorrow, students will cast their ballots for Temple Student Government’s executive board –
Happy Earth Day, Temple students! We thought you should know that Temple got a little overwhelmed with the anticipation and celebrated a bit early. Yesterday, President Ann Weaver Hart signed an important document that further
On April 17, the Daily Pennsylvanian endorsed Sen. Hillary Clinton in the Democratic presidential race, just days before the first meaningful Pennsylvania presidential primary in recent memory. The University of Pennsylvania student newspaper is one
Every four years, presidential campaigning comes to Pennsylvania, to Philadelphia, to Temple and the student body manages to seem politically energized. Sen. Hillary Clinton rallied in McGonigle Hall, and last week, Chelsea Clinton appeared in
Philadelphia has seen a wave of grassroots action in recent months. The tepid 10,000 Men organization held a community action fair this weekend in an effort to cut crime in the city’s most dangerous areas,
On Main Campus, long criticized for low levels of interest in student government, TSG has postponed their elections, scheduled for next week, as reported by The Temple News today. Moving the dates from April 8