Ibram X. Kendi originally wanted to be a journalist before getting his doctoral degree in African American studies.
The short film, “Print Shop” draws attention to the practice of making “Rest in Peace” T-shirts in high-violence areas.
The Atlantic magazine journalist spoke about American race issues and the university's effects on the North Philadelphia community.
Glen Dick released “We Can Go Anywhere: My Adventures on Daddy’s Chair” in August.
A senior public relations major excels in her music career as a hip-hop artist.
A professor’s decision to address students’ well-being in her syllabus draws attention to resources on campus.
An alumnus draws attention to Philadelphia’s oddities in human nature.
The Healthy4Baby initiative coaches minority mothers in healthy eating.
Eric White is the program director at WHIP, Temple’s student radio station.
Bienvenido Rosario works as a patient representative at Temple University Hospital.