Editor: [In response to [“Joe Frazier’s Gym closes for renovations,” Christopher Wink, April 3, 2008] Speaking as boxer Marianne Marston, I can personally confirm I am not returning to London, whatever Mr. Leslie Wolff says
Submitted by Michael N. Price With the Pennsylvania primary quickly approaching, both Democratic candidates are doing their best to avoid a disastrous political slip-up that could cost them the all-important April 22 vote. Both Sens.
Dear Editor, In reading your recent editorial [“TSG Rewritten,” March 4, 2008], I was pleased to find an article highlighting just one of the recent changes at Temple that will enhance our university’s standing as
Editor: The candidacy of Barack Obama has excited a whole new generation of previously disinterested young Americans. And though this large and swelling involvement of youth should send Democratic Party members singing “Happy Days Are
Editor: As the “the paper of record for the Temple University community,” I am disheartened by the lack of political coverage afforded by this paper, especially regarding the student vote. Youth have mobilized in record
Editor: Is this really a hate crime [“Students arrested in connection with hate crime,” Morgan A. Zalot, Feb.26, 2008]? Or is this one brother trying to defend his little brother? It appears that the younger
Editor: Knitting. Fresh baked cupcakes. A neon pink Web site. Are these things typically associated with radicalism? We certainly don’t think so, but apparently Doanh Nghiem does [“University feminist group too extreme to debate,” Doanh
Jessica Gasper Op-Ed Take a closer look at North Philadelphia. Slow that hurried walk to Tuttleman and make eye contact with those bright-eyed students waiting for the crossing guard to escort them across Montgomery Avenue.