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Campus goes greener with opening of Temple Community Garden

Main Campus got a little greener yesterday, with the Temple Community Garden’s ribbon-cutting ceremony at 11th and Berks streets. Amid a few dozen students, a handful of faculty members and a student garden band that used only home-gardening tools as their instruments, Temple’s new garden was officially revealed.…

Forget group projects

As students, we’ve all been in the situation before: the stress of end-of-the-year papers, projects and upcoming finals is exacerbated by those annoying group projects. There’s that one member who bails every time the group gets together, and the other who can only get together on Wednesdays between 2 and 5 p.m.…

‘Fling’ to duplicate success

Spring Fling has been a Temple tradition for three decades. Upperclassmen can’t wait, freshman tingle with anticipation and teachers shrug their shoulders when most of their students don’t show up to class.…

Love and cash needed at Temple Hospital

A few weeks ago around 8 p.m. on Wednesday, I found myself in Temple University Hospital’s emergency room with two roommates and a sick friend. While waiting to see the doctors, a middle-aged woman wandered over to us and asked my friend what she had.…