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Three arrested in killing of alumnus

Police arrested three for the beating that left Kevin Kless, a recent alumnus, dead. Nearly a week after 2010 alumnus Kevin Kless was beaten to death on the steps of the Second Bank of the United States, his three accused killers have been apprehended.…

Alumnus left for dead after beating in Old City

Family, friends search for answers in the Old City beating and killing of an alumnus. A 2010 alumnus, Kevin Kless, was killed early Saturday, Jan. 14 after being beaten on the steps of the Second Bank of the United States on Chestnut Street.…

From capitol to capital

JACOB COLON TTN file photo Leaders in Harrisburg reduced Temple’s annual capital funding appropriation for the next fiscal year. The funding is used by the university for development and construction projects.…

GLBT panel brings issues to forefront

On Dec. 1, students gathered in the Student Center to discuss current issues facing the GLBT population on Main Campus and in the nation. On Dec. 1, Queer Student Union and the College Democrats held a panel discussion in the Student Center to discuss the role that politics plays in the GLBT community, ranging from the importance of youth participation to the need for gender neutral bathrooms at Temple.…

Clarke may assume council presidency

Fifth district councilmember Darrell Clarke poses. Darrell Clarke could be City Council’s next president, but that has some on Main Campus worried. Councilman Darrell Clarke’s fifth district is not only plagued with a poverty rate that hovers as high as 68 percent, but it’s also riddled with crime and drugs and holds onto some of the most dense amounts of property tax delinquents in Philadelphia.…

Housing incentive enters fourth year

A housing program attempts to bring employees closer to campus through loans. Four years after it was introduced, Temple’s Employee Home Ownership Program is making an impact on the community around Main Campus and the Health Sciences Center.…

SwoopTEXT goes live on Main Campus

ANDREW THAYER TTN Will Sabate (left) brought SwoopTEXT to Temple. The system allows student organizations to mass text members. A mass text message system offers a new communication line. Aimed at providing a means of communication for student organizations, SwoopTEXT recently went live on Main Campus.…