Assistant Professor Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve released “Crook County,” a look into racism in Chicago’s criminal courts, this past May.
The Wagner Free Institute hosted a presentation on early visual media forms.
As Temple’s a cappella groups perform their final performances of the academic year, graduating seniors reflect on their experiences and their future.
Student Nichelle Brunner researched how fashion campaigns affect women.
A graduating senior participated in comedy groups while studying at Temple.
Four artists challenged their own ideas of the city by immersing themselves into its overlooked nooks and crannies.
After earning a degree in Spanish, Sara Garonzik took a chance in a career in the arts.
Lauren Snyder combined her business degrees with her interest in fashion.
Philadelphia’s Jazz Appreciation Month celebrates the city’s role in the genre, but may not successfully showcase the full story.
In a recent performance, Zornitsa Stoyanova explores the meaning of femininity through multimedia and Mylar material.