Cheryl Williams believes her Honors Art of Acting class allows busy students to take a class that helps them get in touch with their feelings.
Robert McChesney presented his book, detailing how he believes the country’s democracy is impacted by the value of money in society.
Insomnia Theater took place this weekend, and will debut a cabaret performance in two weeks.
An advertising class uses unconventional learning strategies to help students develop their creativity and employ new thought processes.
Some students say they prefer the Americanized menu options at trucks.
A hip hop culture class seeks to improve race relations.
A new on campus recycling initiative will reward students who use recycling bins.
In a lecture on campus, authors of the book "Dollarocracy" will discuss how they feel America's government is impacted by wealth.
A Temple alumna and Holocaust survivor will lecture with Temple professor Hanoch Guy on how to avoid future crimes against humanity.
Temple's credit limit per semester can pose problems for students receiving credit for internships.