The event was created in reaction to the “wall-sitting ban” proposed in Rittenhouse Square.
The Office of Alumni Relations hosted the second annual celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. through music and poetry.
A documentary portrays Temple University Collaborative on Community Inclusion’s work with helping mental health patients.
Lavender Graduation was held in the Student Center Underground on Tuesday.
Frank Bruni, a columnist with the New York Times, spoke about liberal arts education on Friday.
Marlon James, the 2015 Man Booker Prize winner, visited Main Campus on Thursday.
Alumnus Malcolm Kenyatta organized a panel to discuss possible solutions to poverty.
The rapper, author and musician Common visited Main Campus last Thursday to talk about his career and experiences.
Temple Community Garden held a dinner to fundraise for the Roughwood Seed Collection.