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Students bid riddance to summer jobs

When school lets out for the summer, hearts are set on hitting the pool, hanging at the shore, road-tripping, eating ice cream and of course, working. For students, working during the sunny months can be a great opportunity to earn some cash and gain experience, but summer jobs may not always be as good as they first seem.…

On the road, she works to open minds

Abigail Reikow, the daughter of a Philadelphia Police officer, has been arrested three times. The junior English and education double major is an active member of Soulforce, a national organization that is working to end sexual discrimination.…

Writing his way to fresh, new kicks

For Anthony Gilbert, sneakers are his life. The West Philadelphia native has always been into them, a love that grew out of his days spent on the basketball court as a youth.…

Swimmers plunge fears in deep end

With the pool’s high dive lurking ominously overhead, Louis Schoener’s Swimming: Timid Non-Swimmer class was just working on the basics in preparation for the class’s first venture into the pool’s deep end.…

Filmmaker reels in festival

“Deranged,” – that’s how the Philadelphia Film Society described “Methmouth,” a short film directed by Temple sophomore Troy L. Coffee. The film was showcased in the 16th annual Philadelphia Film Festival on April 6, and was among 250 films to be selected for the festival, which the Philadelphia Film Society boasts is the largest in America for international cinema.…

School of Rock

It begins as any other science lab would, with attendance. Luckily, everyone is here, and dressed for the weather. As you look around the musty science lab, no one seems very excited.…

Q & A: Steven A. Grasse

Steven A. Grasse has insisted for weeks that he’s completely serious about getting the British government to pay back $58 trillion in colonialism reparations. After talking to “The Temple News,” it’s clear that he’s not.…

To see Barker, the price is always right

Your chance to enjoy one of the great American college experiences will soon be lost. Bob Barker, the legendary host of the famed game show “The Price is Right”, is set to retire in June.…

A ‘Price’-less experience

I lived on the streets of Los Angeles for nearly 30 hours during my spring break to hear three simple words: Come on down. A group of five Temple students, including myself, went to Los Angeles with the goal of trying to get on one of America’s highest rated daytime game shows: “The Price is Right”.…