When it comes to studying abroad, it seems no one regrets the decision to go. And the experienced, like graphic arts and design professor Dan Dallmann, tend to say the “longer the program, the better.”
Valentine’s Day has been getting a bad rap lately, and for fairly logical reasons. Despite all it’s done for happily united lovers across the globe, many halves of the relationship feel slighted, frustrated and, quite
PAT HOUSE Senior public relations major Pat House is humble about his accomplishments. In class, he sits quietly and keeps to himself. “I’m shy,” House said. “I don’t start conversations with people I don’t know.”
What do flowers, litter, snow, leaves, horticulture, flyers stapled to trees, the turf on the sports fields and that funny looking mega-vacuum cleaner that travels around campus all have in common? The grounds department happens
When sophomore journalism major Samantha Richcrick transferred to Temple from Pittsburgh’s Point Park University last fall, she couldn’t help but feel like just a number. “It was a lot to get used to,” Richcrick said.