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.
Freshman public relations major Mayte Espinal roomed with one of her friends from high school last semester in White Hall. This semester, not only has she been assigned a new roommate, but a new suitemate
Being a transfer student can be frustrating. Learning your way around a new campus, making new friends, dealing with the process of transferring credits, and registering for classes aren’t exactly the most exciting moments in
During the wayward days of his freshman year at Northwestern University in Chicago, John Lehr wouldn’t have imagined that someday he would become the star of his own television show. “My freshman year was not
Jessica Fletcher is tired. The senior advertising major pushed herself to graduate in December. But the stress of classes midway through the fall caused her health to decline and moved her graduation date back to
Not every man gets to watch his wife run through horn-honking traffic in Times Square while wearing a princess’s gown. But for Aaron Vexler, such scenes are common. His wife wasn’t fleeing the altar. Temple
Libraries evoke images of tall shelves stacked with books and scholars spread out over mahogany desks, pouring through pages, discovering secrets and solving the problems of humanity. Paley Library on Main Campus is no different.