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Relief at the pump?

Denise Haydt, a senior communications science major, cut back on her driving to cope with higher gasoline prices. A self-described “full-time student and full-time mother,” Haydt longs for the days when fueling a vehicle was much cheaper.…

Russell’s debut is full of wild fables

Every so often a truly talented and original voice emerges from America’s literary ranks. One such voice is that of 25-year-old Florida native Karen Russell. Russell debuts with a refreshingly creative and astoundingly mature collection of stories entitled “St.…

$79M set for building funding

Two committees on the Board of Trustees held a meeting Sept. 21 primarily concerning the construction financing for Alter Hall of the Fox School of Business and Temple Japan’s debt. The Budget and Finance Committee and the Executive Committee approved a plan made by the Facilities Committee Sep.…

Transit discount available

Though more than 450 Temple students receive a discount for using SEPTA, many students still don’t know that such an offer exists. “There’s basically no notification to students,” said Meghan Daly, a senior broadcast journalism major.…

Looking to settle the score

Before the field hockey team even stepped foot on the field this year, coaches and players alike had their eyes on a few teams that they needed to settle a score with.…

City revamps food truck inspection codes

Students who dine at lunch trucks on campus have the choice between traditional Asian meals, Mexican cuisine, Italian food or American dishes that are all sold from trucks; but they also might be trading cleanliness for this variety.…

Skating on all cylinders in early-season tournament

Penn played two solid periods of ice hockey against Temple’s ice hockey club at the Class of 1923 Ice Rink Saturday. However, the five goals scored by the Owls in the first period proved to be more than enough, as Jason Walker secured his third career shutout in a 6-0 victory.…

Lost property gathers dust

Your heart stops. You check every pocket and look around frantically. You could have sworn you put your cell phone in your pocket. But it’s not there. That’s when Lieutenant Louis Montressor comes to the rescue.…

Avenue North set to open

Anticipating its Oct. 15 completion date for construction, some stores in the Avenue North complex will open their doors by Nov. 1, according to Brandon Dixon, asset manager for Tower Investments, a Philadelphia-based development company.…

STOMPED

The field hockey team’s offense exploded for nine points this weekend, but in the end, it was the defense that had coach Amanda Janney most impressed. The Owls opened the weekend beating Monmouth, 6-1, Saturday on the road and then topped Fairfield, 3-0, at Geasey Field Sunday.…