Marcos Edghill, a sprinter and hurdler, blew by the competition at Maryland’s Terrapin Invitational Saturday in College Park, Md. The junior sprinter and hurdler set personal records in three of the four events he competed
The baseball team just can’t catch a break. Blowing yet another ninth-inning lead and playing in yet another extra-inning game, Temple fell, 8-7, in 11 innings to host La Salle Sunday at Frank DeVincent Field.
Unless three eager students can form a slate in the next week, the potential winners of the upcoming election for Temple Student Government have already been decided. This year, “Owl Potential” is only slate running
“Owl Potential”, the only slate running in this year’s student government elections, was literally upstaged by the Temple University Anime Club in the slate’s first scheduled open forum April 4. The slate, which comprises Vice
Originally from Bellingham, Wash., Hilary Swank began acting professionally at age 16. In 2000 she won her first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in “Boys Don’t Cry,” and matched that with another win in
With an official opening now projected for spring 2009, the relocation of the Tyler School of Art is expected to integrate the art community into Main Campus. The three-story facility, spanning more than 240,000 square
Following a six-month search, Dr. Lisa Staiano-Coico has been named the university’s provost. The announcement was made by university President Dr. Ann Weaver Hart during her inauguration speech March 22. Staiano-Coico, who is currently the
On one hand, there are artistic considerations that must be borne in mind by every author; on the other, historical facts, though they may be bent, must be adhered to without their breaking. In “Changing