“We’re open to other ideas.” That was the mantra repeated yesterday by Temple Student Government President Juan Galeano at the organization’s first General Assembly meeting of the year. More than 200 students crowded room 200C
Johnson Hall, a residence hall for freshmen built in 1960, has recieved a face lift – both inside and out. Renovations for Johnson, which had been in progress since 2005, were completed this summer, just
Student and labor activists descended upon Sullivan Hall last Wednesday, picket signs and petitions in hand. They were there as advocates for employees of AlliedBarton, demanding that the security contractor grant them five paid sick
Be prepared, students and employers. A recent trend of immaturity is on the rise for 20-year-olds, possibly implying negative effects on the professional success of that age group, according to an article in USA Today
Provost Lisa Staiano-Coico is still getting used to the layout of Temple’s campus, but that isn’t keeping her from exploring. “Students shouldn’t be surprised to see me with baseball hats and football hats and Welcome
The dangers students might face when pledging a sorority or fraternity have escalated from suffering academically to suffering from alcohol poisoning.After recent events at Rider University, where two administrators were indicted in an underage student’s
From the outside, the Baptist Temple appears to be intact and grandiose with its elaborate granite stonemasonry and ornate stained glass windows. But upon entering the interior of the centuries-old North Broad Street building, peeling,
Temple announced the creation of the Ann McKernan Field Hockey Endowment Fund last week. Ann McKernan Robinson, a former Temple field hockey, basketball and lacrosse player, and her husband Armand I. Robinson pledged $1.1 million.