With the recent announcement by Temple that the General Education program will be piloted in spring 2007, followed by a scheduled full implementation in fall of 2008, “Gen-Ed” is on its way toward becoming a
The line between local and national party politics was blurred during last Tuesday’s midterm election as Democrats seized control of both congressional houses, delivering a blow to the 12-year Republican majority. CNN exit polls found
Since the opening of The Edge at Avenue North, College Park Communities, the former management company of the building, has heard more complaints about the structure than compliments. Now, The Edge, located at 1600 N.
Temple Student Government Speaker Ieshia Nelson wanted to do something special to acknowledge the success of Homecoming 2006 last month. Two days after the Temple football team defeated Bowling Green and the hip-hop band The
Headlining consecutive two-hour comedy shows at Madison Square Garden can leave a man woozy. Such was the case with Dane Cook, who might’ve forgotten where he was Sunday while playing to a capacity crowd in
Financial problems arise in almost every demographic in the country, but some groups are more susceptible than others. In order to combat this, the U.S. Department of Labor has created a two-day program to be
Do you favor indebtedness by the commonwealth of up to $20 million for the payment of compensation for service in the Persian Gulf conflict of 1990-1991? This is the question Pennsylvania voters get to answer
Many Temple students interviewed by “The Temple News” said they plan on voting today, but a sizeable amount knew little about the candidates. Aside from the politically-astute students – typically those who major in political