“Dreamers” at Temple face uncertainty after the Trump administration threatened to rescind DACA.
The panel was held Wednesday as part of TSG's Sexual Assault Prevention Week to inform Temple students of resources for survivors of sexual assault, on and off campus.
The interactive event prompted attendees to decide how a bystander should act in situations of sexual misconduct.
The week began with a visit from Pa. Lt. Gov. Michael Stack.
This is the first of five events this week for Temple Student Government's Sexual Assault Prevention Week.
Freshmen political science majors Daisy Confoy and Jakob Morris were elected to Temple Student Government's legislative branch last weekend.
Temple Student Government will host a vigil in Founder’s Garden today at 3:30 p.m., among other events to help students heal.
Several of pieces of the legislation are newly enacted on Temple's campus, like anonymous reporting and amnesty for survivors.
University officials and TSG members will go to the Pennsylvania Capitol for an “It’s on Us” conference with Gov. Tom Wolf.
The representative body’s leaders are making changes to its internal operations.