Why President Theobald ignoring student journalists is a problem for the university community.
After four years with The Temple News, our editor-in-chief says goodbye.
Living near a university known for its crime introduces real-world experience and smarts.
The years of documented news archives show similarities between history and present-day events.
A LUZ Periódico writes why newspapers are still important even in the digital age.
Students should heed the advice of professors to be transparent and accurate above all else.
A preview of our special project on campus safety, which will appear online and in print on May 5.
Temple’s diversity of majors allows students to advance stigmas.
Some argue links in articles are distracting, but they represent evolution in journalism.
The university could be doing more to teach students about off-campus housing.