The Temple News considers the university’s proposed boathouse to be long overdue. As Joey Cranney reports in “Boathouse Woes” on p. 1, the university is currently in the process of negotiating with the city to
The university shouldn’t forget about what it learned during the Bird’s Eye View contest. For the past few years, Temple’s grounds department has kept track of the number of dead birds lining Main Campus buildings.
The Temple News presents collaborative coverage of Temple’s Ambler Campus. Originally the Pennsylvania School of Horticulture for Women, 101 years later Ambler Campus looks pretty different. During the past academic year, as Ambler celebrated its
The Temple News recognizes the flaws of SFS, but encourages students to be proactive. Student Financial Services has some of the most important responsibilities of any office in the university, yet still struggles to perform
The Temple News believes that a lot of questions still need to be answered. On March 15, Provost Richard Englert issued an updated version of his White Paper, a series of proposals to streamline processes,
The Temple News takes issue with the lack of transparency regarding the details of the NCNID. As The Temple News has covered the proposed North Central Neighborhood Improvement District, we have questioned its proponents’ lack
The Temple News encourages students to examine the TSG presidential candidates. L ast week The Temple News mentioned in the “Brusque Election” editorial that Temple Student Government’s campaigning season should be longer and more visible.