Last month’s Liberty Medal ceremony was a rare chance for the philanthropic community to celebrate its accomplishments before a large captive audience. Undoubtedly the award’s honoree, U2’s Bono, was the big draw, attracting music fans,
Temple made citywide news last week with the announcement of their Employee Home Ownership Plan, an incentive program designed to entice employees to buy real estate in the area around the university. Modeled after a
There is a rowhouse tucked down a small street called Dakota off 11th, north of Main Campus. It is narrow, straight, brick and tall. It was long abandoned, boarded and ransacked and then boarded again.
Temple’s foreign programs are wide-ranging and popular, and you don’t even know about Chinese law reform. Temple has been running a program for almost a decade in Beijing. The Temple-Beijing Rule of Law program, housed
SEPTA has increased their fares – again. This hike in token and transfer costs comes after SEPTA increased TransPass costs and regional rail fares in July. The price of tokens and transfers will both increase
Frederick Douglass sits behind glass just north of Main Campus. He looks uncomfortableand overdressed, with no neck, light skin, a big beard and sad eyes. It is a doll. It is a visual representation of
For years now, the American presence in Iraq has been providing questions asked too often to be answered. The U.S. Congress has been awaiting answers all summer. This past week the time came. Gen. David
Philadelphia goes by many nicknames, some more pleasant than others. City of Neighborhoods, City of Brotherly Love, Filth-adelphia. As a life-long Philly citizen, I’ve heard them all, and even used a few on occasion. Call