Kalen Allen, a senior theater and film and media arts major, produces comedic reaction videos about food.
Larry Dubinski, a Beasley School of Law alumnus and CEO of The Franklin Institute, was appointed as the chair-elect of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in November.
Symphony for a Broken Orchestra highlights the lack of funds in the city’s school music programs.
Hazim Hardeman is the university’s first Rhodes Scholar, a prestigious award.
Two freshmen created a parody based on the bestselling poetry book “Milk and Honey.”
Uncle Bobbie’s is one of the few Black-owned bookstores in Pennsylvania.
Senior graphic and interactive design majors used data from Comcast to create their award-winning project.
The TUJ community is working on historic preservation of the campus during events celebrating its anniversary.
Temple Refugee Outreach raised more than $3,000 for scholarships for refugees on Friday in Mitten Hall.
Temple is one of more than 100 educational institutions participating in International Write-In 2017.