Features

MTV cleans your real world

Icebergs are sweating, the sky is falling and the ozone layer is Swiss cheese, and you still need a worthwhile reason not to take half-hour showers? General Electric and mtvU have unearthed 25,000 reasons to rally your classmates in joining you in the fight against global warming.…

Manholes of fury

As Devin Peterson turned the corner, he faced a decision that is thrust upon every student who walks more than two blocks on Main Campus: sewer steam or incoming traffic. He chose the latter – and lived to tell about it.”I don’t know what the hell the stuff is,” the freshman said.…

Taking it to the streets

Every day at 9:30 a.m., Bill Zacharatos, 33, from Upper Darby, Pa., drives up Norris Street and parks his lunch truck, The Creperie, in the same spot between 12th and 13th streets.…

Dance Fever

We have all frequented the night clubs in Old City and admired the dancers, albeit from a safe distance, who actually know what they are doing. Who hasn’t been jealous of those perfectly-toned bodies on the dance floor that manage to move, twist and whirl effortlessly?…

Students make the grade

In the past when selecting classes for the upcoming semester, the only precautionary method students could take was to ask a friend about the course. Is the teacher hard? Is the class worth it?…

Turning Japanese

Christopher George Wink, 20, has traveled all around the globe from Mexico to Africa. Born in New York and raised in Newton, N.J., Wink can now add Japan to his list of international excursions.…

Turning houses into homes

Laredo, Texas – For some, spring break is a time for drinking and beaches. For a proud and select group of Temple students, that first full week in March presents an opportunity to do something for someone else.…

Meet the ten Temple faces you don’t know, but should

There are 34,000 students, 4,000 staff and administrators, and 1,600 faculty members at Temple. The university has a diverse pool of talent who are widely unknown – at least to many people in the Temple community.…

Curious about George

Nothing sums up George Edberg’s character better than his own words, “I love Philadelphia, but I hate the city of Philadelphia.” An opponent of nepotism and bureaucracy, but a proponent of people, Edberg has dedicated his life and wealth to Temple University.…