Temple Professor creates Time Tree App
DNCE, which features Joe Jonas, will perform at OwlChella tonight at 8 p.m. in the Liacouras Center.
Sports Editor Owen McCue and Lacrosse Beat Writer Tessa Sayers review the 2017 women's lacrosse season.
The event discussed media theory in the Netflix show Black Mirror.
Some students work overnight for increased pay rates at on-campus jobs.
Redshirt-senior Keith Kirkwood has played defensive end, and redshirt-junior defensive lineman Freddie Booth-Lloyd has played offense during spring camp.
Philadelphia-based band Soft Idiot performed live at The Temple News office last Tuesday.
Michael Clemmons, the associate director of workforce development, along with writer Ian Friday helped a Germantown woman named Vashti Dubois turn her Victorian home into a museum that aims to celebrate Black women.
The History of Global Soccer Class is taught by Professor Gary Scales and is modeled after the book How Soccer Explains the World: An Unlikely Theory of Globalization. The class focuses on how the globalized world can be better understood through the game of soccer by examining how soccer's past and present connects to forces and trends that have shaped history since the modern game's invention. The class teaches that soccer is connected to race, economics, empire, gender, and sport and thus influences the world.