Defend Our Future: Coffee and Climate Change

Defend our Future is hosting an event last Thursday evening at Rad Dish Co-op to discuss the effects climate change has on coffee, sustainable business practices in the industry, a brief coffee tasting, and more information about how you can get involved.

Freely Magazine – A Piece of Home Photo Exibition

On Friday, March 24th, in SERC's lobby, Temple's newly founded magazine by international students for everyone, Freely, organized a photo exhibition to showcase stories and personal experiences of 15 international subjects from many different countries. This video contains courtesy footage from Freely staff.

Erica Hawthorne-Manon – Small But Mighty Art

Erica studied African American studies at Temple and moved to Philly in 2003 to join the performing arts community as a poet, vocalist and actor. In 2012, she founded Small But Mighty Arts, a direct-service organization that provides local artists with micro-grants and connections to career-enhancing resources.

Temple Represented in Organization Granted with $2.53 Million

The Temple University Music Preparatory Division is part of the Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth, a collaborative of music education organizations serving elementary through high school Philadelphia region-area students. PMAY was recently awarded a $2.53 million grant by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in hopes of increasing diversity in classical music ensembles.