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Fasting for faith: Students observe Ramadan

It seemed like any other gathering in the Student Center. Hungry male students clustered around pizza boxes stacked on a table while the females sat, chatting. The youthful din was interrupted by a chanting voice.…

AIDS Walk aiding epidemic

It was about 25 years ago that AIDS became a worldwide epidemic destined to drain life from the souls of both the young and the old while baffling the minds of scientists seeking a cure.…

Ex-N.J. governor shares his story at book signing

Former New Jersey Gov. James E. McGreevey visited the Borders bookstore across from City Hall Sept. 23 to sign copies of his new book, “The Confession.” During an impressive political career, McGreevey harbored away a secret that would shake up his seemingly perfect life like a snow globe, chock full of scandal and harsh scrutiny.…

Full transcript of Ann Weaver Hart interview

If there are images in this attachment, they will not be displayed. Download the original attachment Transcript of Interview with President Ann Weaver Hart Q: How are you acclimating yourself to Temple, how are you settling in?…

Fox School ranks high in national magazine

The Fox School of Business’ entrepreneur program was ranked fourth in the nation on the undergraduate level and seventh on the graduate level by Entrepreneur magazine and The Princeton Review. Last year, the program was ranked in the top 30 by both.…

Language Arts

“English only in this office.” That’s what a sign posted on the door of the Intensive English Language Program office reads. The office, located on 1700 N. Broad St., provides English instruction for non-matriculated, pre-university international students.…

Sex offenders a top concern of campus-area community

Go to the Pennsylvania State Police Web site and you’ll see “Megan’s Law Web site” at the top of the page. Click on it and enter your zip code. Within seconds, a slew of names appear on the screen, all of which are sex offenders who live in that neighborhood.…

Nurses union OKs new contract

The day before their previous contract was set to expire, unionized registered nurses and healthcare professionals at Temple Hospital ratified an agreement with hospital administrators that granted sufficient healthcare, better wages and more control over the amount of patients they work with.…

Security beefed up in Ritter

Allied Barton Security Services were hired to patrol the entrances of Ritter Hall and ask for identification from all those who enter. On Sept. 22, an employee reported that an unknown male entered her office, struck her, and demanded her purse.…

Police enforce liquor laws

Thick sheets of rain pelted the pavement outside of Campus Police Headquarters last Thursday night. Inside, the lobby bustled with activity as police officers garbed in protective raingear wheeled out bikes and jovially jested with each other while heading out to work the 11 p.m.…