The university shouldn’t implement policies that make decisions for students and faculty.
The vice president of Student Affairs writes that the university offers support following tragedies.
As Norris Homes closes, students should recognize and connect with the surrounding community.
The university should expand its resources for survivors of sexual assault beyond WOAR.
The university should improve Tuttleman Counseling Services and educate about mental health on campus.
Suppressing protests from people like Colin Kaepernick is a violation of our right to free speech.
A student writes that Board of Trustees Chairman Patrick O’Connor’s name should be taken down.
Temple is considering securing continuous housing over academic breaks for former foster care youth.*
Temple should offer self-defense classes to educate and empower the student body.
Though its installations are temporary, we should remember the inclusivity of Monument Lab.