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Philadelphia’s annual Rocky Balboa Run started at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on Saturday morning. Runners, fans of the cult film series and Philly neighbors braved the cold weather to compete in either a 5K or 10-mile run.

This year’s sold-out Rocky Balboa Run included challenges, like a Rocky Balboa costume contest and an “Italian Stallion Challenge,” which allows runners to complete both the 5K and 10 mile run portions of the race for a total of 13.1 miles.

“The run was a little hard because of the cold weather, but because I’m in the Army and it’s Veteran’s Day, I had to take the opportunity to run it,” said Danadje Omiodo, a Drexel University engineering major.

Noah Rosenbloom, a senior psychology major at Temple, said the weather made the run more difficult than usual.

“My face hurt the whole time I ran,” Rosenbloom said.

Runners brave cold weather for Rocky Run at the Art Museum

Headhouse District organizes fall pumpkin celebration

Philadelphians gathered at The Headhouse Shambles at 2nd and Lombard streets on Saturday to celebrate Halloween with food, candy and a variety of arts and crafts activities at the Fall Pumpkin Fest.

Convention explores basic needs insecurities

Policymakers, advocates, faculty, students and researchers gathered in Mitten Hall on Monday for the second annual #RealCollege national convention.

Live in Philly: Navy Yard hosts hard apple cider festival

Last Saturday, the Navy Hard hosted the fifth annual “Pour the Core: Philly” hard apple cider festival. Guests were presented with a “Pour the Core” glass upon entry to sample more than 100 local and international hard apple ciders.

Photos from Temple’s homecoming 2017 pep rally

Temple held its annual homecoming pep rally at the Bell Tower on Friday afternoon where famous hip-hop artist Wyclef Jean performed for more than 100 people.

TSG holds training for peer mentorship program

Students were trained how to best serve their peers in Temple Student Government's program aimed to help students who traditionally have a hard time adjusting to college.