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Victoria Hamilton can eat 10 times a week with her meal plan, but she said it isn’t as good as it sounds.
The freshman fine arts major is upset she can’t shop for food around Temple like she could at home.…
Before settling in to study at the noisy TECH Center, consider a less-frequented option.
Translated from Russian, it means “let’s go.”
While it can be heard on the tennis court, it is also a fitting theme for Mansur Gishkaev and Dmitry Vizhunov, the men’s tennis team’s heralded freshmen recruits.…
He’s only been in the country a little more than a month, but Juan Fernandez is already like millions of Americans, at least in one regard.
“We don’t have fast food in my city, so I’m crazy about it,” the Argentine said with a laugh.…