John Niven spent the better part of three decades including his entire collegiate experience at Northeastern University, both as a student and as an administrator. Starting March 4, Niven will be getting used
Temple researchers find tumor source Temple researchers have recently discovered there may be a connection between common viruses and childhood brain tumors. Kamel Khalili, Ph.D, Luis Del Valle, M.D., and a group of co-investigators from
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As anthrax began showing up at the offices of news organizations, Congress, and postal facilities in the fall, Jeffry Stock, a Princeton University microbiologist, couldn’t help but wonder if he knew the culprit. “I was
Everyone likes music of one sort or another. The affinity for music is one of the reasons why Temple freshman Jeff Meyers and his brother Craig, a junior, created the club Supporting Independent Music. The
Temple University’s Department of Journalism, Public Relations, and Advertising issued mandatory advising sessions for all sophomores and juniors to correct what an accrediting agency called “gross misconduct.” The deadline for these sessions was Feb. 25.