The Temple Issues Forum (TIF) continued the ongoing campus debate on a possible war with Iraq on Thursday, Oct. 24. The forum, “Invading Iraq: Preventing or Creating a Catastrophe?” consisted of three debates among professors
An insurgence of diabetes is seething through the African American community, and the sisters of Delta Sigma Theta are warning those who can be affected. In a lecture given at the Student Activities Center on
Temple University head women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley has signed a new five-year contract extension, director of athletics Bill Bradshaw announced on Oct. 28. The agreement extends through the 2006-2007 season, including the NCAA tournament.
The art of tattooing has created a common thread among young adults across America interested in exploring the depths of individuality. Whether used as a need to flutter in the wings of unconfined freedom or
The women’s soccer team (8-10, 3-6 Atlantic 10 Conference) is winding down its season and looking for a possible Atlantic-10 playoff berth. The journey through the A-10 schedule was not easy, but under the undaunted
For almost 42 years, Amnesty International has been working to preserve human rights around the globe. At the end of 1960, British lawyer Peter Benenson embarked on a crusade of conscience after reading an article
The deadly series of sniper shootings in the Washington, D.C. area has rekindled the debate over gun control. The battle is between NRA-ers and gun control advocates. The issue is whether “ballistic fingerprinting,” already used