Charity Hill never played at 100 percent during the team’s run through the NCAA Tournament last season. That’s because Hill was playing on a bum left ankle that never received proper medical attention. She was
While Temple football is falling apart, it’s refreshing to know Temple’s ice hockey club has managed to bring home a title, despite going virtually unnoticed on campus. Temple is a member of the Delaware Valley
The crowd tensely held its breath. The collision in front of the goal appeared to be a vicious one, as a George Washington attacker crashed violently into Temple’s junior goalkeeper, Patrick Hannigan. Hannigan struggled to
Once upon a time, five years ago, there were sitcoms. Then the popularity of Survivor demonstrated how the American public inhaled and consumed reality television as if it were a gourmet meal. Three years and
“One nation, under God …” Oh man, the clang of irrelevance is back, as the Supreme Court agrees to investigate the unceremonious heave-ho Gen. Jerry Boykin’s favorite deity got from West Coast classrooms last year.
They aren’t Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne, and watching Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey’s MTV reality show Newlyweds is sometimes painful. Yet it is impossible to turn the channel. The concept of the show seems simple
I recently had the opportunity to travel with a swarm of Honors students down to Washington D.C. to see some memorials, starting at the Vietnam War Memorial and working our way to the Holocaust Museum.
The Axis of Evil has a new member. Nathaniel Heatwole, a 20-year-old college student, recently boarded four Southwest Airlines jets with box cutters and other banned items, hiding the bags of goodies for authorities to
Nearly every day brings more bad news from Central Command in Iraq. Guerilla attacks happen with frightening regularity and we are no closer to forming a new government than we were at the beginning of