I am writing because I was disgusted after reading Nicole D’Andrea’s article about affirmative action, not because it was pro-affirmative action, but because it was full of rhetoric and propaganda. Ms. D’Andrea wrote that even
Alright, so my lone preseason prediction that both the men’s and women’s basketball teams would produce oodles of excitement has flopped. But, the season is only half over, and there’s still some time to see
After a second-place showing in the West Point Invitational, Temple’s sixth-ranked men’s gymnastics team has set its goals high. And, according to senior Michael Ast, anything less than a trip to the final round of
The women’s fencing team kept itself busy during the winter break, traveling to Evanston, Ill. to compete in the Northwestern Multi-Meet, and San Diego for the North American Circuit. The two-day Multi-Meet, which was held
Every program is prone to having a down year, and John Chaney’s squad is no exception. The Owls are suffering through their worst start since Chaney’s inaugural 1982-83 season at Temple. After earning their second
Reality TV is officially out of ideas. The New Year has brought even more copycat shows. The stars are overexposed and over-merchandised, and apparently, viewers can’t get enough. Something needs to be done before the
In the past few months, anti-smoking sentiment has gained traction, and both Delaware and New York have adopted tough new bans on smoking in bars and restaurants. Delaware’s ban has been in effect since Nov.
As students welcome each other back to campus, questions surrounding their hoops team’s performances have surfaced. The Temple women’s basketball team went a disappointing 2-8 over the winter break, including a 49-47 loss to Saint