A poll conducted by Temple’s Institute of Public Affairs and the Philadelphia Inquirer shows Catholics and non-Catholics feel equally dissatisfied with the Philadelphia Archdiocese’s past handling of sexual abuse of children within the church.
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They have been popping up all over campus, and you have probably seen them. Five new security kiosks have been added on and around Temple’s campus to guard locations with heavy student traffic. The kiosks
Experienced new personnel at the Institute of Public Affairs are expected to give Temple University’s research team international recognition, and are excited to prove it in the 2006 Congressional Election. “Each of us has different
The search for a new football coach culminates today with the hiring of Virginia defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach Al Golden, according to sources with knowledge of the situation. The department of athletics has
Members of Temple Student Government’s general assembly were displeased to hear that Trustee Richard J. Fox said the new Office of Multicultural Affairs may be unnecessary. The namesake of the Fox School of Business questioned
Walt Pavlo, former senior manager of the telecommunications division at WorldCom, called MCI since they declared bankruptcy in 2002, served two years in prison for defrauding clients of more than $6 million. Pavlo now speaks
Family, friends and strangers gathered in McGonigle Hall on Monday to pay tribute to Terrell Pough, the teenage single father who was murdered on Nov. 17.At the memorial service, many people who knew Pough shared