A fall-out between SEPTA management and union workers left students scrambling for alternate means of transportation Monday. The Regional Rails, along with LUCY and CCT Connect, however, remain operating, and are the sole methods for
More than 1,000 commuters used free university shuttles as stand-ins Monday for the Broad Street Line, traveling to and from Temple’s campuses on white or yellow school buses after SEPTA’s bus, trolley and subway lines
Administrators are pleased that their SEPTA contingency plan has operated with few problems, but they are not surprised. The university has been planning for a strike for more than a year, chief communications officer Mark
When Chris Matthews was growing up, whenever he told his father anything, his father would reply: “Who told ya?” That, Matthews said – as he received the School of Communications and Theater’s Lew Klein Excellence
While registering for a graduate-level physics course for the spring semester, Kyle Anderson, a senior double major in physics and mathematics, asked his adviser if both of his majors would be listed on his diploma.
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Roughly 16 hours after 5,300 SEPTA union workers officially went on strike, Dean of Students Dr. Ainsley Carry addressed concerns about the university’s contingency plan at the Temple Student Government general assembly meeting Monday. “I’m