In early October, former Penn State guard Jennifer Harris accused Nittany Lions women’s basketball coach Rene Portland of discrimination based on Portland’s alleged belief that Harris was a lesbian. According to Harris, that treatment led
If any school understands Temple’s football anguish, it’s Rutgers. Not only next-door neighbors in terms of location, the Scarlet Knights often found themselves next to Temple in the bottom of the Big East Conference standings.
Senior Day was just another day for defensive end Mike Mendenhall, who said he felt little difference between the football team’s matchup with Miami (Ohio) and other games this season. Even though Mendenhall, his senior
By day, Temple’s science librarian, Laura Lane, is busy helping students find resources for their research papers. By night, she is busy mastering the German language. Like Lane, many people are taking advantage of the
Marquis McNeil doesn’t believe in simple fashion style. When he shops, it’s all about the boldness, the colors and the original qualities of a piece. McNeil doesn’t worry about shopping for the “standout” pieces that
On November 13th Temple Student Labor Action Project in conjunction with Philadelphia Jobs with Justice will be kicking off “Higher Expectations Week.” This is a campaign against Walmart and their horrendous record of with fair