As the end of the fall semester approaches, course and teaching evaluations are currently being administered on campus. With intentions of improving faculty and student affairs, some undergraduates said they have found the objective of
TV camera crews and their trucks lined the intersection of North Broad Street and Oxford Street Thursday afternoon. So did bits of yellow police caution tape from the night before. Nearly 24 hours after a
People all over the world gathered Dec.1, World AIDS Day, to fight the disease that has killed millions. According to the Temple Health Empowerment Office, 40.3 million people have died from AIDS as of 2005.
During winter break, activities may vary between Lassie reruns, Oreo cookies with milk, sleeping in until 2 p.m. and family visits. But for some Temple professors, holiday break can also mean other things, for instance,
Aslaku Berhanu, a reference librarian and cataloger for the Blockson Collection will succeed Charles Blockson as interim curator of the collection upon Blockson’s retirement Dec. 31.The Blockson Collection includes African American historical items dating back
Crime Report 11.28toDec.3 Compiled from Campus Safety Services daily crime log. Nov. 27 951 Berks St. Student reported an unknown person threw an object from the Kardon Building that struck and dented the roof of
Part two in an ongoing series. Majors have changed, friendships have formed, goals have been reevaluated and one semester is almost over for the four freshmen “The Temple News” introduced in the beginning of the