Those who experience life achieve real success I am the mother of a third-year Temple student, so I have access to The Temple News. I was impressed with the article written by Christopher Wink [“Plumbing
The other day I was urged to sign a petition clamoring against Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito. That youthful activism was refreshing, if not entirely predictable. After all, Alito was nominated by the scourge of
Last year around this time I was reading some articles on the British Broadcasting Corp.’s Web site, when I came across a particularly interesting piece. According to a formula calculated by a Welsh psychologist Dr.
Although the spring semester is still in its early stages, Temple students are already seeing more A’s. These letters, however, are not the result of hard academic work but rather that of Avenue of the
More than 200 students, faculty and family members attended the memorial service of John “Jack” Niven, Temple’s housing director, on Friday afternoon. Niven, 57, died unexpectedly on Dec. 5, 2005, at his home. He came
Criminal law is mind boggling. White-collar crime is serious, but to give two unfortunate idiots a harsher sentence for trying to cheat some greasy burger joint than the average violent offender who beats or rapes
A record number of graduate students at Drexel University’s College of Nursing and Health Professions online learning program will earn their degrees without ever having to step foot in a classroom. More than 500 students
For years, going to the Student Center bookstore between classes and expecting to leave with the book you wanted was almost impossible. Now, students no longer have to worry about the strict bag drop policy,