When the university’s image doctors conceived the “Temple … We’re Just Smarter” advertising campaign, one wonders what would happen if it was tested in the jaws of reality television. Sophomore biology major Svetlana Shusterman certainly
“I’m some kind of artist-snob,” writes Jonathan Ames in I Love You More Than You Know, his latest collection of essays. “I’m ugly and poor but snobby.” Throughout this near-masochistic compilation, Ames fires such shots
Rather than sharing business and professional development tips with students, Dr. Randall Pinkett, the recent winner of NBC’s hit reality television show, The Apprentice, gave a lesson on ethics and increasing the peace within the
The long history of tension between the Western world and the Middle East makes constructive dialogue between the next generations of the two regions essential if progress can be made. Dialogue is exactly what the
The Princeton Review ranked Temple as the second most diverse college in the country last year. About 19 percent of the university’s undergraduates are African American, but that figure does not represent all black students.
The nest just got a bit more crowded. Temple’s athletic department unveiled a new mascot earlier this month, welcoming T-Bird into the fold at university sporting events. Introduced on Feb. 11 at a men’s basketball
The Temple News Staff Tracy Metz, assistant foundation director of the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association, announced Tuesday that The Temple News was among the winners of the 2006 Scholastic and Collegiate Keystone Press Awards. The statewide
This week, the federal government announced its decision to cut funding for a nationwide program that supports teen abstinence. The decision was made in order to settle a lawsuit between the American Civil Liberties Union