As a member of the risk management fraternity Gamma Iota Sigma, Main Campus Program Board President Raysean Hogan said he is ready to compete in the business world. Hogan, a junior risk management and insurance
The Temple News strives to be a newspaper of record by printing factually correct and balanced articles. Accuracy is our business, so when a mistake is made we’ll correct it as soon as possible. Anyone
Only about 60 people were in the audience at the Mount Airy Learning Tree on March 21 to hear political activist Sonia Sanchez speak about some of the most tumultuous times in American history. Sanchez
Temple Student Government Treasurer Ryan Feldman started hearing the speculation shortly after the fall semester began. As the majority of TSG officers made preparations to graduate in the spring, inquiring general assembly members wanted to
In 1903, civil rights activist W.E.B. DuBois wrote that “the problem of the twentieth century is the problem of the color line.” One-hundred-and-three years later, the essential problem of the 21st century is becoming clearer
In a unanimous ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld the “Solomon Amendment,” which says colleges that ban military recruiters from their campuses must forfeit vital federal amendment grants. It was brought before the court by
President David Adamany’s vision for the Office of Multicultural Affairs will not be fully realized before his retirement at the end of this academic year. Currently in a transitional phase, the office is still understaffed
During their slideshow last Wednesday for Spring Garden residents, developers of the proposed condo tower that could replace the Franklin House decided to juxtapose the skyscraping building with Center City’s skyline to show its height.