Add another accomplishment to Candice Dupree’s lengthy list. Dupree became the first Temple women’s basketball player ever to be selected in the WNBA Draft when the expansion Chicago Sky selected her sixth overall Wednesday afternoon.
It began in a crowded closet on the fifth floor of Hardwick Hall. In addition to housing a college student’s garments, the cramped wardrobe contained walls padded with comforters, wires, a flashlight, a microphone, and
Studying abroad is an experience to broaden horizons. Students who study abroad learn new languages, experience diverse cultures and often have a new view on life. If you plan on studying overseas in the near
Karanja Carroll, an adjunct professor in the Department of African American Studies, has set a high standard with his impassioned prologues in two classes he teaches: afrocentricity and psychology of the black experience. Carroll, who
Some nights, I lose sleep worrying about my mother. She’s spent 23 years guiding, shaping and molding my existence with her own experience and intuition. I think she did a pretty top-notch job (insert additional
Since Jonathan Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels, satire has taken on increasingly darker tones. Whether a sign of our murky present times, or a meaningless cultural trend, satire’s gradual depression reaches its nadir in Kevin Brockmeier’s The