Tuition rates aren’t the only increasing costs for college students. A rise in student loan interest rates may have some students and recent graduates second-guessing their decision to consolidate these loans. While consolidating loans can
Two committees on the Board of Trustees held a meeting Sept. 21 primarily concerning the construction financing for Alter Hall of the Fox School of Business and Temple Japan’s debt. The Budget and Finance Committee
Denise Haydt, a senior communications science major, cut back on her driving to cope with higher gasoline prices. A self-described “full-time student and full-time mother,” Haydt longs for the days when fueling a vehicle was
Four years after its last beat dropped, Jurassic 5 once again dusts off the vinyl, bringing you the “real hip-hop sound,” which turns out, involves the Dave Matthews Band, old-school beats and even older, hackneyed
Each semester, Ctrax, a digital music service, launches multiple artist promotions in which universities affiliated with Ctrax can participate. Earlier this fall, a Temple senior was the winner of one such promotion. Erica Gill, a
Once you step through the Friendship Gate at 10th and Arch streets, it’s a completely different world. Roasted ducks hang in restaurant windows, bonsai trees are on sale and the street signs are in Chinese.