We attended the Social Entrepreneurship Conference on Wednesday, April 11. It was hosted by Temple’s Fox School of Business, entitled “Investing in Urban Communities: Balancing Growth & Inclusion.” Event advertisements encouraged participants to “join a
Kaddish Poznan is a failure, an utter, complete miserable failure. But he is also a determined failure, a proud failure, and above all else, a lovable failure. He has already suffered through years of failure,
After graduating in 2004, Theo Maes headed back to Illinois to teach recreational gymnastics and work with the men’s and women’s club teams at Northwestern University in Evanston. It was an e-mail from his old
It’s becoming increasingly harder to remain a day tripper with the sound of some music festivals in the distance. It’s also becoming harder to distinguish some of them from an uninhibited form of summer camp.
The NCAA placed Temple Athletics on two-year probation Thursday in response to major and secondary violations most notably involving allegations of fraud in the men’s tennis program. The men’s tennis program also received a one-year
Earlier this season, the lacrosse team defeated Richmond at Geasey Field. But on an emotional day for its seniors, the fourth-seeded Owls couldn’t repeat the feat, losing to the Spiders, 13-6 in the Atlantic Ten
Those aspirations to become a marine biologist have been put on hold for now. Elliot Seifert, an offensive tackle who would like to work as a marine biologist one day, signed with the Cincinnati Bengals
Temple honored every student-athlete owning a grade point average of 3.0 or higher last Wednesday at the Fifth Annual Breakfast of Champions Awards Banquet. More than 200 student-athletes were in attendance, but there was one