When sophomore journalism major Samantha Richcrick transferred to Temple from Pittsburgh’s Point Park University last fall, she couldn’t help but feel like just a number. “It was a lot to get used to,” Richcrick said.
Larry Lemanski already has a Temple lapel pin. It comes free when you shake the foundation of professorial research at a university. The man with the thick gray goatee joined Temple on Dec. 1, ditching
After years of fighting a reputation of being dangerous, dirty and unattractive, Philadelphia is finally getting positive attention. Recently, Forbes.com named the Phillie Phanatic as the top mascot in the country. The decision was based
Through the course of investigation into illegal steroid use in baseball, players and trainers will be forced into court to testify next month. The biggest name talked about since the infamous Mitchell Report has been
SEPTA took its first tenuous steps toward becoming an environmentally friendly transportation network by finally placing an order for 400 hybrid diesel buses, the first hundred of which will go into service in July. In
Earlier this week, Mayor Michael Nutter and Gov. Ed Rendell, one of Nutter’s predecessors in the mayor’s office, appeared together at City Hall to throw their endorsement behind Sen. Hillary Clinton’s bid for the U.S.