The rape and murder of Lehigh University student Jeanne Clery still affects policy on college campuses today, even though it happened more than two decades ago. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and
Editor: As a member of the Student Labor Action Project here at Temple, I was overjoyed to stumble upon Thursday’s daily e-mail announcements. I learned that the Temple administration has finally granted the hard-working AlliedBarton
Clarence Armbrister paid nearly $200,000 for the 10-minute trip down North Broad to City Hall. Armbrister, the former chief operating officer of Temple, accepted a nearly 50-percent pay cut to accept a role as new
Mark Eyerly, Temple’s chief communications officer, has left the university. Yesterday was his last day, university spokesman Ray Betzner said.“I am no longer with Temple University,” the greeting on Eyerly’s voice mail simply stated today.