The Class of 2012 will have it pretty good at some colleges and universities. No loans to repay after graduation. In an attempt to combat the ever escalating price of higher education, some schools are
Recently, The Temple News sat down with President Ann Weaver Hart for an hour-long conversation about the university and her tenure so far. The president set aside a generous amount of her time to have
Holding a 19-point lead over the No. 20-ranked team in the nation with less than a minute remaining, Temple senior guard Mark Tyndale dribbled out the clock as the men’s basketball team received a standing
Temple University’s longest-running student play, In Conflict, performed to a standing ovation at the Long Wharf Theatre in New Haven, Conn., on Tuesday. This performance marked the beginning of a new chapter for Temple Theaters.
Classes were back in session as former Philadelphia Mayor John F. Street returned to Temple last Tuesday, settling into a Ritter Hall classroom where he is teaching two sections of urban politics this semester. It