Replacing the racial slur will let readers learn about “Huckleberry Finn” without feeling uncomfortable, especially in a classroom. Everyone has come into contact with this word at one point or another. Lately, this racial slur
Removing the N-word and “Injun” from Mark Twain’s classic does a disservice to the author and readers. Considered a great classic and a sharp social criticism of 19th century United States, the “Adventures of Huckleberry
During the last four years, Temple’s administrative systems have undergone a major and long overdue upgrade and continue to do so. The archaic system that hosted OWLnet, among other administrative sites, was slow, unable to
All eyes fell on Tucson, Ariz., the days following Jan. 8, when a gunman opened fire on a crowd at a meet-and-greet between Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) and her constituents. Jared Lee Loughner, an armed
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine recently ranked Temple at No. 94 in its 100 Best Value in Public Colleges for 2011. According to Kiplinger’s website, the ranking was judged on “strong academics, affordable price and generous
The women’s basketball team decided after the new year that beginning Atlantic Ten Conference play last week would be like opening up a brand new season. The Owls have played exceptionally well since then and
Despite playing without its starting point guard for the second straight game, junior guard Ramone Moore and the men’s basketball team cruised to an easy win on Wednesday as the Owls defeated St. Bonaventure, 83-55.