On Monday, Feb. 28, Temple Student Government held its second State of the Campus address of the semester. At the address, President Ann Weaver Hart explained some of the projects in the 20/20 plan and
Temple’s graphic design major Sade Adeyina made news this week for studying abroad in Italy. Adeyina was featured as one of few African American students to study abroad, as about 81 percent of students who
From New Jersey to Maryland, music festivals are worth traveling to this spring. With spring right around the corner, why not enjoy the nice weather with some great music? It’s the best of both worlds.
Without access to a car, commuting to visit friends at other colleges can be costly if students get stuck with pricey bus fares. But Pennsylvania has several forms of public transportation that can make the
Explore easily accessible art communities located right outside the Philadelphia area. The suburbs offer an affordable alternative to Philly’s First Fridays and neighborhood galleries. Less than an hour outside the city suburbs, such as Bethlehem,
Fun activities don’t require fist pumping. At one point or another, New Jersey natives’ fists tire of pumping. When this happens, they are forced to put away their Ed Hardy T-shirts, leave Seaside Heights, N.J.,
Colonial history meets maritime culture in Baltimore’s harbor. Feeling the urge to get out of Philadelphia? Baltimore has what seems like an endless amount of attractions for visitors of all ages – one weekend may