Temple’s Hyphen literary review is the best opportunity you’ve never heard of. Scratch that, it was an opportunity — you might have just missed it. Hyphen is Temple’s undergraduate literary review, and it’s uber-important for
Equipped with a Temple ‘T’ bow tie, Charles Osgood, a CBS anchor and syndicated radio commentator, visited Main Campus today to receive this year’s Excellence in the Media Award. After receiving the award, an annual
Tyler’s art exhibit, “Patterns of Consumption” sweeps passersby out of their daily routines. Step through the main doors of the Tyler School of Art on any normal day, and you’re greeted by a security desk
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,
Starting Aug. 1, the GRE will be asking harder and more complex questions. Three years of course work in English has prepared Temple student Mark Inchoco for his much anticipated ascent to graduate school. Now,
Explore the experiences of the paranormal world before ghost hunting grew popular on TV. Ghost hunting has gone from a taboo topic to a national pop cultural frenzy. Ghost hunters have become a new class
IndyHall, located at 20 N. Third St., creates an atmosphere where creatives can go to for inspiration. Mayor Michael Nutter was said to have begged the entrepreneurial talent of Philadelphia to stay in Old City.