A lot has changed since 1971. Temple has seen four university presidents, the rise and fall of the John Chaney era, and the complete metamorphosis of the university into a residential campus. But one thing
Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., told several thousand at a rally in McGonigle Hall last Tuesday that no state better deserved to decide who would be the next U.S. President than the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, as
We’ll avoid the casual and compulsory references to Philadelphia’s long history of constitutional conventions. On Sunday, Temple Student Government held a seven-hour meeting to rework its very foundation, for the first time in 25 years,
After the Feb. 15 assault of a Jewish Penn State student on Main Campus, President Ann Weaver Hart issued a statement labeling the attack a hate crime. Last Thursday, administration, faculty, students, a representative from
Glimmers of a fractious cobbling of elements in Mayor Michael Nutter’s coalition of dreams and reform showed through at our own doorstep last week. As reported by The Temple News [“Law school hosts forum on
Yesterday was Presidents Day. And in this season where we celebrate the power and accomplishments of our chief executives past, our current president has given us more reason to remember how skewed his sense of
On Thursday, Feb. 14, Valentine’s Day, Steve Kazmierczak opened fire on his fellow Northern Illinois University students, killing five and injuring 16 before turning his weapon on himself. On Friday, Feb. 8, Temple tested TU-Alert,
In this age of e-mail, receiving a personalized letter in the mail can be quite exciting. It says that somebody other than the electric company thought enough about you to physically send you a message.