Great things are happening at Temple. In the last 10 years, the university has transitioned from a commuter college where few developers would dare to invest to an enlivened campus where life continues long after
A 71-year-old was charged with murder earlier this month. But William Barnes hasn’t fired the gun that Philadelphia District Attorney Lynne Abraham is labeling a murder weapon since Nov. 27, 1966. Drunk and disorderly, Barnes
Lincoln Financial Field bubbled with activity as Temple football fans showed up hours before game time to tailgate prior to the Owls’ season opener against Navy Friday night. This is how it should always be.
The recent Facebook campaign to lower the drinking age to 18 may seem novel, with students uniting behind a common cause, but its supporters may not have fully considered their position. In addition to foolishly
Temple University is a part of Philadelphia. Not the other way around. That’s why Saturday’s inaugural FreshServe, a community service day designed to give students – particularly freshmen – the opportunity to learn the value
When you’re heading to college, there’s no shortage of advice from parents, teachers or relatives. Waiting through the summer between high school and college is enough to make the most confident of students – not
As the early 90s Nickelodeon show states, “Welcome Freshmen!” You have arrived at Temple University’s campus at an exciting time of change and opportunity. Now is one of the best times to be entering this
Most who have visited this treasured collection recognize it by the young man holding a lantern near the entrance. Or they remember feeling the cover of the 1932 edition of “Lincoln the Unkown” by Dale