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Earlier this week, Mayor Michael Nutter and Gov. Ed Rendell, one of Nutter’s predecessors in the mayor’s office, appeared together at City Hall to throw their endorsement behind Sen. Hillary Clinton’s bid for the U.S.
By most accounts, 90 years is a long life to lead. Long enough for a Milwaukee-born child of Eastern European immigrants to distinguish himself in the education world. Long enough for an old Jewish man
Recently, The Temple News sat down with President Ann Weaver Hart for an hour-long conversation about the university and her tenure so far. The president set aside a generous amount of her time to have
Surprised? We know we were. Most of Philadelphia was last week when Mayor-elect Michael Nutter named Temple Executive Vice President Clarence Armbrister as his chief of staff. Aside from work as city treasurer in the
Bruce Stronach sat alone in the Student Center yesterday. Stronach was asked there to speak to Main Campus students interested in whether he would be a suitable replacement for the retiring dean of Temple University
More students, more booze, more problems. It’s a rather simple recipe. And that distinct scent of alcohol wafting throughout campus at night is only getting stronger. The amount of alcohol violations – disciplinary actions and
This week, as we celebrate the university’s worldwide impact on learning, it’s important to look at the impact we’re having on the environment here and at all Temple campuses. In 2004, the university teamed up
Temple has no rich activist heritage. There have been tremors to the contrary. Many of late. Last Wednesday, there was another. As reported on this edition’s front page, Temple’s Black Student Union joined with the