We love our text messaging. As the technology has evolved, we not only exchange frivolous banter with our friends, but we also get news updates, weather forecasts and movie showtimes from the beaming screen of
Philadelphia is a pro-labor town. There’s no denyingthroughout the last 150 years,our city has been a friend to unions, and, for the most part, unions have given back. So it shouldn’t really be a surprise
What were they thinking? That, undoubtedly, was the question that a lot of faculty and administrative members at Central Connecticut State University asked when the school’s student newspaper, The Recorder, published a controversial comic in
Student aid legislation is headline politicking. It is supposed to be leaders helping us learn. In that game of one-upsmanship, Congress came up big when it passed the largest increase in federal student aid since
It is a souring experience to approach a checkout counter with a smile, only to have it not be reciprocated. Customer service workers propagate the mentality that customers should treat others as they would like
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.