A rally was held against a mandate requiring insurance to cover contraceptives. Just steps away from where the U.S. Constitution was signed, hundreds gathered last Friday, March 23 to protest the U.S. Department of Health
An interdisciplinary “apps and maps” studio plans to help the local economy. This month, Temple announced the launch of its Urban Apps and Maps Studio. Funded by federal grants totaling $700,000, the studio allows civic-minded
A marketing class is giving students a chance to utilize their skills for charity. When senior marketing major Stephanie Siciliano enrolled in entrepreneurial marketing, she hoped to gain real-world experience for her ambitions after college.
Undocumented youth and allies rallied for immigrant rights. Nearly 50 people gathered in Old City, at 6th and Market Streets, yesterday, Oct. 20, to protest against failed efforts, at both the federal and state levels,
More than 2,200 undergraduate students live in a Temple residence hall in rooms with dimensions that typically measure 11 feet 10 inches by 12 feet 6 inches. Because that room is normally shared between two
Tours at Temple provide opportunities for Owl ambassadors. Seeing students wearing cherry windbreakers while walking backward through Temple, followed by a group of weary-eyed high school students and parents is a familiar scene on Main
Without access to a car, commuting to visit friends at other colleges can be costly if students get stuck with pricey bus fares. But Pennsylvania has several forms of public transportation that can make the