Performers sang, danced and joked at the Marriage Equality Cabaret on Feb. 4. Advocacy and the arts merged this past Saturday, Feb. 4 for Five-Minute Follies’ Marriage Equality Cabaret. All of the money raised in
The Temple News takes a look at the various Cherry-and-White-themed social media sites, which help students connect, share troubles and compare experiences. The Temple community has its fair share of distinguishing qualities – including the
As the semester ends, columnist reminds students that home isn’t always so sweet. Congratulations, you’ve made it through another, or your first, semester of college and now all that’s left to do is take those
DateMySchool.com, founded in November 2010, is a website exclusively for singles with an active .edu email address. Current college students can do anything online: Black Friday shopping, board meetings, ordering pizza and even speaking to
Timely graduation is a difficult task for some double majors. As the fall semester comes to a close and students continue to register for courses, some students completing a double major may find themselves having
The First Person Arts Festival, which runs through Nov. 20, celebrated its 10th anniversary this year. At their kickoff slam on Nov. 10, authors vied for the title of “Best Storyteller in Philadelphia.’ Founded in
The Neighborhood Bike Works hosted an art show at the Magic Gardens. Philadelphia Magic Gardens hosted the ninth annual Bike Part Art Show from Oct. 12 through Oct. 22, which brought Philadelphia’s artistic and cyclist
Plans for the abandoned Reading Rail Viaduct aim to transform it into a park above the streets. Inspired by the highlines of New York and Paris, Philadelphia could be getting its very own citywide park.