The university will build a marijuana research facility in Lancaster County. Elected officials want Temple to build it in North Philadelphia.
The store will be entirely operated by School of Sport, Tourism and Hospitality Management students.
The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance wants to expand on-campus resources for survivors of sexual assault.
The Freedom Fighters are working with SEPTA to add historical content about Cecil B. Moore in his namesake Broad Street Line station.
The School of Podiatric Medicine will hire actors to play patients in the 12 new simulation rooms.
Two assaults have been reported on or near Main Campus, but no student has used the Women Organized Against Rape’s satellite office.
The organization held a theatrical demonstration where the members mimicked Board members and their alleged economic ties.
The Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance has been campaigning to remove Board of Trustees Chairman Patrick O’Connor.
Student and community organizations join together to protest the naming of O'Connor Plaza.
SEPTA, Temple Student Government and the SEPTA Youth Advisory Council have stopped discussing the creation of a $350 TrailPass for commuters.