According to lore, Halloween is the one night of the year ghosts can come back to interact with the living. Rumor has it, though, that spirits wander freely around Philadelphia all year long. The local
Roaring laughter came from the Owl Cove in Mitten Hall Thursday, Oct. 18, during a comedy show hosted by the Public Relations Student Society of America. Five comedians performed, including current and former Temple students.
Black and orange balloons, tissue paper ghosts, stuffed black trash bags doubling as creepy cats. And candy – lots of candy. This is what crowded the arts and crafts table last Wednesday as children prepared
Although saxophonist Sophie Faught spent only one year in Temple’s Jazz Studies Program, she is a legend in Presser Hall – and Philadelphia. “I started playing tenor saxophone the summer before seventh grade,” said Faught,
Sputnik sparked ambition in America 50 years ago. Its anniversary calls for moments of reflection. On behalf of the event, Temple looks back at our past and forward at our future. Mia Luerhrmann, associate dean
Traffic slowed on Broad Street as onlookers yelled out their car windows wondering what the commotion was about between Berks Street and Montgomery Avenue. With reasonably priced tickets, $5 in advance and $7 at the