Imagine a neighborhood where the most familiar sight is a crushed pint of iced tea littered on a street corner. This is just the case in Fishtown, one of Philadelphia’s many distinct neighborhoods where housing
Melissa Parker knew fencing at Temple would be an interesting transition. The freshman Foilist said she has enjoyed the adjustment to the competitive atmosphere that the team provides. “I like it, I like the change,”
Beginning tomorrow, student organizations can earn 50 Diamond Dollars by participating in the Diversity Dialogues Series, a semester long workshop designed to engage student leaders in discussion on multiculturalism and diversity. The incentive was announced
“A House with No Walls” intertwines the stories of two black Philadelphia women between the past and the present. Caught in eras with similarly difficult issues, both women struggle to embrace their race while also
A castle-like dwelling sits on the corner of Broad and Master streets in North Philadelphia, its facade resembling a vacant show theater during the day, and as night falls, an eerie haunted house. From the
Temple’s two ancillary mascots, T-Bird and Baby Owl, have been missing from the basketball court this season. But according to Scott Walcoff, assistant athletic director for marketing and promotions, that disappearance is about to end.