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.
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
It’s a staple of high school literature classes all over America, and for good reason. Even for those who have read the American classic “Of Mice and Men,” the opportunity to see the theatrical interpretation
Concerned by the distanced relationships that exist between many student organizations on campus, Temple Student Government President Raysean Hogan and Vice President of Student Affairs Juan Galeano said they want to build stronger bonds between
There is nothing that can quite capture the public’s awareness like a particularly ghastly or high-profile homicide. From Cain and Abel to O.J. and Nicole, murder and those who commit it fascinate and captivate all
Students and local residents joined Democratic mayoral candidate Tom Knox for dinner at Qdoba’s Mexican Grill during his tour of the new Avenue North Plaza Friday evening. Knox came to speak with Temple students and