Once you step through the Friendship Gate at 10th and Arch streets, it’s a completely different world. Roasted ducks hang in restaurant windows, bonsai trees are on sale and the street signs are in Chinese.
Denise Haydt, a senior communications science major, cut back on her driving to cope with higher gasoline prices. A self-described “full-time student and full-time mother,” Haydt longs for the days when fueling a vehicle was
A sense of optimism surrounds the women’s tennis team. With a strong showing at last weekend’s Cissie Leary Invitational, that optimism could turn into reality. Freshman Radka Ferancova compiled a 3-1 record in the singles
Two committees on the Board of Trustees held a meeting Sept. 21 primarily concerning the construction financing for Alter Hall of the Fox School of Business and Temple Japan’s debt. The Budget and Finance Committee
Though more than 450 Temple students receive a discount for using SEPTA, many students still don’t know that such an offer exists. “There’s basically no notification to students,” said Meghan Daly, a senior broadcast journalism
Students who dine at lunch trucks on campus have the choice between traditional Asian meals, Mexican cuisine, Italian food or American dishes that are all sold from trucks; but they also might be trading cleanliness
Your heart stops. You check every pocket and look around frantically. You could have sworn you put your cell phone in your pocket. But it’s not there. That’s when Lieutenant Louis Montressor comes to the