Terrence Howard must be a very stern, serious man. He gravitates toward abrasive films like “Crash” and “Hustle and Flow,” in which he plays characters well versed in the dark underbelly of life. His delivery
Rasheed Murray, a sophomore psychology major whose father emigrated from Antigua, said he is in complete favor of amnesty for illegal immigrants already living in the United States. “We call this place the land of
March is Women’s History Month, a time to honor the societal contributions made by women throughout history. Accordingly, members of the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance, a campus-based chapter of the Feminist Majority Foundation, hosted the
Sara Getz spent the last two years poring over journals, newspapers and any other information related to the Zapatistas, the fabled leftist group from Chiapas, Mexico. She’s even traveled to Mexico to supplement her research.
“Kids are growing up too fast these days.” We hear it all the time, in all different contexts; competitive kindergarten applications, too much sex on television and a myriad of other causes likely elicit such
The implementation of the new General Education curriculum will not only affect the number of courses students have to take, it may also affect the content of those courses – particularly the First Year Writing
As City Council approved a bill banning the sale of food containing trans fats last month, Temple Dining Services also announced that it will now provide trans-fat-free baked goods. Sodexho, the unversity’s food service provider,
As weather conditions in the Delaware Valley continue to worsen, the university has cancelled all afternoon and evening classes at Main, Health Science, TUCC, Ambler, Tyler, Fort Washington and Harrisburg campuses. All non-essential employees at