The baseball team just can’t catch a break. Blowing yet another ninth-inning lead and playing in yet another extra-inning game, Temple fell, 8-7, in 11 innings to host La Salle Sunday at Frank DeVincent Field.
At its national conference in San Diego last March, the National Council for Black Studies awarded Dr. Ama Mazama, an associate professor in the African American Studies department here, with the Anna Julia Cooper/CLR James
The historic neighborhoods of Germantown and Mt. Airy, located in northwest Philadelphia, offer rich culture, unique architecture and bustling shopping districts. Stepping off the SEPTA train into Germantown, the area may seem run down and
Originally from Bellingham, Wash., Hilary Swank began acting professionally at age 16. In 2000 she won her first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in “Boys Don’t Cry,” and matched that with another win in
The romantic comedy based on the novel, “Enchanted April” by Elizabeth Von Arnim, is a tale of love and renewal in the enchanted month of April. Set in 1920s London, the whimsical and imaginative Lotty
Born in London, Idris Elba is working to make a name in the American film industry. Elba co-stars in “The Reaping,” an action-packed thriller revolving around occurrences believed to be linked to the 10 Biblical
When Temple Student Government elections begin April 10 students should expect to have only one slate on the ballot. “Owl Potential”, which includes TSG Vice President of Student Affairs Juan Galeano, Allocations Chair Eric Stephenson
Aware that the seventh grader was prone to angry outbursts, Kayla Conklin knew she had to intervene before the conflict escalated. Conklin is a Temple student who spent last summer tutoring students at Roberto Clemente