Sixty years ago, modern Israel was established by the United Nations, creating an ethnically Jewish state in the heart of the Arab world.Temple’s Students for Justice in Palestine marked the 60th anniversary by hosting a
What began as Ted Turner’s presentation on sustainability in the restaurant business quickly became a fierce criticism of the media mogul’s business practices and personal ideas last Tuesday.In 2002, the chairman of Turner Enterprises, Inc.
Most people don’t consider voter machine inspection to be part of political advocacy, but a group of Temple students inspected voting machines to ensure the integrity of the machines that are going to be used
Football Bone marrow drive In conjunction with the Fox Chase and Temple Cancer Centers, the Owls will conduct their first bone marrow drive Wednesday in room 200 of the Howard Gittis Student Center from noon
In January, the women’s tennis team opened their regular season with a pair of losses to Penn and Princeton. A week later, the Owls (12-4) picked up a 7-0 win against Binghamton. That victory initiated
Although the baseball team is currently tied for third place in the Atlantic Ten Conference standings, they were on the losing end of an embarrassing defeat this weekend. The Owls (16-16, 8-4 A-10) suffered a
As the Temple men’s basketball team made its surprising run to the NCAA Tournament last month, thoughts raced through Andrew “Scootie” Randall’s head. “They played pretty good and they could’ve made it further in the
With a perfectly timed stroke and the ringing of aluminum through the air, junior Courtney Norene did something no Temple softball player has ever done. On Friday, in Kingston, R.I., Norene cranked out her record-breaking