The food service employees in the Student Center’s Valaida S. Walker Dining Court do not have pleasant attitudes at all, a phenomenon that has found its way into the commentary pages of The Temple News
The only people more important than cheerleaders at center stage of a college sporting event are the teams, the coaches and the referees. A cheerleader’s job is to cheer all game. No matter the deficit.
The South Street Bridge, an 80-year-old span across the Schuylkill River, is falling to pieces and must be replaced, but the plans for its reconstruction have left much to be desired. The new bridge will
Friends, family and students gathered in Ritter Hall’s Walk Auditorium Thursday evening for an event titled, “Remembering and Relearning.” The event was held in honor of Temple student Ciara Deprill, who was victim to a
Submitted by Michael N. Price With the Pennsylvania primary quickly approaching, both Democratic candidates are doing their best to avoid a disastrous political slip-up that could cost them the all-important April 22 vote. Both Sens.
Provost Lisa Staiano-Coico is creating new initiatives to improve Temple’s academic affairs. This month, nine work groups created to focus on particular topics of Temple’s academic life and student success offered Staiano-Coico their initial suggestions
Temple researchers may have discovered the monocyte subset leading to the advancement of HIV to AIDS. Monocytes, white cells in the bloodstream, help the immune system to fight against infections. Once monocytes leave circulation, they
Philadelphia has seen a wave of grassroots action in recent months. The tepid 10,000 Men organization held a community action fair this weekend in an effort to cut crime in the city’s most dangerous areas,