Mascots for a Cure, a nonprofit committed to supporting children battling cancer and other serious illnesses, partnered with Christmas Village in Philadelphia to host its first-ever parade. Nearly 20 mascots from local colleges, high schools
A freshman shaved her head in honor a young boy from her hometown. Paul Matthews shaved his son Eli Seth Matthew’s head, and then Eli shaved his father’s head. Yesterday, Paul Matthews stood on Liacouras
A nonprofit organization’s new program is assisting cancer patients. Getting cancer patients onto a path toward healing is a battle in itself, but one often overlooked struggle is getting patients onto the road and to
The Moulder Center for Drug Discovery will research new drugs, causes and cures for diseases. Temple is now one of only a few schools in the Northeast with a fully integrated center for researching and
Team manager Michel’Le Daughtry was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia in July 2008 and then again this past September. She underwent a bone marrow transplant in January and is in recovery. Temple’s football team will hold its annual bone marrow drive Wednesday with her in their minds.