School of Hospitality on Temple students’ contributions to the development of the luxurious Hotel Palomar on Oct. 16 at 7:19 a.m.
It was a great opportunity for those students who were a part in the opening of the hotel, for they got a hands-on experience and this will act as a foundation of their career in near future.
Mark on the possibility that university dining services will go “cage-free” on Oct. 15 at 11:46 a.m.
Great article! There are over 300 other schools in the US that have gone cage-free and it’s definitely time for Temple to do the same. When’s the last time 4,000 students have signed a petition about something? Going cage-free is the right thing for Temple to do for sustainability, for animals and for student health as well. Hey Temple please listen to the students and make this change!
Sasha on Frank Lozzi’s personal essay on living with Tourette Syndrome on Oct. 14 at 1:33 p.m.
Good for you Frank, I empathise with you totally, I have a 12 year old boy with TS and I have worried so much for him. I regularly look for positive stories about other people with TS and yours is inspiring. Keep up the good work!
Shelly on a letter to the editor condemning the $5 green fee on Oct. 15 at 12:29 a.m.
I’m pretty sure that the whole signing petitions and showing that we support this initiative is allowing students to act like “adults” and the fact that this is coming out of a student organization also points to it being something students want. How dare we request more bike racks, more recycling bins, organic food, renewable and responsible energy and think of a way to fund it?!?!?! THE AUDACITY! I mean while we are at it, why don’t we just get rid of Student Health Services, since I mean, students don’t need somewhere to seek medical attention if they can’t afford it. Same for all other I mean WHY does my tuition ultimately go to pay all professors? It should only go to those whose classes I enroll in!
Bisola on the many reasons homecoming isn’t a huge ordeal on Oct. 13 at 2:55 p.m.
I really think it’s because students are so occupied with school work, they have no time to get in the school spirit. So probably if the work load for home coming week is reduced, students would be more involved. I mean, who really wouldn’t mind chilling instead of doing school work.
M. Mesfin on Lara Strayer’s frustrations with feminist thrillers on Oct. 14 at 7:39 p.m.
I think Jennifer’s Body, is GOLD, one of the most subversively interesting, films I’ve seen this year. I think you should take a second look at the film and past the overt sexuality, more specifically the cliché girl on girl lip lock. In my opinion Jennifer is not taking revenge, she just been turned into something, like in some ways how society has turned women into caricatures like Jennifer. You’re either the dumb pretty one or the smart dopy one. I think in some ways we are punished for being what men have always been, ultra-sexual, loudmouthed and narcissistic, but on the flip side the entertainment industry makes a bundle off this caricature, think Kim Kardashian or any women on the Real World with big Boobs, and a loud mouth. temple-news.com/QR