Media exec will offer leadership lessons for Temple students
Michael Colleran, former president and general manager of CBS Philadelphia, will address Temple students tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Howard Gittis Student Center, room 200A, as part of the Office of Leadership Development’s Exploring Leadership Speaker Series. Colleran will share stories from his 38 years in broadcasting and offer tips on how students can transform themselves into great leaders. The program is free and open to all Temple students.
March 5, 2013
Little snow, but winter sports go on for Temple students
Lack of snowfall in Philadelphia this season hasn't dampened Temple students' enthusiasm for winter sports. Twice in past two weeks, Temple organizations have created opportunities for students to participate in wintertime activities — without leaving the confines of campus.
February 1, 2013
Students explore world culture through monthly restaurant trips
Offered by Temple’s Office of Student Activities, the Memorable Moments program introduces students to new cultures and traditions by sponsoring a trip to a different ethnic restaurant each month. For the first event of the academic year, 40 students got a taste of Burmese culture during a Sept. 20 visit to Rangoon.
October 3, 2012
Service immersion trips offer students a chance to reflect, grow
Twelve Temple students recently returned from a service learning project in Jamaica, where they spent a week helping to create an eco-friendly trash disposal system at a primary school. Each night, the group gathered to share their impressions of the day, an exercise that is central to the service immersion experience.
June 13, 2012
Temple students come together for Relay for Life
On March 30, nearly 2,000 Temple students raised $49,000 when they participated in Relay for Life, an overnight event that raises funds for cancer research. Teams camped and walked around a track for nine hours in an effort to raise awareness about the disease that affects millions of Americans.
April 4, 2012
YouTube sensations headline celebration of Asian-American culture
Singers, dancers and step-team performers captivated the audience at Spotlight 2.0, a celebration of Asian-American culture held at the Temple Performing Arts Center. For the event, students shared the stage with YouTube sensations Clara C, a singer/songwriter from California, and D-Pryde, a rapper/singer from Toronto, Canada.
March 30, 2012
Temple groups plan 9/11 remembrances, discussions
Temple students and faculty are honoring the victims of the 9/11 attacks and their families with several remembrance events and discussions that began yesterday with a memorial event in the Gittis Student Center.
September 7, 2011