In light of the Supreme Court's recent marriage equality ruling, Beasley School of Law student Aaron James Spencer, Class of 2016, writes about the nature of human rights in this op-ed for NewsWorks.org.
June 30, 2015
Health Careers Day with Science in Philly Schools, a student organization at Temple University School of Medicine, exposes area middle school students to careers in the medical field.
June 4, 2015
For the last 10 years, Jumpstart at Temple University, part of a national early education program for children who live in low-income communities, has helped children develop the literacy and social skills they need to enter kindergarten.
May 7, 2015
Caitlin Kummeth, Class of 2015, a strategic communications major in the School of Media and Communication, is participating in the Broad Street Run on Sunday. Learn what inspires her to run.
Funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to Temple University will help plan health, environmental and economic improvements in Philadelphia’s Kensington neighborhood. The $200,000 grant will target the cleanup and reuse of former industrial sites.
On Sunday, May 3, more than 40,000 participants in the 36th annual Broad Street Run will pass through Temple's Main Campus.
To raise awareness about pedestrian safety, the state Department of Transportation and Philadelphia officials last week launched a new campaign, with a press conference Thursday, April 9, on Temple's Main Campus.
Temple's Community Music Scholars Program provides an affordable way for children in the community to learn music. Follow one student as he attends a Saturday-morning violin class.
At Temple’s Office of Institutional Diversity, Equity, Advocacy and Leadership, Carmen Phelps advocates for and advises students who identify as a minority and works to form a community of students interested in fostering diversity at Temple.
At Community-Driven Research Day, held this year at Temple on Jan. 29, representatives from community-based organizations met with researchers from local universities to discuss opportunities for collaboration.
'Rise of the Tigers,' a feature-length documentary produced and directed by SMC alumni Max Pulcini and Matthew Albasi, explores how a Philadelphia football team influenced the young men who played for it and brought a neighborhood together.
As part of a newly established mentoring program, students from YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School shadow members of a Temple facilities crew.
The School of Media and Communication and its Center for Public Interest Journalism have announced a major new collaboration that unites nearly every player in city politics and campaign news at one Web address: nextmayor.philly.com.