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October 12, 2015
At his second annual State of the University address Thursday, Temple University President Neil D. Theobald lauded an “historic year” for Temple.
October 9, 2015
Tamron Hall, SMC ’92, anchor of MSNBC’s ‘NewsNation with Tamron Hall’ and co-host of the 9 a.m. hour of NBC’s ‘Today,’ has been nominated for Temple University’s Board of Trustees.
October 8, 2015
Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia, Washington and New York drew the gaze of reporters from around the world, creating a multitude of opportunities for Temple faculty, staff and students to shine in the media spotlight.
As the School of Medicine begins a new chapter, take a look back at some of the the school's more recent groundbreaking achievements.
Guys! We’re hiring a couple of student content producers! If you can write your way out of a paper bag (remember that time you were trapped in a paper bag?), have an eagle eye for grammatical errors, and a love for all things Temple, please apply.
Temple University is establishing a Street and Sidewalk Vending District to ensure safe operating standards among mobile food vendors on Main Campus.
Homecoming 2015 is fast approaching with a lineup of events that offers something for everyone.
TUTV, Temple University’s digital cable station, is one of only two collegiate stations credentialed to provide live coverage of Pope Francis’ appearances in Philadelphia this week.
Temple University has teamed up with Philabundance to fight hunger and raise awareness about food insecurity.
Connor Rattey is determined to help organizations minimize their negative environmental impacts.
For its cover story, the Fall 2015 issue of 'Temple' magazine goes behind the scenes with Tamron Hall, SMC '92, and Kevin Negandhi, SMC '98, HON '15.
Verishia Coaxum, CLA '15, hopes to continue fighting for victims' rights.