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New academic calendar adds Fall Break, standardized features
Several changes are planned for the academic calendar beginning in the fall of 2014. Changes include a new Fall Break around Thanksgiving, moving Commencement from Thursdays to Fridays to accommodate out-of-town visitors and standardizing the beginning and end of each semester.
Community Development program empowers students to be grass roots pioneers

The Department of Community and Regional Planning has launched a new undergraduate Community Development program designed to provide students with the skills necessary to lead ground-level community engagement and to facilitate lasting social, economic and environmental sustainability. Students can finish the new program and complete a master's degree in Community and Regional Planning within five years.

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Temple now accepts plastics #1-7. From today through Friday, the Office of Sustainability will award one prize daily to a student spotted using the new recycling bins. 

Today, 8-6 p.m. Main Campus.

Start the morning off with a steaming cup of coffee and a snack, courtesy of the Ambler Campus Registrar/Bursar's Office.

Today, 8:30 a.m. Bright Hall, lobby.

The Career Center will teach the dos and don'ts of networking. Students will learn how to make connections and establish relationships that will help them find internships and land jobs.

Today, 10-10:50 a.m. Speakman Hall, STHM Instructional Computer Lab.

Representatives from the Career Center will be on hand to discuss US Marine Corps officer programs.

Today, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Tuttleman Learning Center, lobby

John Nichols and Robert McChesney will discuss their book Dollarocracy: How the Money and Media Election Complex is Destroying America.  The book discusses how campaign spending and big media shape US politics.

Today, 3-4:30 p.m. Ritter Hall Annex, Kiva Auditorium.

Temple alumna and Holocaust survivor Frieda Tabak and professor emeritus and Holocaust scholar Hanoch Guy will discuss the atrocities that persist decades after the Holocaust.

Today, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tomlinson Theater, courtyard.

Doctor of Music Arts student Najib Wong in trumpet performance.

Today, 5:30-6:30 p.m. Rock Hall, auditorium.

This course will teach the basics of bicycle safety, laws of the road and how to conduct a pre-ride equipment check. Free and open to all Temple students, faculty and staff. Each attendee receives a biodegradable Bike Temple water bottle.

Today, 6-7 p.m. Morgan Hall North.

More events at TU Calendar 
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