Students in the Class of 2018 have officially started their college careers, but first they took a #selfie.
September 1, 2014
The Owls opened the 2014 football season, taking on Vanderbilt University. In a touching tribute to Temple alumnus and Trustee Lewis Katz, CST '63, the Owls wore commemorative patches on their helmets. Also debuting during the nationally televised game was the university's new public service announcement.
August 28, 2014
Temple President Neil D. Theobald kicked off the academic year by meeting with students and responding to questions on a variety of issues, including a recent incident at Temple Fest. For more information, read Temple Fest incident Q&A.
August 27, 2014
In case you missed them, here are Temple's top news stories from summer 2014.
The following Q&A details Temple University’s actions in response to the Aug. 20 incident at Temple Fest in which one student struck another during a verbal conflict. This also describes processes moving forward.
Temple alumnus and trustee William H. Cosby Jr. was honored last week by the Writers Guild of America, West, for a skill he honed at Temple: his writing.
Nearly 4,500 freshmen begin classes today. Temple’s Class of 2018 is projected to be the university’s largest and one of its most academically accomplished cohorts.
A new, exclusive agreement Temple has signed with Licensing Resource Group will help increase the reach and impact of the Owls' brand.
August's big national stories emerged from Temple's School of Medicine. Leading the way: an HIV research breakthrough from a team led by Kamel Khalili, Gil Yosipovitch discussing the science of itch on NPR's "Fresh Air" and infectious disease specialist Eileen Farnon joining NBC's "Today Show" to talk about Ebola.
Members of the Temple community officially welcomed students from the class of 2018 to the university at the annual Convocation ceremony, held Friday, August 22, in the Liacouras Center.
For the second year in a row, Temple University has set a new record for fundraising, bringing in $67.9 million for the fiscal year that ended June 30. The year also marked a new milestone for faculty support, which topped $7 million.
Student Move-in kicked off Sunday morning and continues through the week and into the weekend, with approximately 5,550 students moving into university residence halls over a seven-day period.
President Neil D. Theobald has appointed Joyce Wilkerson as his senior advisor for community relations and development.