The broken instruments on display at Temple Contemporary will be used to create an original composition performed by artists from around Philadelphia.
October 24, 2016
The North Philadelphia Health Enterprise Zone, of which Temple is a part, focuses on coordinating resources and improved education.
October 20, 2016
Ulicia Lawrence-Oladeinde, EDU ’05, ’08, will take over direction of the program this month.
September 30, 2016
Temple Health: Block by Block, an initiative that aims to better understand and address the health concerns and needs of communities in North Philadelphia, reaches its 1,000th participant.
The Temple community came together to shatter the Guinness World Record for most sandwiches made in one hour—and all for a good cause.
Students from across the city develop leadership skills and creative solutions to community blight during a six-week internship with Temple’s Apps and Maps Studio.
A 32-page guide offers details and contact information for many of Temple's community programs and resources.
A new community outreach program developed by the Computer Recycling Center brings technology to Philadelphia's underserved communities.
The team partnered with The Fresh Grocer of Progress Plaza to donate food to the Delaware Valley’s largest food bank.
The university, the Marconi Older Adult Program and SEPTA are working to eliminate barriers to using public transit.
The baby box program at Temple University Hospital aims to address the common high-risk behaviors associated with infant mortality.
A record 32 exhibits from Philadelphia high school students will be on display at Temple’s educational celebration of Earth Day.
Owls gathered to help spruce up the Amos Recreation Center and portions of Broad Street during the city's annual event.
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