Temple field hockey is on fire. As this week’s #TemplePhotoOfTheWeek shows, these women are fierce. The photo,captures Rachel Steinman during the victory against Rutgers.

This is our city. View of Center City, taken from Fishtown. #TemplePhotoOfTheWeek

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Temple launches program to curb gun violence in North Philly

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A national program called CeaseFire, proved to reduce gun violence in urban areas, has come to Philadelphia. Based at the Temple's School of Medicine in the Center for Urban Health, Ethics and Policy, CeaseFire conceives of violence as a disease whose transmission can be stopped through behavioral change. The program mixes statistical analysis with the knowledge of those in the neighborhood of the Philadelphia Police Department's 22nd District to target those most at-risk for gun violence.

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New program expands STEM education throughout Pa.

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Further broadening its outreach in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education, Temple launched the Pennsylvania Math Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) initiative during a ceremony at the Philadelphia Navy Yard on August 27.
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President Hart: Temple’s spirit, vitality palpable as fall semester begins

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President Ann Weaver Hart delivers a video message to members of the Temple community as the Fall semester begins.
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TSG prepares for a new year of advocacy

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While many members of the Temple community spent their summers away from campus on vacation, the new leadership of Temple Student Government (TSG) used the summer to plan a full schedule of events designed to engage the university community in service and advocacy.
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Temple creates new scholarship program for North Philadelphia students

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Temple has created 250 four-year scholarships to be awarded over 10 years to students in the North Philadelphia neighborhoods surrounding Main Campus. Temple President Ann Weaver Hart celebrated the 2011 20/20 scholarship recipients at an awards ceremony yesterday with Mayor Michael Nutter and other elected officials.
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Terell Stafford helps train the next generation of Jazz greats

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Since joining the Temple faculty, the award-winning trumpeter has helped shape a thriving musical scene on campus by creating an educational environment where young musicians learn more than scales.

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