A chalkboard sign at Rad Dish Co-Op.
Local champions
Type: News Story
Rad Dish Co-op café, Temple’s student-run cooperative café, wins SustainPHL Award.
August 25, 2016
Dan Baker in the stands of Citizens Bank Park.
Pitch perfect
Type: News Story
Temple alumnus Dan Baker fulfilled a childhood dream when becoming the Phillies public address announcer in 1972.
July 22, 2016
A man in a yellow shirt standing on a film set.
Alumnus’ film screened at prestigious film festivals
Type: News Story
Derrick Williams, TFM ’98, produced “Ugly,” a coming of age story set in Newark, New Jersey.
June 22, 2016
A woman wearing a black and white dress and smiling.
Ending the cycle of violence
Type: News Story
Jamira Burley, FOX ’12, refused to be a victim of tragic circumstances.
June 9, 2016
Sister Mary Scullion standing in front of a window, looking out on a mural.
A vow of service
Type: News Story
Sister Mary Scullion, SSW ’87, is the force behind Project HOME, which provides housing, employment opportunities, medical care and education for the homeless in Philadelphia.
May 19, 2016
A man in a striped shirt drawing on paper at a desk.
Bringing newsprint to life
Type: News Story
Kevin Sprouls, TYL ’77, credits a Temple connection with helping him get his start at "The Wall Street Journal."
May 10, 2016
A man in a wheelchair wearing his [dis]ABLE brand T-shirt.
Disabling stigmas
Type: News Story
Through his [dis]ABLE brand, Jimmy Curran, FOX ’11, is changing the dialogue about disabilities.
April 28, 2016
A student receiving guidance from a Temple employee.
Alumni report Temple prepared them well
Type: News Story
Gallup conducted a survey of Temple alumni to gauge their long-term success, both at work and in life.
April 15, 2016
Two male Temple alumni working in their graphic design studio.
Impacting through design
Type: News Story
Temple-Made Designers Jason Kernevich, TYL ’01, and Dusty Summers, TYL ’01, have created globally recognized work for Apple, Nike and Starbucks.
April 14, 2016
Philadelphia’s skyline from Temple’s Main Campus
Four with Temple connections named top young community leaders
Type: News Story
Billy Penn recognized these dynamic under-40 leaders in Philadelphia, who are focused on their communities.
April 5, 2016
Brian Linton sitting among United by Blue apparel.
Preserving waterways, one sale at a time
Type: News Story
Growing up surrounded by water in Singapore inspired Brian Linton, CLA ’08, to build an outdoor lifestyle brand with an environmental mission.
March 31, 2016
Justin Rosenberg sitting at a table outside of a honeygrow location.
Alumnus to bring Temple Made business to campus
Type: News Story
Honeygrow Founder and CEO Justin Rosenberg, FOX ’09, returns to his roots by opening a location in Morgan Hall.
March 23, 2016
Yasmine Mustafa outside, looking into the distance.
Alumna empowers women to live without fear
Type: News Story
A trip to South America inspired Yasmine Mustafa, FOX ’06, to use her entrepreneurial spirit for good.
March 17, 2016
Jim Guare standing in front of a drawing of a chemical compound.
Changing lives through groundbreaking research
Type: News Story
Jim Guare, CST ’77, ’83, helped invent Crixivan, an antiviral drug used widely to treat HIV.
March 17, 2016
Two male Temple alumni working in their graphic design studio.
New campaign celebrates Temple community
Type: News Story
Temple's brand campaign expands to show the impact Owls make in their communities and around the globe.
March 17, 2016
Alumnus Ed Boyanoski strikes a superhero pose in a Temple T-shirt.
GratiTUesday: Ed Boyanoski
Type: News Story
Ed Boyanoski, FOX '09, a reinsurance underwriter based in Germany, gives back to Temple wherever he can.
November 3, 2015
Temple cheerleaders and Hooter surprise an alumnus at the Comcast Building.
Owls descend on Comcast for pop-up pride
Type: News Story
Temple alumnus and Comcast employee Nicolas Jimenez, FOX ’08, was surprised with a healthy dose of cherry-and-white cheer during the first-ever pop-up pride event.
October 16, 2015
Tamron Hall delivers the news in MSNBC's ‘NewsNation’ studio
MSNBC anchor Tamron Hall nominated to Temple University’s Board of Trustees
Type: News Story
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