College of Liberal Arts

Cesali Morales, business manager at Norris Square Neighborhood Project, at Las Parcelas.
Philly Community Wireless offers internet for the community, by the community
Type: News Story
The group hopes to address inequalities in internet access that were highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
October 7, 2021
Leonard and Helena Mazur standing in the College of Liberal Arts
$5 million gift will support the liberal arts at Temple
Type: News Story
Anderson Hall to be renamed in honor of Leonard and Helena Mazur
October 6, 2021
Timothy Welbeck, head of Temple University's Center for Anti-racism Research.
Unravelling systemic oppression through scholarship, advocacy and education
Type: News Story
Timothy Welbeck’s vision for The Center for Anti-racism Research
October 5, 2021
A shot of Homecoming 2019.
After a year hiatus, Homecoming is set to return to universities this fall. Why did we miss it so much?
Type: News Story
Temple faculty members discuss why we missed Homecoming so much in 2020.
September 24, 2021
students and professor on a row boat
Five unique ways to experience Philadelphia’s past
Type: News Story
One professor wants his students to think outside the box when learning about Philly history.
September 17, 2021
Students on Main Campus.
Meet Temple’s inaugural cohort of Cecil B. Moore Scholars
Type: News Story
The Scholars are the first to be selected for a new program that bridges the gap between high school and college for students in North Philadelphia.
September 8, 2021
A young woman crosses the street in Center City.
New Temple program helps unpaid interns
Type: News Story
Unpaid Internship Stipend Program gives students the opportunity to pursue unpaid internships while building their skills.
September 2, 2021
Image of Temple alumna Chelsey Lowe
Temple alumna Chelsey Lowe influences Black lives in Philadelphia and beyond
Type: News Story
CLA alumna Chelsey Lowe uses her skills and expertise to create change in Black communities and businesses.
August 26, 2021
Heath Fogg Davis standing by a staircase with a red background.
How the gender identity revolution impacts society
Type: News Story
With the growing changes to how we identify ourselves, Heath Fogg Davis explains the ways pronouns and names influence our lives.
August 4, 2021
Jennifer Pollitt standing in front of a concrete building, wearing a white t-shirt.
Why aromantic and asexual people belong in LGBTQIA+ community
Type: News Story
Professor of gender, sex and sexuality discusses the positive impact aromantics and asexuals make on the LGBTQIA+ community.
July 6, 2021
Michelle Wu wearing a white shirt and smiling outside of a building.
Justice Through Art gives students a creative outlet
Type: News Story
Justice Through Art, a social justice-themed competition, provided a platform for students’ self-expression.
June 22, 2021
Temple alumna Adjoa B. Asamoah
Championing racial equity at Temple and beyond
Type: News Story
The national advisor for Black engagement for the Biden-Harris campaign, Adjoa B. Asamoah is also the social impact strategist for the CROWN Act.
June 11, 2021
Hall sitting on a railing, kicking out her legs and grinning.
One student empowers others after her disrupted study abroad experience
Type: News Story
Jennifer Hall instills a passion for studying abroad in other students of color.
May 5, 2021
The alumni owl on Main Campus.
How one Owl went from mentee to employee
Type: News Story
The Political Science Department is working to connect students and alumni with career support amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
May 4, 2021
The Philadelphia skyline
Owls join forces to tell the story of Philly’s famed Elfreth’s Alley
Type: News Story
A Temple Made podcast spotlights the lesser told stories of the city’s history.
April 26, 2021
Temple University professor Jamie Fader
How being labeled as a superpredator has impacted a generation of Black and Hispanic men
Type: News Story
Temple Criminal Justice Professor Jamie Fader examined the fallout from the superpredator label.
April 20, 2021
Image of Paige Hill outside of College of Liberal Arts at Temple
Two BIPOC Owls accepted to Ivy League schools
Type: News Story
Distinguished students blaze the trail to prestigious PhD programs.
April 14, 2021
Temple University professor Nguyễn Thị Điểu in Vietnam.
Attacks on the Asian American community are tied to a history of racism and prejudice
Type: News Story
Nguyễn Thị Điểu, an associate professor of history, explains how anti-Asian violence is rooted in a history of prejudice.
April 13, 2021
Judith A. Levine, professor at Temple University and the director of the Public Policy Lab.
Why are women still earning less than men?
Type: News Story
Judith A. Levine, associate professor sociology, explains why women are disproportionately affected by poverty.
March 17, 2021
Alex Voisine standing in front of a cityscape.
Introducing Temple’s first Gates Cambridge Scholarship winner
Type: News Story
A recent College of Liberal Arts graduate makes university history with this selective award.
February 17, 2021
Temple University graduate Amanda Morrison received a Blackstone Launchpad & Techstars Fellowship.
Two Temple Owls receive $5K fellowships for their startups
Type: News Story
Two students, whose respective businesses are focused on creating positive change in the world, receive Blackstone LaunchPad & Techstars Fellowship.
February 10, 2021
The US flag flying against the Philadelphia skyline.
Members of Temple’s community celebrate Kamala Harris’ historic win
Type: News Story
Temple students, faculty and staff share their thoughts on Kamala Harris’ election victory.
January 19, 2021
Nyron Crawford, professor of political science at Temple University.
The impact of Black athlete activism
Type: News Story
A Temple professor expands our understanding of the impact of Black athlete activism on Black public opinion and political action.
December 16, 2020
Author and Temple Professor Laura Levitt stands on the front porch of her home.
CLA professor’s new book, ‘The Objects That Remain,’ explores life after loss
Type: News Story
Temple’s Laura Levitt examines how the objects associated with violent crimes can inform our understanding of trauma.
December 9, 2020
cat sleeping on a laptop
Five hacks for fighting Zoom fatigue
Type: News Story
Check out these tips for combating Zoom fatigue from Professor of Psychology Jason Chein.
November 20, 2020

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