Abby Whitaker pictured.
Introducing Temple’s ‘Sesame Street’ scholar
Type: News Story
A Temple PhD student has spent the last several years studying Sesame Street.
April 10, 2024
Jennifer Freeman pictured.
What makes the Super Bowl so super?
Type: News Story
Temple faculty members Jennifer Freeman and Bryant Simon discuss why the Super Bowl continues to be so super year after year.
February 6, 2024
 Image of a photo exhibit in a white room on the first floor of Charles Library at Temple University. 
Temple hosts rare photo exhibit of Philadelphia’s history
Type: News Story
Explore Charles Library’s fall exhibit of historical images of Philadelphia by two photographers, Joseph V. Labolito and Jim MacMillan.
December 5, 2023
Bryant Simon pictured.
Stalled progress: The history of the bathroom is a lesson in inequality
Type: News Story
Bryant Simon to publish book that looks at the history of the public restroom
September 21, 2022
An image of JFK Stadium, the Spectrum and Veterans Stadium in 1989.
40 years of historic Philadelphia photography gifted to Temple Libraries
Type: News Story
View over 1,200 rare images of Philadelphia captured by Temple Senior Photographer Joseph V. Labolito that he donated to the University Libraries this year.
August 31, 2022
Image of Temple alumnus Michael Idriss.
The Temple alumnus bringing history to life at the Museum of the American Revolution
Type: News Story
Temple alumnus Michael Idriss serves as the African American Interpretive Fellow at Philadelphia’s Museum of the American Revolution.
July 5, 2022
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
the Metropolitan Opera House on North Broad Street in 1924
North Broad Street: A history in photos
Type: News Story
Peruse a selection of photographs from Temple Libraries’ Special Collections Research Center showing North Broad Street throughout the years.
July 29, 2019
Grad student preserves stories of African-American AIDS activists through oral history project
Type: News Story
While researching his dissertation, doctoral history student Dan Royles interviewed activists who served on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic in African-American communities to uncover the strategies they used to incite action. Royles' collection of interviews is now being archived for the use of future scholars as the African American AIDS Activism Oral History Project.
August 7, 2013
Retracing George Washington’s battles helps Temple ROTC cadets learn leadership
Type: News Story
To cap off their final semester of studies, 17 senior Temple Army ROTC cadets participated in the third annual Trenton/Princeton Campaign staff ride, an activity conducted by military leaders to study historic battles and learn about tactics and leadership.
June 5, 2013
Professor’s new book explores Main Street mystique
Type: News Story
In his new book, "The Death and Life of Main Street: Small Towns in American Memory, Space and Community," Temple professor Miles Orvell analyzes the mythic allure of the small town, as well as its contradictions.
November 20, 2012
Paley series examines history and influence of music
Type: News Story
This fall, Paley Library will take a closer look at the music that moves us through a series of discussions focused on the power of sound.
September 28, 2011