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Immigration order: Temple experts weigh in
Type: News Story
Temple experts provide insight into the ongoing developments and debate around President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration.
February 14, 2017
Cable news is not polarizing America, says Temple political scientist in new book
Type: News Story
At a time when ideologically-based news options on cable television are proliferating, many are concerned that such programming may be polarizing American voters. But, in his new book Changing Minds or Changing Channels: Partisan News in an Age of Choice, Temple political scientist Kevin Arceneaux shows that partisan news is not polarizing America.
September 13, 2013
Temple faculty featured on acclaimed public radio program
Type: News Story
This month, four Temple faculty members have been featured as guests on WHYY-FM's acclaimed "Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane." Topics discussed ranged from President Obama's inauguration to the GRAMMY nominations that Temple University Symphony Orchestra received last month.
January 29, 2013
Temple's student radio station to join leading national service
Type: News Story
Clear Channel Media and Entertainment has announced that WHIP, Temple's student-run radio station, will be one of 14 college radio stations selected to pilot a new "college radio" genre on iHeartRadio, the media giant's free, industry-leading digital radio service.
February 2, 2012