WINTER 2017 Issue

Cover Story
Daily determination and explosive strength define the Temple rower.
Visual artist and Associate Professor Elisabeth Subrin makes her feature film debut.
Temple's information science and technology students program a legacy.
At 40, author Mary Elizabeth Williams, SMC '88, was diagnosed with cancer.
Strrategically placed improvements are revitalizing sections of Germantown Avenue.
Campus Voice
Thanks to Laura Reddick, Temple is one of the most military-friendly universities in the country.
Alumni Spotlight
Jana Monaco turned a personal tragedy into a triumph for children born with genetic disorders and th
Alumni Spotlight
New York–based new media artist Angela Washko strategizes to create more inclusive, more empathetic
Alumni Spotlight
When creating the vision for his steampunk epic, Matthew Daley drew inspiration from historical figu

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