Campus News

Laura Carnell in her office
The legacy of Laura Carnell (1867–1929), who made Temple what it is today
Laura Carnell, for whom Temple’s Carnell Hall is named, left an indelible mark on the university.
March 8, 2019
Michael LoFurno working on Flower Show exhibit
Temple Ambler’s “Hip Haven” wins major awards at 2019 Philadelphia Flower Show
Constructed by Temple students and faculty, the exhibit incorporates techniques accessible at home and pays homage to 1960s counterculture.
March 5, 2019
students walking on Temple’s Main Campus
Englert promotes Temple’s mission, success in Harrisburg
The president highlighted Temple’s mission of accessibility and programs including Fly in 4 and the Temple Option in his address to lawmakers.
February 26, 2019
Stella and Sherlock at the alter with their handlers.
Owl you need is love: Stella and Sherlock’s wedding
On Valentine’s Day, our favorite two love birds officially tie the knot at Elmwood Park Zoo.
TSG President Gadi Zimmerman
Student government crowdfunds scholarship aimed at student housing and food insecurity
Temple Student Government created the scholarship to help an undergraduate pay for a meal plan and to subsidize housing costs.
student swiping mobile OWLcard
Temple University offers OWLcard on iPhone, Apple Watch
Students, faculty and staff will be able to use their mobile OWLcards to access buildings, purchase meals and more.
Jason Levy holding the Progress Pride flag
Temple becomes first Philadelphia university to display Progress Pride flag
The Progress Pride flag updates the traditional LGBTQ rainbow flag to be more inclusive.
Temple main campus
Temple helps launch national effort to increase college access and equity
Temple will work with eight other institutions and focus on gender achievement gaps and first-generation student achievement.
a student walking by artwork
Art matters: Trustee funds permanent exhibit on campus
Trustee Dennis Alter graciously funded a permanent new exhibit in the Student Center.
people unloading a Giant truck packed with donations
Cherry Pantry receives Giant donation
Giant Food Stores donated 900 pounds of nonperishable food and personal hygiene products to Cherry Pantry.
Doug Bucci and Mallory Weston in studio
New vision for Tyler Metals/Jewelry/CAD-CAM
The trendsetting program has hired two new faculty members and metals artists: Doug Bucci, who takes the helm as program head, and Mallory Weston.
student working with plants
College of Science and Technology celebrates 20th anniversary
CST has reached many milestones since its founding in 1998 while advancing exceptional teaching and scientific discovery.