Campus News

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New General Education course to focus on AAPI identity and experiences
A new General Education course starting in spring 2023 in the College of Liberal Arts will concentrate on AAPI studies.
May 24, 2022
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Support Temple by becoming an Owl Advocate
Owl Advocates support Temple by emailing elected officials, making phone calls and meeting with legislative leaders.
May 18, 2022
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Temple Robotics team prepares for NASA Lunabotics competition
Temple University’s robotics team will head to the Kennedy Space Center in May for this year’s competition.
May 18, 2022
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Temple plans to repurpose former beloved campus bar into an upscale casual dining space
Former campus bar The Draught Horse will be repurposed into an upscale casual dining facility to serve Temple and the local community.
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Temple joins parents for discussions on campus safety enhancements
A roundtable discussion provided parents with an opportunity to share feedback and ask questions.
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Klein College announces launch of the Logan Center for Urban Investigative Reporting
The Logan Center, opening summer 2022, will focus on urban issues including gun violence.
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Temple’s LGBTQIA+ seniors celebrated at Lavender Graduation
Lavender Graduation celebrated LGBTQIA+ students in Temple’s Class of 2022.
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President Wingard shares vision for taking Temple to the next level
Temple's president spoke to university administrators at a recent town hall-style meeting.
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A national championship winning basketball coach joins two healthcare CEOs as this year’s honorary degree recipients
Judith Faulkner, Ken Frazier and Dawn Staley will be honored during Temple’s 135th Commencement exercises.
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Homicides near universities are a crisis that needs immediate action and long-term solutions
Temple University President Dr. Jason Wingard discusses how Temple is taking both immediate actions and also seeking long-term solutions when it comes to combating gun violence.
President Wingard speaks with Former Commissioner Ramsey
President Wingard meets with former Philly police commissioner
President Wingard meets with former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey.
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President Wingard explores campus solutions on bike ride through the neighborhood
Temple University President Jason Wingard met with local residents last Tuesday afternoon.