Campus News

Mary DeMaio and Wayne Stewart outside their antique shop in Cape May
Temple docs saved her life, so she’s thanking them with her legacy
Mary DeMaio was once told she was too high-risk for a kidney transplant—but Temple doctors performed the surgery, saving her life.
October 14, 2019
Mitchell Morgan portrait
From store clerk to board chair, Mitchell Morgan’s story is the essence of ‘Temple made’
Mitchell Morgan’s humble beginnings working as a store clerk in North Philadelphia shaped his vision as Board of Trustees chair.
October 9, 2019
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In the media: Temple experts weigh in on trending topics
Read highlights from recent appearances by Temple professors in the national and international media.
October 9, 2019
exterior of Charles Library
In the media: What reporters are saying about Charles Library
Temple University’s Charles Library has drawn positive publicity from media outlets locally, nationally, and internationally.
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Two digital scholarship programs help Temple throw the book at big textbook expenses
Temple’s Textbook Affordability Project and the newly established North Broad Press are encouraging faculty to give their students access to open educational resources.
cardio equipment at Temple IBC Student Recreation Center
Sneak peek: The newly renovated Independence Blue Cross Student Recreation Center
The IBC underwent a full renovation this summer. Take a look at the new space.
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Getting to know Temple’s newest students
Temple University’s newest students come from 47 countries, 40 U.S. states, and five continents.
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Temple freezes undergraduate base tuition for Pennsylvania students
Temple University established its tuition and fees for the 2019–2020 academic year.
Lew Klein
Celebrating the life of Lew Klein, 1927–2019
Follow the broadcast pioneer’s illustrious career and impact on Temple University through photos.
Lew Klein sitting in a TV studio
Media industry takes to Twitter to honor “icon” Lew Klein’s generosity and mentorship
See how Klein affected many professionals’ lives and careers in their tweets.
Lew Klein standing in a television studio
Broadcast pioneer Lew Klein, 91, namesake of Temple’s Klein College of Media and Communication
Klein left an indelible mark on Temple, where he dedicated 67 years to educating the next generation of media and communication professionals.
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Temple Libraries launches interdisciplinary cultural analytics certificate
The Cultural Analytics Graduate Certificate is the first such program in the Philadelphia region.
Students taking a selfie with Temple mascot Hooter
Owls take giving back to the next level during Global Days of Service, Temple Toast
This year’s Global Days of Service and Temple Toast saw major contributions from the Temple community.