If you’ve visited City Hall, or just passed by it in the last couple weeks, maybe you noticed a colorful neighbor to our nation’s flag—the rainbow flag.   It’s been a symbol of pride and unity for the LGBTQIA+ community since 1978 (it’s a little different in Philadelphia as of last year—more on that later) and the flag is raised at City Hall every June to celebrate Pride Month.   Temple Now talked with Associate Professor of English and Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Studies Brad Windhauser to dig d
The idea of Pride is thought to have started in Philadelphia, says professor
June 26, 2018
If you’ve visited City Hall, or just passed by it in the last couple weeks, maybe you noticed a...
Alexa Phillip
From gymnastics to law enforcement, senior dreams of a life in motion
May 22, 2018
Senior Alexa Phillip’s life has been upside down since she was 6 years old. “My mom told me that...
Rendering of the proposed multipurpose facility and stadium.
Students and faculty share thoughts on proposed multipurpose facility and stadium
May 7, 2018
As Temple continues to research and explore the impact of the proposed multipurpose facility,...
Hooter posing with 6-year-old Gabrielle Labolito.
From kid on campus to Commencement speaker
May 7, 2018
A couple months ago, Gabrielle Labolito,THM ’13, sent her father, longtime university photographer...
Jamal Parker standing near the Bell Tower.
A spoken word send-off to the Class of 2018
May 7, 2018
“Class of 2018, you are the embodiment of tenacity.” There’s no better ambassador for...
Your guide to surviving finals week
April 26, 2018
Know when your final exams are.It might sound crazy that someone wouldn’t know when their exams or...
JOB ALERT: We’re hiring our next student vlogger
April 19, 2018
Temple University’s student vlogger is responsible for representing the university through biweekly...
A group of students wearing Temple gear on campus.
Best reactions to Temple “T” April Fools’ Day joke
April 4, 2018
Coming off our best-joke-of-all-time high, we have a couple things we want to say. First, it was...
A Temple flag at Sullivan Hall.
How the Temple “T” came to be
April 1, 2018
More than 30 years ago, a group of students from Tyler School of Art took a deep breath before...
A drum that shows Temple’s updated lowercase “t” logo.
Temple to adopt significant changes to iconic "T" logo
March 30, 2018
UPDATE: Temple University will not be changing its logo. Long live “T”! April Fools, everyone! See...