Shawn Abbott pictured.
Message in Washington Post op-ed resonates with college admissions audiences
February 2, 2022
Last week, Shawn Abbott, vice provost for admissions, financial aid and enrollment management at...
This year, Olympic athletes are under an even bigger microscope
February 2, 2022
Few athletes find themselves under a microscope quite like Olympic competitors. This year, the...
President Wingard meets with community members during a listening session.
Temple launches new campus safety enhancements
January 26, 2022
In late November, Temple University President Dr. Jason Wingard reaffirmed his commitment to...
Bob Saget is pictured with David Boardman, Janet Klein and Lew Klein.
Remembering Bob Saget
January 10, 2022
For eight seasons, Bob Saget, KLN ’78, entertained families across the globe while playing the...
Gregory Urwin is shown taking part in the annual battlefield staff ride for Temples' Army ROTC program.
The battle of Yorktown: Historic victory or tragic memory?
January 3, 2022
In October 1981, Gregory Urwin stood among the crowd of 60,000 at the bicentennial celebration of...
An staff member from Student and Employee Health Services gets ready to administer the COVID-19 vaccine.
Thank you to the 40,000-plus members of the Temple community who rallied to keep campus and Philadelphia healthy and safe
November 22, 2021
On the morning of Aug. 13, the city of Philadelphia announced that all students, faculty and staff...
A fall campus stock scene with students walking.
Temple disburses $39,204,052 in COVID-19 relief assistance to students
November 17, 2021
According to a recent study, 82% of students who received COVID-19 relief assistance noted that the...
Min-Seok Pang of the Department of Management Information Systems pictured.
Study shows verified users are among biggest culprits when it comes to sharing fake news
November 9, 2021
The rise of fake news is one of the sweeping challenges facing the media industry. It’s everywhere—...
Flavia Astete pictured.
International scholarship recipients find themselves at home at Temple
October 26, 2021
When Flavia Astete arrived in Philadelphia and the United States for the first time this past...
Photo of the entrance of the new Anderson and Gladfelter Terrace.
Temple professor discusses our struggles with memorializing tragedy and other stories featuring Temple in the media
October 26, 2021
Seth Bruggeman, director of the Center for Public History at Temple University, discusses our...

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