Donovan Forrest is Increasing Mentorship in Inner Cities

His mentoring organization, Don CARES, is a source of upliftment for the youth in North Philadelphia The beginning of Donovan Forrest’s adolescence was filled with anger, bullying and behavioral problems. His behavior led him to be enrolled in an alternative school yet he continued to release his frustration on his peers and community. It reached... Continue Reading →

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There’s no time to slack as a Lambda

As the only Latino fraternity on campus, Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity have each other’s back like no one else could ever imagine. At the mere mention of what other multicultural organization members have positively said about them, the faces of the Lambda brothers immediately light up. Amongst the MGC, the brothers of Lambda Theta... Continue Reading →

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Tyrell Mann-Barnes Was Born To Make A Difference

Through numerous leadership positions, the graduating senior has pushed for change at Temple As a child, Tyrell Mann-Barnes was homeschooled by his mother. After noticing her son’s love for reading, writing and science, she called him “Mr. Scientist” and “Mr. President” with the faith that it would one day come to fruition. “When I was... Continue Reading →

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ASR: Small But Mighty

Alpha Sigma Rho Sorority, Inc. Epsilon  Chapter flourishes despite its size What does it take to be an Alpha Sigma Rho (ASR) sister? Ask any of the members, and they’ll give the same answer: academic excellence, interpersonal growth, moral development and strength in unity. Temple’s chapter of ASR, the only Asian-interest sorority on campus, was... Continue Reading →

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It’s Not an Organization — It’s Family

E-board members share how TUPAC is not just your average club as it approaches its 25th anniversary. To outsiders, the black jacket with TUPAC’s logo might mean nothing -- but to members of the club, it symbolizes family, or “kapamilya.” The Temple University Philippine American Council (TUPAC) is a student-run organization that promotes knowledge, awareness... Continue Reading →

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Life As A First-Gen Student At Temple

From the disadvantages and pressures, first-gen students speak out on what it is like to be the first in their families to attend college. Being accepted into college is a dream but for first-generation students, it’s also a terrifying and challenging journey to experience on your own. According to a 2010 study by the Department... Continue Reading →

The ShEO of Design

Samantha Joie runs her own graphic design business as an empowered female entrepreneur Without a doubt, you have seen one of Samantha Joie’s designs on campus, and if you haven’t, get ready to see more of her work. As the self-titled “ShEO of Design”, Joie is the go-to Temple student for any graphic design needs... Continue Reading →

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