The Women’s Gymnastics Team

Creating a New Start Above every other practice, the women’s rowing team values teamwork. Lily Papaleo, the captain of the rowing team, said the sport demands a high amount of strength and endurance, as well as working with other teammates. Papaleo fell in love with rowing years ago and has not looked back since.  “I started rowing as a freshman in high school and got … Continue reading The Women’s Gymnastics Team

Rowing

Schuylkill Superstars Above every other practice, the women’s rowing team values teamwork. Lily Papaleo, the captain of the rowing team, said the sport demands a high amount of strength and endurance, as well as working with other teammates. Papaleo fell in love with rowing years ago and has not looked back since.  “I started rowing as a freshman in high school and got hooked on … Continue reading Rowing

Hungry for the Big East Title

Returning players look to take the lacrosse team to new heights After a disappointing end to the 2015 season when the women’s lacrosse team missed out on the Big East Tournament for the second straight year, the team is coming out hungry this year. The Owls are aiming to improve over the 2015 season, where they finished sixth out of eight teams in the conference. … Continue reading Hungry for the Big East Title

74 Years in the Making

Temple Defeats Penn State The highly anticipated day had finally arrived: Temple’s football team was about to face its biggest rival in the first game of the season. Fans, students, faculty and alumni gathered at Lincoln Financial Field on September 5, 2015 to witness a game that would soon make history. Temple students filled sections of the stadium donned in their cherry and white attire.  … Continue reading 74 Years in the Making

A Cappella

You may have seen flyers around campus advertising shows from organizations such as Broad Street Line, Low Key, Jewkebox, Singchronize, Owlcappella or Pitch, Please. You acknowledge the catchiness of these student org names, but have no idea what they do. A cappella is a very unique style of music that involves only voices and no instruments. It can include imitating instruments and percussion, clapping, stomping, … Continue reading A Cappella

PHETE Club Hosts Jump for Heart

The PHETE club, a group of health and physical education majors at Temple, looks to make a difference on campus by promoting healthy lifestyles through physical fitness. PHETE (Physical and Health Education Teacher Education) is determined to inform students about fitness and health education. Therefore, it is involved in many different events that help promote health to everyone, whether they are members or not. “We … Continue reading PHETE Club Hosts Jump for Heart

Block Leaders

Temple Students Breaking The Barrier The divide between Temple students and members of the surrounding community has been present for decades. The issue was thrown into national spotlight in March 2014 when a resident of North Philadelphia hit a Temple student in the face with a brick not far off Temple’s campus. Four non-Temple students were involved in the incident, which sparked many questions regarding … Continue reading Block Leaders

Cecil B. Moore Subway Station

Temple’s Takeover It’s no mystery that Temple is slowly taking over Philadelphia. With all the success the school had this year in terms of academics and athletics, it has become a well-known entity in Philadelphia. However, when the entrance to the Cecil B. Moore subway station (located on campus) was remodeled in Temple colors, it rose the question – how much is too much? The … Continue reading Cecil B. Moore Subway Station