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The COVID-19 Temple Dining Experience

Temple Culinary Services is taking every precaution possible to protect its students and its workers amidtst a pandemic Written by Emma Ford, Photographed by Michael Seitzinger COVID-19 caused a drastic change in the college experience, robbing students of certain events…

Social Influence at Temple

Hafeezat Bishi is striving to educate people through social media outlets Written by Anna Durning, Photographed by Sierra Henderson and Olamide Yusuf Hafeezat Bishi, a senior communications and social influence major, is also a social media influencer on Instagram and…

Temple Marxists Tackle Virtual Activism

Political organization Temple Marxists shares the ideas of socialism with Temple University Written by Kendra Franklin Temple Marxists, the Temple University chapter of the Socialist Revolution, have been hard at work, educating students on the ideas and works of philosopher…

Ultimate Frisbee at Temple!

As all club sports were designated fully virtual during the Fall 2020 semester, the Temple Men’s and Women’s Ultimate Frisbee teams original plans were flipped upside down Written by Kendra Franklin, Photographed by Grace Woolslayer On July 15, 2020, Temple…

Zoom Zones

How Temple is creating spaces for Students Written by Anna Durning, Photographed by Ethan Puth As students discovered through quarantine, getting work done remotely is hard. There are issues that arise with technology, communication, and a myriad of other issues.…

Campus’ Keepers

Temple’s security guards add a dose of warmth to Temple Temple University is known for many things, from an array of delectable food trucks to the technological wonder of the BookBot. One of these things is how warm and friendly…

Skateboarding in the Ritter Quad

Temples On-Campus Skateboarding Culture According to section 10-610 of Philadelphia City law’s bill NO. 000147, skateboarding on public property is strictly prohibited. In the early 2000s Philadelphia began to crackdown on skateboarding throughout the city, restricting the activity from being…