Fallen Buildings

“Barton Hall, you’ve been good to Temple and CST. Now it’s time to say goodbye.” Sounds morbid, doesn’t it? That’s what Temple’s College of Science and Technology posted on Facebook on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, with a photo of the nearly demolished Barton Hall in an accompanying photo. Have you ever seen the movie Divergent?... Continue Reading →

Living and Learning

In a Living Learning Community, or LLC, a student shares a living space with fellow students in his or her major or school as a way to encourage stronger relationships among people with common interests. “You can either have a thematic or an academic LLC,” said Cassie Stanford, peer mentor for the Media and Communications... Continue Reading →

Fallen Buildings

CONSTRUCTION TO IMPROVE CAMPUS CONTINUES - "Barton Hall, you’ve been good to Temple and CST. Now it’s time to say goodbye.” Sounds morbid, doesn’t it? That’s what Temple’s College of Science and Technology posted on Facebook on Tuesday, September 22, 2015, with an accompanying photo of the nearly demolished Barton Hall. If you’ve ever seen... Continue Reading →

The Most Obscure Classes

YOU HAVEN'T HEARD OF- With a campus as active, diverse and dynamic as Temple’s, one could only expect an equally interesting range of classes –– and Temple sure does deliver. A student can expect to be both surprised and challenged by an untraditional education. Many engaging and obscure classes exist on campus. Whether studying food... Continue Reading →

Politics on Campus

ELEPHANT AND DONKEY OWLS MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD ON CAMPUS Temple’s student body and faculty represent 150 countries and all 50 states, so it comes as no surprise that campus embodies many varying political ideologies. With the 2016 election drawing closer, supporters from all sides of the political spectrum make their voices heard on campus.... Continue Reading →

Behind the Lens

A LOOK INTO THE LIVES OF FILM STUDENTS Under the School of Theater, Film and Media Arts, Temple offers prospective filmmakers specialized programs to prepare them for future careers in the world of film development and production. Students have the option to take a general approach in film and media arts or pick a concentration... Continue Reading →

Insomnia Theater

FUELS STUDENTS' CREATIVITY FOR 24 HOURS STRAIGHT All-nighters are common occurrences at Temple, but not all of them have to ne at the tech center. Some of them happen on stage in front of an audience. Insomnia Theater is an event hosted by Temple twice a semester where students create an entire stage show within... Continue Reading →

Temple Performing Arts Center

SETTING THE STAGE FOR PHILLY'S ART COMMUNITY The Temple Performing Arts Center (TPAC) is not only open to the arts community all around Philadelphia, but also serves as Temple’s overall performing center, encompassing diversity, inclusivity and creativity. Many prominent people have stood on the stage, including Wolf Blitzer, who delivered a speech of encouragement to... Continue Reading →

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