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Cycling Circles Around COVID

Cycling Club finds a silver lining in the pandemic Written by Kylee Reader, Photographed by Mackenzie King It’s no secret that the pandemic drastically altered the course of action for many organizations and clubs across campus, as the university was…

TUTV Celebrates 10th Anniversary

A student-run media organization has now been producing for a decade Written by Kylee Reader Temple University Television, TUTV for short, has now been in production for 10 years—and they have no intent of stopping any time soon. As explained…

RefundUs TU Fights For Fair Tuition

Two Temple students create a student movement for lowered tuition Written by Emma Ford, Photographed by Brian Saunders In May of 2020, Temple’s Board of Trustees approved a tuition freeze for the 2020-2021 academic year. The decision came as a…

Breaking Boundaries in Beauty

Alankato Cobb Jr. is one of few men in the beauty sector, but he believes this is an opportunity to transform the industry Written by Emma Ford, Photographed by Alankato Cobb Jr. The beauty industry has been notoriously feminine for…

Support Through Spotify

How Kayleigh Beato strives to provide support through her music Written by Anna Durning, Photographed by Kayleigh Beato Close friends and relatives of Kayleigh Beato, a senior media studies and production major, know that above all things, she is a…

Luck of the Irish Dance

Members of the university Irish Dance team detail their transition after the shift to a more virtual lifestyle. Written by Kylee Reader, Photographed by Isaac Schein and TU Irish Dance Following the rapid spread of the coronavirus, most if not…

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…

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.…