New Kids on the Block

  Class of 2020 has picked Temple as their new home for several different reasons.   Temple University’s Class of 2020 is the largest and most qualified that the university has ever seen. Approximately 5,100 new faces will be on campus this year, a university record, and these new students are among the more competitive classes Temple has seen. Class of 2020’s average high school … Continue reading New Kids on the Block

Temple Applications On the Rise

More people than ever are applying to be a Temple owl   Temple University’s increasing number of applicants is being by noticed the Temple Admissions Office. The amount of Temple hopefuls is increasingly exceeding the number of open freshman, transfer and graduate student places, making Temple a more competitive university each year. Due to the rising number of applicants, Temple’s admissions office is positive about … Continue reading Temple Applications On the Rise

Fall Temperatures, Hot Beverages on Campus

As the temperatures drop, Temple has a variety of places that offer hot beverages to warm you up.   This fall, when it comes to hot beverages, Temple University has a multitude of choices. While students have many different places to choose from, some prefer to stick to their favorites. Steph Connor, a Temple University sophomore, has already picked her favorite. “I’d say Starbucks [is my … Continue reading Fall Temperatures, Hot Beverages on Campus

Best Places to Study on Campus

Best Places to Study on Campus From indoor to outdoor areas, Temple has some comfortable areas to settle in and open the books.   Sky Lounge in The View On the 14th floor of The View apartment building is a study area surrounded by windows. The top floor has a clear view of Penn’s Landing as well as Philadelphia’s skyline. The room is spacious and … Continue reading Best Places to Study on Campus

Reaching his Peak

We Caught Up With Templar Yearbook Alumni Dominique “Peak”Johnson Dominique Johnson may have started from the bottom like many Temple journalism majors, but since graduating from the School of Media and Communication, he has made a name for himself. In early January, he acquired a position covering media and technology at Al Día News Media, a company that documents issues facing the city’s Hispanic community, … Continue reading Reaching his Peak

Campus Hotspots

Places Around Campus Students Frequent the Most With spring semester in full swing, both Temple students and Mother Nature are slowly but surely awakening from their winter slumbers. Warmer weather means more students hanging around popular campus areas, or “campus hotspots.” These places never fail to attract Temple students privileged with a bit of free time. One classic campus hotspot is Beury Beach, located just … Continue reading Campus Hotspots

Temple All Around The World

Temple Students Represent Countries All Around the Globe Temple’s diverse student body is just one of many things that make us proud to call ourselves Temple Owls. From the northern coast of California to the southern tip of Italy, Temple is home to students from all across the world. France, China, Korea, Nigeria and Turkey are just a few of the more than 100 countries … Continue reading Temple All Around The World

2016 Graduates Score Big at Senior Day

Field Hockey On the beautiful afternoon of October 23, 2015, the field hockey team celebrated Senior Day for the graduating seniors on the team. A large crowd of students gathered to watch the game against Georgetown. The team has had a challenging schedule this 2015 season, but that has not deterred the athletes from working together and never giving up. The early challenges in the … Continue reading 2016 Graduates Score Big at Senior Day