It’s Not an Organization — It’s Family

E-board members share how TUPAC is not just your average club as it approaches its 25th anniversary. To outsiders, the black jacket with TUPAC’s logo might mean nothing -- but to members of the club, it symbolizes family, or “kapamilya.” The Temple University Philippine American Council (TUPAC) is a student-run organization that promotes knowledge, awareness... Continue Reading →

Dante Moreno’s Grind is Nonstop

Student at Temple balances school, work, and making his dreams come true. When Dante Moreno first hosted his high school’s pep rally, he knew he never wanted to put the microphone down again. "High school is where 'TizzTheInfluence' was born." Moreno said. Moreno, a senior Communications major with a focus on Entrepreneurship at Temple, is... Continue Reading →

Uzuri Dance Company: Daughters of the Sun

Representation matters, and the women of Uzuri Dance Company are demonstrating that with each step While watching Uzuri Dance Company perform, one thing became clear: the magic of women of color is powerful. Specializing in contemporary modern dance, the organization is the only dance company on campus with a mission statement aimed at women of... Continue Reading →

Meet Temple’s Love Your Melon Campus Crew

The organization works to bring joy and love to children with cancer Most people remember their childhood as time of playing outside in the sun and simply being happier. But for a child with cancer, the experience can be drastically different. Temple’s Love Your Melon (LYM) crew works to make that experience a little brighter.... Continue Reading →

The Face Underneath the Makeup

Jaya Bolden: Student, sister, makeup artist, entrepreneur Starting your own business is not easy, especially for senior communication studies major Jaya Bolden. She faced criticism from her family when she first explored her passion for cosmetics. “I would ask my parents for makeup brushes and eyeshadows and they did not know why I was buying... Continue Reading →

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