Temple Students Study Away in Arcosanti

Klein College of Media and Communication’s first ever Spring break study away program took place this semester in Arcosanti, Arizona. Twenty-five students, both undergraduate and graduate, participated in the Klein College of Media and Communication’s Arcosanti program over spring break. The program served to as a means in which students could analyze the relationship between... Continue Reading →

Making Change

Temple’s Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) chapter is working to bring awareness to health issues both locally and across the globe. Over the past four years, Temple University’s Chapter of the Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (FIMRC) has been raising funds and awareness for health issues in both local and... Continue Reading →

Reflecting on Freshman Year

Freshmen reflect as their first year at Temple University is coming to an end. Michelle Mateta, an undeclared business major, says that the three words she’d use to describe her freshman year at Temple would be eye-opening, memorable and exciting. Mateta believes her biggest accomplishment this year has been mastering time management, while the most... Continue Reading →

Experiencing Temple

Owl Ambassadors offer the inside scoop on Experience Temple Days   Temple University is becoming a more selective university each year. Submitting nearly 37,000 applications, the class of 2021 is maintaining Temple’s annual record-breaking number of applications. Owl Ambassadors have a busy schedule ahead of them, showing themselves as the face of Temple University to... Continue Reading →

Temple’s Residence Hall Association

A deeper look into the group of students that represent Temple’s on-campus housing life. The Residence Hall Association, commonly referred to as RHA, is an organization that represents the voices of students living on campus. RHA is comprised of two main bodies- each residence hall consists of the Executive Board and Community Councils (Peabody, Johnson... Continue Reading →

Temple’s Career Fair

Temple’s career fair helps students build their professional careers   The Career Fair is one of the regular events held by the Temple’s Career Center. It is an avenue for students to jumpstart their career, as it provides them with the opportunity to network with various professionals from a wide array of industries. For some,... Continue Reading →

HOW MANY SANDWICHES?

The Main Campus Program Board’s PB & J day breaks a Guinness World Record.   Temple’s Main Campus Program Board (MCPB) has broken a record this year. This September during Temple’s homecoming week, its Peanut Butter and Jelly (PB & J) day event broke the Guinness World Record for the most sandwiches made in one... Continue Reading →

Sponsoring Girls going to School

Student organization She’s the First is sponsoring five girls to go school.   She’s the First at Temple University is a chapter of the She’s the First global organization. The global organization aims to provide scholarships to high-potential girls with financial need in order to allow them to graduate. The money raised by college campus... Continue Reading →

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... Continue Reading →

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