A Cappella

You may have seen flyers around campus advertising shows from organizations such as Broad Street Line, Low Key, Jewkebox, Singchronize, Owlcappella or Pitch, Please. You acknowledge the catchiness of these student org names, but have no idea what they do. A cappella is a very unique style of music that involves only voices and no... Continue Reading →

PHETE Club Hosts Jump for Heart

The PHETE club, a group of health and physical education majors at Temple, looks to make a difference on campus by promoting healthy lifestyles through physical fitness. PHETE (Physical and Health Education Teacher Education) is determined to inform students about fitness and health education. Therefore, it is involved in many different events that help promote... Continue Reading →

Block Leaders

Temple Students Breaking The Barrier The divide between Temple students and members of the surrounding community has been present for decades. The issue was thrown into national spotlight in March 2014 when a resident of North Philadelphia hit a Temple student in the face with a brick not far off Temple’s campus. Four non-Temple students... Continue Reading →

Sorority Spotlight: Alpha Xi Delta

In the spring of 2014, Temple welcomed Alpha Xi Delta to its campus. Alpha Xi Delta is a sorority founded on the principles of sisterhood, leadership, knowledge and service to the community in 1893 at Lombard College in Galesburg, Illinois. 122 years later, Temple’s chapter of the organization began. Alpha Xi Delta president Meera Ruparelia... Continue Reading →

Leading Latinas Through Language

Katey Steinberg believes that language has the ability to empower us. The senior biology and Spanish double major has used her education from Temple to create a positive force in Philadelphia’s Latino community. Through her work with Temple’s Diabetes Prevention Program (DPP) and Temple University Hospital, Steinberg has been able to utilize the Spanish language... Continue Reading →

The Jazz Ensemble

Leading Through Rhythm When thinking of musical groups at Temple, a talented array comes to mind, including Temple's Jazz Ensemble. The Boyer College of Music and Dance produces talented musicians in genres ranging from classical to hip-hop to jazz. The Jazz Ensemble consists of The Jazz Band, Lab Band and Jazz Band Number Three, each... 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 →

New Spots to Eat Around Campus

TEMPLE EXPANDS CULINARY SELECTION- With a campus as diverse as Temple’s, you are bound to come across some interesting places to eat. Temple boasts almost every cuisine imaginable, from the halal food carts and Chinese food trucks, to the late night hotspot known as U Got Munchies. But for the seasoned Temple foodie, what are... Continue Reading →

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