Tag Student Life

Winter Wonderland in Mitten Hall

Students got their fill of holiday celebrations amid finals season Written by Sarah Allison The beginning weeks of December are typically stressful for most students. With finals coming up, projects due, and classes coming to a close, it can feel…

Ready to Rally

The annual golf cart parade kicks off homecoming weekend. Written by Sarah Allison For the first time since 2019, the golf cart parade and pep rally kicked off homecoming weekend on the Friday before the homecoming football game. Many of…

All Together Now

TUGSA takes a stand against Temple to ensure that graduate employers get paid a livable wage. Written by Virginia Bates, Photographed by TUGSA Student owls have seen an uproar on Liacouras walk after TUGSA, the labor union for Temple TA’s…

One Love: Raising Canes

Raising Canes brings a fresh atmosphere to Temple Written by Virginia Bates, Photographed by Bruce Claxton Philadelphia is no stranger to unique atmospheres, especially in the dining industry. There are numerous restaurants to choose from on and near campus. Temple…

Many Happy Returns to the Tyler Art Mart

Both students and alumni are excited to be back in person at Tyler’s Art Market Written by Lindsay DiSalvo, Photographed by Grace Woolslayer This year was the eleventh annual Tyler Art Market. After two years of holding the Art Market…

I’ve Got Bingo!

IDEAL promotes inclusion and empowerment through games of BINGO. Written by Gracelyn Latham, Photographed by Olivia Guerra As one of the culminating events of Temple’s National Coming Out Week, the IDEAL team promoted Drag BINGO as a nightcap activity after…

Blast From the Past

Temple’s College of Liberal Arts hosts a presentation on the 1918 Spanish Influenza Epidemic in Philadelphia Written by Anna Durning In late October, The College of Liberal Arts (CLA) hosted Dr. Hillary Iris Lowe, Abigail Grueber (Ph.D. student at Temple),…

Student Health Ambassadors Keep Campus Safe

Temple introduces the Student Ambassador program to uphold the four pillars Written by Emma Ford At the start of the 2020 fall semester, Temple launched its Student Community Health Ambassador program as part of the university’s effort to combat the…

America’s Most Historical Election

Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic cadidate Joesph R. Biden Jr. went head-to-head in one of the most controversial elections ever. Written by Emma Ford Nearly everyone can agree that, in the history of this country, there has never been…

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.…