(TU)nity at Diversity Symposium

Known for its melting pot persona, “Diversity University”, also known as Temple University, organized a thought-provoking symposium designed to give it’s students, faculty, and staff a voice on ways to further develop its diverse culture. When it comes to understanding diversity, Brittany Boston, a junior Journalism major said, “I think understanding peoples different social economic level, their education level, and also you know their backgrounds; what neighborhoods are they from, and their nationality.” The event consisted of various booths and tables where students were given index cards to record their opinions on how to improve diversity at the University level. View More »

SEPTA Strike Possible as soon as Monday

In a memorandum sent out October 24, James P. Creedon lined out the university’s plans in the event of a SEPTA strike. The strike would affect subways, buses, trolleys. Students who travel via regional rail are not expected to be affected. View More »


Tell Us Your Fave Food Trucks Using #FLunch

Temple Update will be taking suggestions for our F’Lunch series, and wants you to be apart of it. Take to social media — Facebook, Twitter or Instagram — and hashtag #FLunch & we will choose the most popular food trucks. Stay tuned! View More »

Temple Formula Racing’s First Dynamic Test

Residents at Temple Towers had a great view of Temple Formula Racing’s first dynamic test of the school year. Police provided an escort for the club to bring their car to Temple Towers parking lot Saturday afternoon. This was the first time the car has been driven since May.  View More »


Field Hockey Completes Weekend with Two 4-0 Triumphs

Washington, D.C- Amber Youtz put up yet another hat trick (fourth on the season, eighth on career) and led the 16th ranked Owls (12-5, 3-1) to a 4-0 victory of the Georgetown Hoyas (5-10, 0-4). The Owls dominated the entire game, getting 27 shots on goal while the Hoyas only managed two shots overall. View More »

Knights Slash Owls 34-14 as Losing Streak Reaches Two

Entering their fourth AAC conference game of the season, Temple was projected to be in a major bowl game, the Military Bowl, and many looked for the Owls to bounce back after the 31-17 letdown against Houston. UCF is universally known as the reigning Fiesta Bowl champs and despite losing stud QB Blake Bortles and RB Storm Johnson, their still a perennial bowl contender in the AAC. View More »