News

Campus Safety Services and Temple EMS impress in active-shooter scenario

Temple Police Officers, EMTs, and other safety officials trained for an unexpected emergency at Barton Hall Wednesday morning. Officials participated in an active-shooter scenario to which actors reenacted a shooting scene in Barton Hall. The shooter was played by a white male wearing a black hooded sweatshirt, cargo pants, and a black backpack enshrined with the Temple “T”. View More »

President Theobald Thanks EMT Students

Aid for the recent Amtrak derailment in North Philadelphia required a united effort from members of the Philadelphia community. Tuesday morning, Temple President Neil Theobald recognized those aid efforts made from the Temple Community in a five paragraph letter sent by email to students and faculty. View More »

Entertainment

Students Gain Exposure Through Aperture

Photography students exposed themselves in a visual display of their works over the past semester.  The event took place in Annenberg Hall on Tuesday. It featured the work of Dr. Edward Trayes students. Trayes said this year’s work is some of the best yet. View More »

Philly Food Challenges: Philly Taco

Reporters Jon Dimuzio & Jenna Meisner take on the Philly Taco, a Philly Food Challenge made of a Jim’s Cheesesteak wrapped in a Lorenzo’s Pizza Slice. Both eateries can be found on South Street, take a look at how Jon did with his first #PhillyFoodChallenge. View More »

SportsDesk

Will Cummings agrees to terms with the Houston Rockets

The last time we saw Will Cummings on the court in a Temple Owls uniform, he was surrounded by his teammates on the floor at Madison Square Garden, following an NIT semifinal loss to the University of Miami. Cummings was trying to hold back tears, after coming to the realization that he had just played his last collegiate basketball game. View More »

Title Created for Clark

  Former Temple athletic director Kevin Clark will take on the role of the newly created position of executive vice president and chief operating office. President Theobald made the announcement on Monday, and the appointment needs to be approved by the Board of Trustees. View More »