Power Restored

Power has been restored to Carnell, Conwell, Shusterman and Sullivan halls. A TU Alert issued just before 11:00 pm Monday said all normal operations will resume at those buildings on Tuesday. Power was cut Monday afternoon to Carnell, Conwell, Sullivan, Shusterman and Pearson-McGonigle halls after city-employed crews working on Broad Street reportedly cut through a power main, according to a TU Alert.  View More »

Dilworth Park’s Opening Makes a Splash

Temple students and the Philadelphia community are coming together to welcome a new gathering space in the city’s heart. Dilworth Park, located in the what was once Dilworth Plaza on the west side of City Hall, had it’s grand opening September 4th. View More »


Restaurant Week Returns: Going Gourmet On A Budget

Center City’s Restaurant Week is in full swing once again. For the past twelve years, restaurant week has offered customers discounted prices at select Center City restaurants. The event now takes place four weeks out of the year: two weeks in September and two weeks in January. View More »

Apple Takes a “Bite” out of the Tech World

This Tuesday was a big day for Apple as it took a “bite” out of the tech industry with its latest developments, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple Pay and the much anticipated, Apple Watch. The two newest versions of the iPhone, the 6 and the 6 Plus, feature bigger screens, a thinner, aluminum body and glass front that curves around the sides holding over 1 million pixels. View More »


Owl Should Not Overlook Lowly Hornets Saturday

Coming off of a 31-24 loss to Navy, the Owls entered their first bye week and prepared for their next affair against Delaware State. DSU currently is in the FCS, Football Championship Subdivision, and has started the 2014 season 0-3 losing to Monmouth, in-state rival Delaware and Towson. View More »

Volleyball Team Suffers Defeat in Brooklyn

BROOKLYN, N.Y. – After losing the first match they played on Friday night, the Owls went into their matches on Saturday looking to rebound against Northern Kentucky (6-2) and LIU Brooklyn (7-3) in the LIU Brooklyn Blackbird Invitational. Despite valiant efforts to defeat North Kentucky, the Owls were dropped in a four set match for their second defeat of the season. View More »