DAPL Construction Halted, Philly Native Present

The Dakota Access Pipeline has been denied access through Native Sioux lands this week. After over eight months of protesting which brought together more than 500 different tribes, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers deemed the project potentially too hazardous for the environment. View More »

Finals Week: Tips and Tricks

A group of students in the library can be seen making their study guides. Other students can be seen exchanging notes; making sure everything is up-to-date. And in the classroom, a student asks their instructor the age-old question: Is it going to be cumulative?  View More »


Boyer College of Music Presents Family Holiday Concert

With the holidays approaching, students at Temple are getting into the festive spirit by decorating their dorms, drinking hot cocoa, and blasting Christmas music. Listening to Christmas music is one of the best ways to fully get into the spirit, and the Boyer College of Music’s Holiday Concert is the perfect way to hear these classic songs live! View More »


Owls Late Surge Falls Short, Loses to George Washington

The Temple Owls could not find an offensive rhythm until it was too late in their 66-63 loss to George Washington on Wednesday night. In the first half, the Owls found open looks within George Washington’s 2-3 zone but simply could not buy a bucket as they shot 10 of 25 from within the arc. View More »