CCP Offers Free College For Low-Income Philadelphia Students

Hieu Ngyuen was a high school dropout. He bounced around schools in the Northeast before he gave up. No one from his family had ever been college. Financially, it wasn’t much of an option anyway. Two years after Ngyuen made the decision to give up on school, he changed his mind. View More »

Alumni Weekend Comes to Campus

This weekend marks the fourth ever Alumni Weekend for Temple University. Untraditionally, similar to Temple in many ways, a alumni weekend was not put in place until 2011. This year registration for alumni events have increased by 200% from last year. View More »


Greek Week

  Greek week is a week long competition where members of fraternities and sororities clash for the cause of togetherness. It brings organizations individually together so they can compete with one another. “You could just see the energy that the Greeks brought.  View More »


Star Golfer Goes for Third Straight Tourney Win

  Brandon Matthews is leading his team to victory despite the dreary spring weather. Matthews fired his second consecutive 1-under-par 69 for a 36-hole score of 138 and a 3-stroke victory over Joseph Leavitt of Rhode Island. Matthews is looking to add some more hardware to his wall at this weekends Princeton invitation, a competition he won back in 2013. View More »

Women’s Basketball Loses in Final Four of WNIT

The Temple women’s basketball team’s run in the WNIT ended with an overtime loss to West Virginia University in the semifinals of the WNIT Wednesday night. A late surge for the Mountaineers forced the game to overtime with the score knotted at 53 all. View More »