Dow Jones Looks for Interns at Temple’s SMC

The Dow Jones News Fund visited Temple last week to speak with students about joining their summer internship program. Initiating in 1958, the Dow Jones News Fund provides paid internship opportunities to college juniors, seniors, and graduate students. The fund is also a non-profit organization established to promote careers in journalism in the digital age. View More »

Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine Campaign at Penn Days Before Election

Hillary Clinton & her running mate Tim Kaine rallied supporters at Penn Park on the University Pennsylvania campus, her opponent’s alma matter, on her second stop of a day-long joint tour in Pennsylvania. Just after campaigning earlier in the day across the state in Pittsburgh, the two candidates spoke on a windy Saturday night outside on a stage set against the Center City skyline to a crowd of over 7,000 people. View More »


Apple and Pumpkin Picking Right Around the Corner

Searching for the perfect pumpkin to carve, and finding the crispiest apple to put in apple pie, are among the most beloved fall time traditions. Sometimes it is difficult for college students, especially those in the urban settings, to find a place to go where they can participate in these fall festivities. View More »

Temple Student Creates New Chapter of Generation United Nations

Over the summer in 2016, sophomore journalism major Ayah Alkhars decided to implement a new association for Temple students to participate in. She recently founded the Temple University Chapter of Generation United Nations to help place the future of the world in the hands of students. View More »


Owl’s Keep Playoff Hopes Alive By The Slimmest of Margins

  Philadelphia, Pa – 110 minutes of double overtime play saw no official winner with the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes (7-4-4) and Temple Owls (9-5-2) ending with a tied score of 1-1. A win is what the Owls wanted but a loss is something their conference playoff hopes wouldn’t have been able to digest. View More »

Temple Field Hockey Win Against Quinnipiac (3-2) Reaching Closer To The Big East Tournament

Philadelphia, PA– The Owls (6-10, 3-3) were able to pull out a win on Friday afternoon, as they needed the win to continue their season as competitors in the Big East Tournament. After a turn of events in the first half against Quinnipiac, the Owls were still able to come out on top as freshman Maddie Merton, and redshirt junior, Sarah Keer displayed their outstanding skills. View More »