Greek Week 2014 A Success

April 4-12th, Temple University Greek Association (TUGA) hosted Greek Week, a showcase for a variety of Greek chapters to compete for a grand prize, bragging rights and to raise money for various charitable causes. View More »

Graduation Goes “Green”

With commencement right around the corner, graduating students are preparing for their important walk across the graduation stage. Although most will be wearing black robes on May 15th, a collaboration on campus will have some students “going green.” The Temple Office of Sustainability and the Computer Recycling Center (CRC) have collaborated to provide the Class of 2014 with the option of borrowing a free recycled graduation gown. View More »


Fair Food Fair Brings Sustainability to Foodies

Foodies will unite on April 16th in celebration of Temple’s first Fair Food Fair, sponsored by Net Impact group. The Fair will feature chefs, markets and merchandisers providing samples of farm-fresh and sustainable foods or goods. View More »


Women’s Tennis Drops First-Round Match to UCF

The Temple women’s tennis 2013-14 season ended with a 4-0 loss to the 10th seed UCF Knights.  The loss came in the first round of the inaugural American Athletic Conference Championship, hosted by USF, on April 17th.  The match was, however, closer than the score indicates as the Owls forced two tiebreakers. View More »

Missing Linc?

  A $1 million annual increase in rent, as well as a $12 up front payment for continued use of Lincoln Financial Field has once again brought up questions of a possible on campus stadium at Temple University. View More »