News

Temple Hosts Citywide Job Fair

Temple University will host the 11th annual Neighborhood Job Fair tomorrow, May 18th, from 9 AM to 1 PM. The fair, which is to be held at the Student Pavilion, is the longest-running and most successful citywide job fair in Philadelphia. View More »

Philadelphia Primary Results: What You Need to Know

Sun, crisp air, and blue skies made perfect ballot-casting conditions for voters who participated in Philadelphia’s primary elections on Tuesday. Here’s a closer look at the election results and what they mean for the near and distant future: District Attorney Race Civil Rights attorney, Lawrence Krasner, clinched the Democratic nomination for Philadelphia District Attorney, winning 38.19 percent of the vote, approximately 58,200 votes, against six other Democratic opponents. View More »

Entertainment

Temple Update’s Senior Send Off: Spring Class of 2017

As is tradition here at Temple Update, we say farewell to our seniors through a montage at the end of the semester. This spring, 24 seniors will walk through studio 3 one last time before they are handed their diplomas. Take a look at some of our fondest memories of the class of 2017. View More »

Tyler Carnival Drops in During Finals Week

  The spring 2017 semester has come to a close and with it comes the Tyler School of Art annual carnival. The carnival celebrates the work students have made over the course of the semester and helps alleviate the stress that comes with finals week. View More »

SportsDesk

Report: Former Temple Wide Receiver Arrested at Miami Music Festival

New York Jets and former Temple wide receiver Robby Anderson was arrested in Miami Sunday, according to a police report. The report said Anderson is being charged with a felony count of resisting arrest with violence and obstruction of justice. It happened at the Rolling Loud Music Festival in Miami over the weekend. View More »