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Temple University

City Life

How Much Turmoil Can Temple University Take?

It was a momentous day at Temple University. Jason Wingard, the first Black president in the school’s 138-year history, was being inaugurated. Owing to the […]

Smoke from Canadian wildfires continue to wreak havoc on Philadelphia air quality
City Life

When Will This Nightmare End?

Check phillymag.com each morning for the latest edition of Philly Today. And if you have a news tip for our hardworking Philly Mag reporters, please […]

If backyard chickens were legal in Philadelphia, you wouldn't have to spend high prices on eggs at the supermarket like this guy is doing
City Life

With Egg Prices So High, Philly Needs to Finally Legalize Backyard Chickens

One Way to Combat High Egg Prices: Legalize Backyard Chickens The battle over backyard chickens has been going on for years in Philadelphia, ever since […]

graduate students on strike at temple university
City Life

Temple Student Strike Turns Ugly as School Ends Some Tuition Aid

In case you’ve been thinking about nothing but the upcoming Super Bowl, you may have missed the fact that Temple University graduate students are in […]

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What Temple Can Learn From Penn About Making Students Feel Safe

When I moved to Philadelphia from Houston 12 years ago to attend the University of Pennsylvania, I knew immediately that this was a city I’d […]