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Want to Sing the National Anthem at a Temple Football Game? It Will Cost You. A Lot.

On Saturday night in front of a sold-out Lincoln Financial Field and a television audience projected to be in the millions, East Falls’ Allison Boyle […]


Temple Stadium Not Cool, Say People Who’d Have to Live Across From It

Temple’s football team is killing it this season, and people are pretty pumped about the prospect of building an on-campus stadium. Significantly less pumped, however, are the […]


SEPTA and the Temple-Notre Dame Game

The eyes of Temple Owls fans everywhere, and of the nation, will be on Lincoln Financial Field this Saturday evening when nationally Top 25-ranked Temple […]


Temple Trustee: Yeah, We Want to Build That $100M Stadium

Good morning, Philadelphia, and happy Friday. Here’s what you need to know today: Temple University wants to build a $100 million, 35,000-capacity stadium at the […]


Temple, Philly Newspapers in Project to Create “Paperless” News Future

Philly’s major daily newspapers are getting ready to take a big step away from “paper” — and they’re doing so with the help of Temple […]

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$15 Minimum Wage Activists Interrupt Temple President at Trustees Meeting

Activists with the Philadelphia chapter of 15 Now interrupted Temple president Neil Theobald at a Board of Trustees meeting today, about an hour after marching […]


At Temple, Anxious Students but Cautious Normalcy in Face of Monday Threat

Temple University is among the handful of universities in the region treading cautiously today following threats of a “Beta uprising” on the anonymous message board 4chan. […]


Colleges With Highest Salaries 10 Years Later

Around this time of year, it seems like a new ranking of colleges is released every day. But a new one caught my eye. But […]


Government Drops Charges Against Chinese-Born Temple Prof

Federal officials on Friday dropped charges against the Temple professor they had previously said shared confidential technology to his native China. The feds offered no […]


Temple University’s High-Tech Library Gets High Marks at Civic Design Review

Temple University’s flashy new library went before the Civic Design Review Committee on Tuesday, and it might be an understatement to say that the information-only […]


Temple University Plans to Start Demolition at Barton Hall by End of the Week

Here’s a brief update on the status of Temple University’s upcoming $190 million library project. Patricia Madej of The Temple News talked with Dozie Ibeh, assistant vice […]


Three Mega-Projects Slated for Civic Design Review in September

Let’s delve a little deeper into some major projects facing the increasingly colorful Civic Design Review process, shall we? The meeting starts at 1 p.m. on […]


Should Temple Have Investigated Bill Cosby in 2005?

Temple University is in a strange place these days. Though the sexual-assault accusations that have sullied the once-exalted name of Bill Cosby span decades — […]


Restoration Commencing on 100-Year-Old Temple Boathouse

.@Michael_Nutter speaking @ groundbreaking ceremony for the East Park Canoe House @TempleUniv pic.twitter.com/GI0Wwrk3Bg — Jonathan Todd (@JT_MayorsOffice) July 30, 2015 If you’ve made it from […]


Penn Dropping Essay Portion of SAT Test

Editor’s note: The original headline has been changed to reflect that Penn won’t require the essay portion of the SAT Writing test. Remember way back […]