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Temple Physics Chair Charged With Passing Tech to China

Xiaoxing Xi, the physics department chair at Temple University, has been charged by federal prosecutors with passing semiconductor technology back to his native China. The […]


Partial Building Collapse Near Temple University, No Injuries Reported

#UPDATE: Chopper 3 over the scene of a building collapse in North Philadelphia: http://t.co/gHzGAu88TM pic.twitter.com/4KTnz59SyA — CBS Philly (@CBSPhilly) April 28, 2015 It was a […]


WATCH: 4-Year-Old Leah Still Scores TD at Temple Spring Game

A nice bit of inspiration from the weekend: Leah Still running for a touchdown.


Army Reviewing Temple ROTC High Heels Controversy

We told you yesterday that the Temple University ROTC had come under massive criticism from right-wing blogs after cadets wore high heels with their camouflage […]


Temple ROTC Criticized for High Heels

It used to be the insult was: “Your mama wears Army boots.” Now, apparently, it’s changed to: “Your Army cadets wear high heels.” And it’s […]


Morning Headlines: Plans Still Unclear for Temple University’s Burk Mansion

Could Temple University replace one of the last mansions on North Broad Street with a full-service hotel called The Nest? Hidden City’s Bradley Maule reports that, […]

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Local Yogis Launch Fundraising Campaign for Vegetarian Food Truck

Nicole Beddow and Justine Carmine have had a busy six months. Since first meeting at a yoga teacher training at Hotbox Yoga in Manayunk, the […]


Temple Football Players Arrested for Aggravated Assault

The Philadelphia Police Department has announced the arrest of Temple football players Dion Dawkins and Haason Reddick, who turned themselves in after an assault inside […]


Adjunct Instructors Plan March Today at Temple

Adjunct faculty members from colleges and universities around the city plan to march today on Temple University campus, where adjunct instructors are attempting to unionize. […]


Morning Headlines: Former William Penn High on North Broad to Be Demolished

While a specific project has yet to rear its head, the former William Penn High School building on North Broad, a structure that’s been vacant since […]

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INTERVIEW: Out Poet Kevin Killian on His Fascination With Kylie, Visiting Whitman, and the “Tsunami of Genitalia” He’s Bringing to Philly

Kevin Killian is a multi-talented writer who uses his novels, poetry, plays, and stories to talk about LGBT issues from the past and the present. I […]


Morning Headlines: Suit Claims Society Hill Condo Used in Sex-for-Rent Affair

So here’s a bizarre story to start off your Friday morning. According to Morgan Zalot of the Daily News, a “high-powered Brooklyn real-estate mogul” named […]


The Architect Designing Temple’s New Library is Impressive

Architizer’s Matt Shaw has rounded up the three projects that have brought Norwegian architecture group Snøhetta significant acclaim this past year (click the links for […]


Three Reasons Temple’s $100 Million Stadium Is a Big, Bad Idea

An on-campus football stadium at Temple University is a really bad idea. It’s a bad idea for the university. It’s a bad idea for the […]


Morning Headlines: Temple to Construct Massive Library and Common Green Space

Among the projects included in Temple University’s master plan for its main campus is a library, a massive 210,000-square-foot structure that will include a green roof […]