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Temple Researchers Successfully Eliminate HIV Virus From Human Cells

Researchers at Temple University say they have “designed a way to permanently rid human cells of HIV-1 in a laboratory setting,” making this the first […]

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WHOA: Temple Researchers Edit HIV Out of Human Cells in Lab Study

Crazy cool news out of Temple University today, y’all: As per a just-published study in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from […]

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Interview: David Boardman and the Future of Philly Newspapers

Meet David Boardman. It’s possible you’ve not heard of him, but he may have a lot of influence over how you get your news in […]

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Pitt, Penn State Again Most Costly Public Universities

Pitt and Penn State are once again the most expensive public universities in America, according to a new federal ranking.

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Temple Physics Professor: Stop Tornadoes by Building Giant Walls

Tornadoes cause untold damage, but they’re considered an unavoidable natural disaster. Well, maybe. Temple physics professor and department chair Rongjia Tao says in a new […]

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Civic Journalism Site AxisPhilly Shutting Down

AxisPhilly, the civic local journalism start-up best known for its extensive property tax map last year, is shutting down.

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Lewis Katz Memorial is Wednesday at Temple

A press release from Temple University:

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Bill Cosby to Temple Grads: Algebra Easier Than Cotton Picking

Last Thursday, Temple University held its 127th Commencement Exercises at the Liacouras Center on North Broad Street. Inquirer co-owner (well, at least for now) Lewis Katz […]

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Temple School of Medicine Renamed for Lewis Katz

Temple has announced where the $25 million Lewis Katz surprisingly pledged to donate last fall is headed: The Temple School of Medicine, which will be […]

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Jill Scott to Receive Honorary Doctorate from Temple

Philly’s Jill Scott goes by many names — neo-soul queen, poet, actress — but today she will receive a new title from Temple University, when she […]

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Edie Windsor Honored by Mayor, Community at Temple University

Exactly 10 months after the historic ruling of United States v. Windsor, Mayor Michael A. Nutter proclaimed April 26, 2014 “Edie Windsor Day.” The accolade […]

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Temple Gay Web Series One of the Guys Wins College Emmy

Last night, at a ritzy ceremony in Hollywood, Cali., student producers of Temple gay web series One of the Guys, Michael Busza, Jen Parmer, and […]

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Student Pushes for Temple’s First LGBT Resource Center

Temple media and communications major Michael Busza — who you may also know as creator of the local gay web series One of the Guys […]

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Temple Launches Philly’s First Public Umbilical Cord-Blood Donation Program

Temple University Hospital announced today that it is establishing the city’s first public cord-blood donation program to collect stem cell-rich blood from discarded umbilical cords. […]

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Temple: Eagles Want Big Rent Increase for Linc

The NCAA has been in the news a lot recently: Players want to unionize, the basketball tournament’s Most Outstanding Player sometimes went to bed hungry […]