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A Look Inside Temple’s New $175 Million Charles Library

When it came to planning the new Charles Library at Temple University, there was a particular problem Joe Lucia, the school’s dean of libraries, had to […]

City Life

Temple’s Football Program Has Made the Case for a Home of Its Own

It is an unusually warm day for football — 80 muggy degrees under a cloudy sky. The Temple Owls are playing the Maryland Terrapins, the […]

NextHealth PHL

Temple Is the Latest to Join a Nationwide Effort to Diversify Medical Research

Temple University recently announced a partnership with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the University of Pittsburgh to open an enrollment site for the All […]

City Life

Outdoor Smoking Bans Are Spreading — and Useless

Let’s get one thing out of the way: Smoking kills you. It’s the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, and every year half […]

NextHealth PHL

The Path to a Cure: Temple HIV Treatment Milestone Was 5 Years in the Making

Temple University researchers are one step closer to eliminating HIV in humans. This month, a team of interdisciplinary researchers led by professor Kamel Khalili released the results of […]

NextHealth PHL

NextUp: The Philly Brain Researcher Working to Eliminate HIV

“NextUp” is a weekly NextHealth PHL feature that highlights the local leaders, organizations and research shaping the Greater Philadelphia region’s life sciences ecosystem. Email qmuse@phillymag.com with […]

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Foobooz

Temple Students Rally to Save Food Trucks Threatened by Enforcement

A Temple University student has started a petition in support of the school’s 50 food trucks, which will be affected by upcoming enforcement of a […]

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City Life

Why Schools Like Temple Choose to Go Tobacco-Free

On Tuesday, Temple University president Richard M. Englert announced that the school’s North Philadelphia campus will go tobacco-free as early as July 1st. Soon, students will […]

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City Life

Students Petition to Close Temple as Mumps Cases Exceed 70

Earlier this month, we wrote that the mumps outbreak at Temple University had spread to 15 cases. Now, just 10 days later, that number has soared to a […]

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Be Well Philly

This Spin Instructor’s Week Involved Celebrity Sightings and Stolen Cars

Who I am: Raymond Smeriglio (@rsmerg11), 26, living in the Italian Market area What I do: I’m a major gift officer at Villanova University’s Charles Widger School […]

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City Life

Temple Professor and Cultural Lightning Rod Marc Lamont Hill on Being a Dissenting Voice

The Rundown Age: 40 CV, abridged: Professor, Temple’s Klein College of Media and Communication; author, four books, including New York Times best-selling Nobody; columnist, Daily […]

City Life

After Mumps Outbreak, Temple to Require New Students to Get Vaccinated

Temple University will begin requiring new students to be vaccinated against mumps after a recent outbreak of the viral disease. Mark Denys, Temple’s director of student health […]

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Philadelphia Wedding

The Temple Mascot Just Got Married, and The Eagles Mascot Officiated

Valentine’s Day romance is not just confined to the human world, okay? Animal friends can and should get in on the love, especially when their […]

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City Life

Temple Coach Fran Dunphy Deserved Better

Last March 10th, after Temple men’s basketball lost to Wichita State in a conference-tournament quarterfinal, a reporter asked Owls coach Fran Dunphy about his future […]

Business

Jefferson in Talks to Acquire Temple’s Fox Chase Cancer Center

Thomas Jefferson and Temple universities are kicking off the year with a big announcement: Jefferson is pursuing Temple’s Fox Chase Cancer Center. The two organizations have […]