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Penn State to Honor Joe Paterno at Game vs. Temple

Penn State will honor Joe Paterno before its home game against Temple this season, according to a press release about the season’s promotional schedule. On […]

City Life

REVIEW: Mauckingbird Theatre’s The Pirates of Penzance Is a Queer Swashbuckler

It’s hard to produce an entertaining pirate play in 2016, and even more difficult to pull off a remake. But Mauckingbird Theatre Company’s latest production […]

Pearl Theatre at Avenue North
City Life

Goodbye to North Philadelphia’s Decade-Old Pearl Theatre at Avenue North

North Philadelphia is losing a precious pearl. The Pearl Theatre at Avenue North closed abruptly this weekend after 10 years of business on Temple University’s campus […]

Foobooz

Paesano’s Opens at Temple, NoLibs Moves; Menu Expands

Paesano’s Old Style Sandwiches officially says goodbye to its original location at 152 West Girard Avenue as it opens this morning at 148 West Girard […]

Temple logo / Big 12 logo
City Life

Temple Is Trying to Get Into the Big 12

Temple’s athletic team is trying to join the big boys. There are five “power conferences” in college sports: ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, Pac-12 and […]

City Life

Clinton’s Post-DNC Campaign Rally to Move Indoors at Temple

Hillary Clinton‘s scheduled campaign rally for Friday will be moved indoors to Temple University’s McGonigle Hall because of predicted thunderstorms. The rally, which will open […]

City Life

Theobald Agrees to Resign as Temple President, Board Says

Temple University President Neil Theobald has agreed to resign as president of the university effective August 1st, the Board announced on Thursday. 

Provost Hai-Lung Dai
City Life

Former Temple Provost Fires Back Over Allegations of Mismanagement, Harassment

A day after Temple University’s Board of Trustees announced its intention to fire President Neil Theobald, former provost Hai-Lung Dai, who was abruptly removed from […]

City Life

Temple Board of Trustees: No Confidence in President Neil Theobald

Temple University’s Board of Trustees took a vote of no confidence in university president Neil Theobald Tuesday afternoon. The board will seek his dismissal at […]

City Life

6-Year-Olds Will Be in College When Temple Plays Oklahoma

The Temple football team is on a bit of a hot streak. The team opened 7-0 last year, beating Penn State, and finished 10-4. The […]

JoAnne A. Epps was nominated as Temple University's provost.
City Life

Temple Nominates Law Dean JoAnne Epps to Become Provost

Temple University has nominated JoAnne A. Epps, the dean of the Beasley School of Law, as its new provost and executive vice president, the university announced […]

Provost Hai-Lung Dai
City Life

Temple’s Provost Removed Amid Aid Funding Shortfall

Temple University’s provost Hai-Lung Dai was removed Tuesday amid a $22 million shortfall in financial aid, the Inquirer reports. Dai has been “relieved of his administrative responsibilities, […]

A Mars bar chocolate bar.
Be Well Philly

Temple Profs Figured Out How to Reduce Fat in Chocolate Using Electricity

A group of local physics professors from Temple University have come up with an innovative approach to manufacturing chocolate that reduces the fat content. Their findings, […]

Liacouras Center
City Life

Olney Charter High’s Graduation at Temple Interrupted by Bomb Threat

Olney Charter High School’s graduation, held at Temple University’s Liacouras Center (1776 N Broad Street), was interrupted today by a bomb threat.

Business

‘Shark Tank’ to Host Two Casting Calls in Philly This Weekend

Entrepreneurial students at Temple University might find themselves on national TV in a few months pitching their best business ideas. The hit ABC show Shark […]