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Large-Scale Movie Screening At Temple University Brings Students Together

By Chelsea Karnash

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – About 1,500 students gathered near Temple University’s library on Thursday night for a massive celebration of their school.

It was called “Temple Made Live.” The building-sized video was shot all over Philadelphia and centered on the accomplishments of Temple students and alumni, as well as the school’s role in the city’s development.

“This is much more than an advertising slogan,” said Nicole Naumoff, the associate vice president for University Marketing. “It’s a mindset — it’s a mission. It’s a way of describing our faculty, students and alumni and showing the world all the amazing things they are doing.”

“Temple Made Live” was projected onto Temple’s four-story Paley Library and the 105-foot Bell Tower. The festivities began with food and music at 7 p.m. before a procession led by the Temple Drum Line took students to the Bell Tower for the screening.

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