A bill authorizing the delivery of a bicycle sharing system has moved favorably out of committee to the full Council for a spring of 2015 launch with 60-stations and 600-bikes.
The Anti-Defamation League of Philadelphia has sent a letter to Temple University expressing concern over the posts of an adjunct professor on a listserv questioning the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust.
Temple University’s memorial service will be Wednesday at 11am in the school’s Performing Arts Center (formerly known as the Baptist Temple), on North Broad Street.
Katz was a Temple University alumnus and sat on the school’s board of directors, and Council President Clarke’s district includes the university and its surrounding neighborhood.
Among the many people mourning the death of Lewis Katz is his longtime friend, comedian Bill Cosby.
Temple University’s Art gallery is closing out its community awareness campaign in Mantua today with a funeral for a home.
Mass shootings , like Friday’s deadly rampage in Santa Barbara, California, bring to light the highly debated gun control issue.
Graduation ceremonies are on tap this week at universities across the city — and the list of commencement speakers covers the gamut from well-known performers to a recent grad.
Some Temple University students are helping a Bucks County charity “piece” together a fundraiser to raise money for autism.
Temple University’s Associate Director Student Financial Services Kimberly Benns says this means students have to borrow smarter.
The US Department of Education says inclusion on the list “in no way indicates” an institution has violated Title IX, prohibiting sex discrimination, but it’s releasing the list of places it is investigating to “foster better public awareness.”
Philanthropist Kal Rudman will receive a distinguished service award from Temple University Sunday afternoon for unwavering support of the school and its students.
The unidentified victim was not a student, but had been staying as a guest in the Kardon/Atlantic apartments.
For generations of students at top business schools like Wharton, there was a path of a job at Wall Street’s top firms. The path is still there but an investigative author finds fewer students are taking it.
Pa. Senator Vincent Hughes’ office sponsors the free two-day conference kicking off today.