Temple University Graduates Largest Class In School HistoryTemple University's Class of '17 was the largest in school history. More than 9500 students received their degrees at the Liacouras Center.
Philly DA Candidates Continue Effort To Distinguish Themselves In Crowded FieldWith Philadelphia's primary election just two weeks away, there still is no clear front-runner in the race for Democratic District Attorney nominee.
Temple's Haason Reddick Drafted By Arizona Cardinals 13th OverallFormer Temple University standout Haason Reddick started as a walk on and rose to be a star.
Entrepreneurs Compete To Be Their Own Boss At Temple UniversityTemple's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute is holding its 19th competition for those affiliated with the university who have a dream for their future.
Temple Product Could Be One Of First Players Selected In Upcoming NFL DraftGrowing up in Camden, and then playing right across the river with the Owls, Haason Reddick has defied the odds to become a top prospect.
Temple Renames Communication School To Honor Lew KleinOn hand were hundreds of current students, Temple alumni and friends of Klein.
Budding Entrepreneur Finds Unique Location For Cell Phone Repair BusinessA recent graduate of Temple University has launched a business that will keep him on campus for the foreseeable future.
Temple University Tops List Of Most Sexually Active College Campuses  It seems students at Temple University are doing a lot more than studying.
Temple Puts Increase In Room And Board On HoldA skeptical Mayor's Office noted this is the third increase in four years and questioned the role Temple's stadium project was playing.
Temple University's Historic Boat House Back To Its Former GloryTemple University’s rowing teams officially have a place on the Schuylkill River,
Local Universities Scramble To Contact Students, Faculty Affected By Trump's Travel BanOver the weekend, higher-ups at many universities scrambled to contact any students, scholars, or faculty who may be affected by the changes to federal immigration policy.
From Bones To Brains: 8th Graders Learn About Healthcare From Temple Medical StudentsIt was a day of learning and fun. 8th grade students from Dunbar Promise Academy were learning about hands only CPR to the beat of the Bee Gees.

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