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Dom Giordano hosted a forum at LaSalle University to address Ebola and talked to Abass Johnson, a Masters of Public Health Student from Liberia and the head of the Public Health Student Organization and Dr. Nora Jones, a Professor at Temple University’s Center for Urban Bioethics, Urban Health and Policy about dealing with a virus like Ebola in a heavily populated urban community.
Tom Wolf’s campaign for Governor of Pennsylvania is getting a boost from the White House.
Temple defeated #23 ECU 20-10 on Saturday.
October is Disability Employment Awareness Month, and on Friday a Philadelphia non-profit honored companies that hire individuals with challenges, as well as those employees who have overcome them.
Justin Holman passed for two touchdowns and William Stanback rushed for two more as UCF defeated Temple 34-14 on Saturday.
Eighty-four years ago, artifacts were placed into a tin box and placed behind the building’s cornerstone.
Temple University says its preparedness efforts began over the summer, before the start of the semester, when students coming from the Ebola-affected countries were contacted.
Chris reviewed last night’s World Series game between the Royals and Giants, an Ebola scare in Maple Shade, and a man who told President Obama not to touch his girlfriend. He talked to country music star Charlie Daniels at 7:20 and Governor Tom Corbett at 8:20.
“What better way to start the day than the traditional Philly way,” said Forbes editor Randall Lane, who took part in the run up the art museum steps.
Temple football will look to bounce back against UCF.
An asst. professor of intellectual heritage at Temple is committed to giving her students practical experiences through community-based projects.
A Temple professor and Philadelphia Union soccer player continue their efforts to raise money for the fight.
Council president Darrell Clarke, who represents the area around Temple University, says neighbors face public drunkenness and related issues on a regular basis.
The animal rights group is touring college campuses with a high-tech project aimed at letting people see the world from a poultry point of view.