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Tyler School of Art Hosts Alternative Art Exhibit

As sustainability week came and went, some Temple students used the week as an inspiration for new art. Inside the Tyler School of Art, students opened the doors to a very unique art exhibit. The Fibers and Materials Studies class participated in the Alternative and Found materials art exhibit where students used all sorts of recycled or industrial products as the medium for their work. View More »
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Linvilla Orchards

Linvilla Orchards located in Media, Pennsylvania offers many options for fall activities, including pony rides, a petting zoo, playground, games, and a train ride for children. Brett Morgan from Flourtown, PA visited Linvilla Orchards with his family and shared, “It was my first time here at Linvilla Farms. View More »
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The SEPTA/Diamond Dollar relationship a no-go

How would you like to hop on the subway, but instead of waiting in line to buy tokens, you just swipe your OwlCard? There has been talk around campus that this is likely to happen, but although there have been conversations about it between Temple University and SEPTA, the rumors that students will be able to use Diamond Dollars with SEPTA are exactly that. View More »
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Football Facility Adds Solar Panels to Roof

The Edberg Olson football complex is under going a new look with the installation of solar panels on the roof.  This is Temple’s latest effort in their continuing initiative for more sustainability and renewable energy on campus. Temple University teamed up with community energy incorporation and has agreed to begin a solar panel project on the roof of Edberg Olson hall on 10th and diamond streets starting this week. View More »
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Assault and Robbery in Anderson Hall

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwxGQnteb4w&feature=youtu.be Temple Police sent out additional information via TU Alert Wednesday morning at 7am on the assault and robbery of 81-year-old Professor Gopalakrishnan Veeraswamy in Anderson Hall the previous day. The assault took place between 11:20-50am on Tuesday. Police say the suspect entered Veeraswamy’s office, punched him in the face and demanded his wallet at knifepoint. View More »
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Free Recitals at Rock Hall

Boyer College of Music and dance at Temple University holds a variety of free concerts throughout they year. This week’s faculty and guest artist recital was at Rock Hall auditorium on Tuesday.  Violin instructor Vladimir Dyo performed a variety of classical pieces along with guest artists Ogaden bar David on cello and Hugh Sung on piano. View More »
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College Students Spooked at Terror Behind the Walls

Since its conversion to a National Landmark and haunted house, the Eastern State Penitentiary has been attracting college students from all over. “Well I think it’s a great attraction for college students because its an opportunity to get together with your friends have a great safe evening fun and entertaining get scared completely out of your mind, and laugh joke around have a great time. View More »
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London Report: Advising Students Abroad

  (Robert Monroe and Mariana Zimmerman are reporting for Temple Update while participating in the Temple London Study Abroad program this semester. Robert Monroe reports on the dual role of one faculty member.)   Temple Students are entering their seventh week in London, but they didn’t travel across the pond alone. View More »