Student Saves Fallen Man on Subway Tracks

A Temple student rescued a man who had fallen on the subway tracks last Friday. Richard Montgomery, 21, said he takes SEPTA on a regular basis, and never hoped to witness what he did. Montgomery said he was walking along the platform of the southbound city hall station to board a trolley, when out of the corner of his eye he saw papers flying in the air. View More »
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A Philly “Phave” from Across the Pond

Contrary to popular belief, London has many more cultural foods than originally thought.  However, one Philadelphia favorite has recently managed to earn ranks among all the rest – the cheesesteak. Liberty Cheesesteak is the first official Philadelphia cheesesteak in London because the traditional ingredients are not available in the United Kingdom.   View More »

Women’s Basketball Eyeing NCAA Tournament

With an 18-9 record this season that leaves them third in the American Athletics Conference standings, the Temple women’s basketball team has the NCAA Tournament in its sight. Sophomores Alliya Butts and Tanaya Atkinson, and junior Feyonda Fitzgerald have had much to do with the team’s success, with all three averaging 12 points per game. View More »

TU Hospital Gives Community a ‘Fighting Chance’ Against Gun Violence

Temple University Hospital is taking strides towards helping the North Philadelphia community in the wake of gun violence. After the hospital treated more than 1,200 gunshot wounds last year, Tim Bryan, Assistant Director of Medical Services at Temple University Hospital, started the ‘Fighting Chance’ program to the give the community the power before first responders arrive. View More »