HootaThon: Bringing Temple Together
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HootaThon: Bringing Temple Together

Yesterday, they ran across the Lincoln Financial Field for the Cancer Awareness Football game. But any other day, HootaThoner’s are raising money and awareness of their organization, putting all of their passion and spare time into bettering the lives of kids at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. View More »
PRSSA Cady Drive
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Temple’s PRSSA Holds Candy Drive for “Safe Halloween” Children’s Party

The Temple University Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) held a candy drive to collect candy to donate families of the 22nd District of Philadelphia for their “Safe Halloween” party for children. PRSSA’s Director of Community Service, Erin Quiles, connected with a representative from the Northeast Treatment Center to inquire about new service opportunities. View More »
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Easy Halloween Dorm Decorations

With Halloween just days away, some might say the best part of this fun holiday are the decorations: pumpkins, witches, ghosts, and orange lights are among the fan favorites. Getting in the holiday spirit can be a tad difficult when living in a dorm room, but these simple Halloween decorations can make anyone feel ready for Halloween. View More »
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“Wicked” Events with MCPB

The Main Campus Program Board (MCPB) at Temple is one of the best ways to participate in cool and fun events on and off campus. Some exciting upcoming events include a trip to see Wicked on Broadway in New York City, and an outdoor “Moonlight Movie” screening of horror film Don’t Breathe. View More »
Campus increases security following ID card expose.
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Campus Reacts to Student ID Story

Temple University student Alyssa Mancuso told us she used a Target gift card to gain access into several buildings on Temple’s campus. In order for students to gain entry into buildings at Temple, they need to show their student ID. Alyssa Mancuso said she got into places like Weiss, Alter, and Gladfelter Hall, the Tech Center, and Tyler School of Art. View More »