Protestors Greet Trump at State of the Union
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Protestors Greet Trump at State of the Union

President Trump’s first State of the Union address was met protests before he even arrived at the Capitol. Protestors took over a corner of 3rd and Constitution Avenue ahead of the speech, hoping to catch a glimpse of the motorcade. Four women, who showed up with cut out letters spelling the word ‘liar,’ told the officers keeping protestors on the sidewalk “if he drives by, don’t block our signs.” Just minutes before the 9pm announced start, four presidential limousines made their way past the crowd, drawing large boos and chants of the twenty-fifth amendment – the amendment of impeachment. View More »
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Owls Earn Big Conference Win Over UConn 85-57

By: Carl Tienabeso After coming off of a close win against Southern Methodist University, the Uconn Huskies were looking to steal an AAC conference win on the road in Philadelphia against the Temple Owls. UConn’s basketball program again is in hot water with the NCAA, as they’ve been issued an inquiry into the men’s program over a suspicion of recruiting violations. View More »
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Owls Drop to UCONN 113-57

It is difficult to think of at of a bigger loss than what the Owls just endured.   The Owls fell to #1 ranked UConn 113-57, in a game where they just stood chance.   UConn, even though they were undefeated, has struggled recently and made this game, as a statement game, to prove that they are not a force to be reckoned with or taken lightly. View More »
Entertainment

Temple Theater has a Spotlight in the Wilma Theater’s “Passing Strange”

Owls are everywhere… even in a Tony Award-winning rock musical! The Wilma Theater is putting on the musical of a lifetime, Passing Strange, a story of a rebellious young black man as he journeys to Europe in search of something “real.” The music takes center stage as the audience travels from gospel-soaked South Central LA, through psychedelic Amsterdam, to militant Berlin and back. View More »
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Temple Takes Next Step Toward Multipurpose Facility

On January 18th, President Richard M. Englert announced that Temple University will be taking the next steps in building a multipurpose facility on campus. In an email sent to the Temple community, Englert said, “I’m pleased to report that Temple is taking the next step in evaluating the potential for a multipurpose facility, including retail space and a stadium, on our Main Campus.” Talk about a stadium being built on campus has lasted almost two years, and it has caused great controversy with the people who live locally. View More »