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Lo Último 28 de Abril de 2017

  Monica Logroño and Kristine Aponte host the second episode of Lo último. They discuss Philadelphians coming together to send medical aid to those injured amidst Venezuelan protests, as well as the Day Without Immigrants taking place in Philadelphia on May 1st. View More »
el primer episodio de Lo último
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El primer episodio de Lo último

This is the first episode of Lo último, a news cast entirely in Spanish. Monica Logroño is our host starting our show with news of the bomb dropped by the United States onto an ISIS center in Afghanistan. Later, she sat down with Eli Laban, a senior recently Emmy nominated for his documentary series in Nicaragua. View More »
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Sustainability Week Kicks Off with Food Justice Fair

Temple University’s sustainability week started off with the Food Justice Fair on Monday as student and community organizations gathered to share their locally-grown produce with students and anyone passing by. However, this was more than just a pop-up farmers market. The fair brought forth a theme of awareness about food insecurity among college students. View More »
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TSG Hosts Holiday Clothing Drive

Temple Student Government (TSG) is holding a clothing drive for the public on Monday December 7th, as well as a holiday party later on that same day at 4:00 PM. The clothing drive extends throughout the whole week. The event is also a collaboration with the Black Diamonds Union and Asóciacion de Estudiantes Latinos (ADEL). View More »
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Pennsylvania Conference for Women Returns to Philadelphia

Philadelphia will be hosting the 12th annual Pennsylvania Conference for Women on November 19 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The event, one of the largest women’s conferences in the country, boasts a panel of star-studded guest speakers and seminars about female leadership, career advancement, entrepreneurship, finance, personal development, health, and social media. View More »
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Philadelphia Named First American World Heritage City

Philadelphia made world history and joined the ranks of 266 other cities around the world as America’s first World Heritage City following a vote at the XIII World Congress of the Organization of World Heritage Cities in Arequipa, Peru. Beginning with an initiative led by Mayor Nutter and the City in 2013, Philadelphia was the first city in America to be an approved observer member of the Organization of World Heritage Cities. View More »