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Recent Viral Violence Sparks Call for Ban on “Facebook Live”

    https://twitter.com/nesprox76/status/854350352413597696   An act of violence gone viral out of Cleveland, Ohio captured the nation’s attention on Easter Sunday and many are now questioning if Facebook’s “Live” feature has done more harm than good. Steph Stephens used the streaming feature Facebook Live to share a manifesto with the rest of the world as he described his reasoning for starting a potential killing spree. View More »
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Richie’s Says So Long to Soda

The city of Philadelphia is now two months into the beverage tax, a 1.5-cents-per-ounce tax on the distribution of sweetened beverages as well as syrups and concentrates used to make sweetened beverages. The tax influenced a popular Temple business, Richie’s Deli and Pizza, to take sugary beverages off the menu all together. View More »
Temple's Latino Student Association Holds Empanada Sale for Haiti
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Temple’s Latino Student Association Holds Empanada Sale for Haiti

La Asociacion de Estudiantes Latinos (AdEL) or the Latino Student Association at Temple University held an empanada sale and donated the proceeds to Haiti relief efforts after the devastation caused by Hurricane Matthew. AdEL set up shop in the lobby of The View residence hall between the hours of 9 PM and midnight, and sold close to 80 empanadas to hungry students as they passed by. 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 »