Holiday Treats: Thanksgiving Edition
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Holiday Treats: Thanksgiving Edition

Fall is coming to a closure and Thanksgiving is in a few days. Thanksgiving is a time for family, counting blessings and most importantly, eating really good food. If you have a sweet tooth, Thanksgiving is the holiday for you. At this time of year, it is fun to experiment with different dessert recipes, since there are so many festive, and different twists on simple recipes. View More »
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Incumbent Toomey Re-Elected as PA Senator

Incumbent Senator Pat Toomey has been re-elected as Pennsylvania’s junior Senator. Toomey’s campaign beat out new-comer and democrat Katie McGinty. A spokesperson from the Toomey campaign says that Senator Toomey is “incredibly grateful to the people of Pennsylvania for being re-elected as PA’s Senator.” Toomey’s victory over McGinty was called shortly after midnight by the Associated Press. View More »
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PA State Races: What You Need to Know

As the Pennsylvania state races come to a close, there are a few key positions that are up for grabs. From Attorney General to Auditor, the race between democrats, republicans, incumbents and newcomers have been close. Here’s what you need to know about the state races so far: State Auditor: Democrat and incumbent Eugene DePasquale is up against Republican John Brown, Green Party candidate John J. 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 »
Fall Festivities in Philly
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Fall Festivities in Philly

The leaves are changing from green to orange, and the regular coffee in student’s cups are being turned into pumpkin spice lattes. Fall is finally here! Not only is Temple’s campus hype about the new season, but so is Philadelphia. There are countless fall activities for everyone to do just down the street from us.  View More »
Mrs. Obama pumping the crowd up at Lasalle University to get out and vote.
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First Lady Visits LaSalle University, Stresses the Importance of Voting

Michelle Obama took the stage at LaSalle University Wednesday morning, greeting a cheering crowd of a thousands that came out to see the First Lady discuss this upcoming election, and how she plans to campaign for Hillary Clinton. Although Michelle’s main goal of the speech was to get the crowd excited and eager to support Clinton, she managed to talk about a topic of discussion that needs to be said at this very moment in time; the importance of voting. View More »