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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New Meal Plans Cause Confusion on Campus

Temple and Aramark debuted their new meal plans and extensive dining options just a few weeks ago when the fall semester kicked off. While Chick-fil-a still has everyone a buzz, the new dining plans have others abandoning their meal swipes. “The SAC is where I get the majority of my meals on campus and when I found out I wouldn’t get to use all the swipes there it was upsetting and I decided not to get one anymore,” said junior Nicole Rizzo. View More »
Lewis Katz School of Medicine One of the Nations Most Sought After Medical Schools
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Lewis Katz School of Medicine One of the Nations Most Sought After Medical Schools

A new study released by U.S. News and World Report showed that the Katz School of Medicine is one of the most desired medical colleges in the nation. With 10,623 applications for the Fall of 2016 class, the Katz School ranked number 9 on the list, falling behind schools such as Georgetown University’s School of Medicine and Thomas Jefferson University’s Sidney Kimmel Medical College, but beating out New York Medical College. View More »