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Halloween at Temple Japan

Unlike the United States, which has celebrated Halloween in some form since the 19th century, the holiday has only gained popularity in Japan in recent years. This is partially due to amusement parks, like Tokyo Disneyland and Universal Studios Japan hosting Halloween-themed events. View More »
PRSSA Cady Drive

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 »

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 »
Owls Offense Needs to Wake Up vs Penn State.

Temple Sells Out the Linc for Halloween

The Temple Owls have managed to fill capacity at Lincoln Financial Field again this season as their Halloween matchup against Notre Dame has been announced as a sell out. The Owl’s Week 1 matchup against Penn State also sold out. This is the first time the program has managed to sell out their stadium twice in one season since moving to the South Philadelphia Sports Complex in 1976. View More »

Halloween Safety Tips from Campus Security

This Halloween is sure to be a fun one, just make sure you use appropriate safety measures for yourself and your friends. Everyone will benefit if you exercise some of these tips. Captain Eileen Bradley, Special Services of Temple University Police Department says “Make sure that you go with some friends, but also don’t leave behind any friends either.” Here is a list of safety tips from Temple Campus Safety Services: Wear a costume that promotes your ability to see or run. View More »