Temple KDR Chapter Hosts Book Drive for Local School

Temple KDP Chapter Hosts Book Drive for Community Public School

Kappa Delta Pi has been an International Honors Society in Education since 1911. The organization was founded to foster excellence in education and promote fellowship among those dedicated to teaching others. The Society started with a single local chapter and has grown for over a century into the international organization it is today with an initiated membership that exceeds 1.2 million members. View More »
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Temple Women’s Basketball Winning Streak Continues

After a two game losing streak, the Owls are back on track winning their third straight game in a row against East Carolina Saturday afternoon. Temple Women’s Basketball beat the East Carolina Pirates by a score of 76-43. This win puts the Owls at 19-5 overall and 10-2 in the American Athletic Conference, and this loss brings East Carolina down to 10-15 overall and 1-11 in conference play. View More »
Temple Theaters Presents "Reggie Hoops"

Temple Theaters Presents “Reggie Hoops”

Kristoffer Diaz, a Pulitzer-Prize nominated playwright, is the first-ever recipient of Temple’s Playwright Residency Program. Through this program, Diaz collaborated with students and professors from Temple’s theater department and wrote a full-length play with the student artists in mind. The play, Reggie Hoops, will premiere at Temple this week as part of the mainstage season. View More »
Temple's Defense Rolling Into Navy

Walker and Thomas Among 19 Seniors to Leave a Lasting Impact on Temple

After winning just two games in their freshman season, the 19 departing seniors following the 2016 season have come a long way since the 2013 campaign. Back to back 10 win seasons, back to back American Athletic Conference East division champions, and 2016 American Conference Champions are accomplishments the seniors that tied for third in Temple history in wins over a four year span, with 28, can carry with them as they continue their careers. View More »
At the Ballet: "The Nutcracker"

At the Ballet: “The Nutcracker”

With winter and the holidays quickly approaching, there are many events and activities happening in Philadelphia to commemorate the season. One holiday tradition you do not want to miss is the Pennsylvania Ballet’s annual production of The Nutcracker. The Nutcracker is a timeless story that has graced the stage and screen in movies, television, and, of course, the stage.  View More »
Temple Women's Basketball Preview: Owls Look To Reach the Tournament

Temple Women’s Basketball Preview: Owls Look To Reach the Tournament

The last time Temple Women’s Basketball made it to the tournament, Barack Obama was still in his first term as President, Lebron James had yet to win his first NBA title, and Temple was still in the A10 conference. The year was 2011, and since then the Owls have appeared in the NIT tournament three times including a deep tournament run last year which ended in the quarter finals, losing to Michigan. View More »