An Inside Look at TUAlerts

At Temple, all students are automatically enrolled in the TU Alert system. When there is an incident on campus, from a class building without power to an armed robbery, students are informed through TU Alerts. Initially, this was a two-part system featuring a “TU Advisory,” which was used for anything that students needed to be aware of, but did not put students in imminent danger. View More »
Temple University Diversity

(TU)nity at Diversity Symposium

Known for its melting pot persona, “Diversity University”, also known as Temple University, organized a thought-provoking symposium designed to give it’s students, faculty, and staff a voice on ways to further develop its diverse culture. When it comes to understanding diversity, Brittany Boston, a junior Journalism major said, “I think understanding peoples different social economic level, their education level, and also you know their backgrounds; what neighborhoods are they from, and their nationality.” The event consisted of various booths and tables where students were given index cards to record their opinions on how to improve diversity at the University level. View More »
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Breakfast With The Candidates

Supporters lined the sidewalks and the stage was set for breakfast with the candidates. KYW Newsradio Special Contributor Larry Kane moderated the debate between sitting Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett and the democratic challenger who hopes to unseat him Tom Wolf. The debate began with the topic of public education funding, which Corbett partly blames on the teachers unions. View More »