Proposed budget would mean dramatic cuts for Temple

Saying that “the day of reckoning has come,” Gov. Tom Corbett on March 8 presented a sobering budget proposal that will have a dramatic effect on Temple University and the other state-related universities if approved by the Pennsylvania General Assembly.…


FMA professor’s new film to screen in Arizona

Canyonlands, a new film by Associate Professor Roderick Coover, FMA, MMC, will be featured at the University of Arizona symposium, Hidden Cinema of the Southwest and Mexico on Feb. 25, and at the Bisbee Central School Project …


February graduation speakers announced

The School of Communications and Theater has announced the speakers for its Feb. 4 graduation ceremony to be held in Lew Klein Hall at the Temple Performing Arts Center (formerly the Baptist Temple).

In celebration of the graduation venue, the …


MMC announces program director change

Professor Matthew Lombard has been elected to a two-year term as director of the Mass Media & Communication (MMC) program. The MMC community owes a great debt of thanks to Professor Carolyn Kitch, who has served the program so well …


Obituary: Marilyn Lashner, MMC ’79

An alumna who blazed new trails in the School of Communications and Theater has passed away. Marilyn A. Lashner, MMC ’79, lost her battle with cancer Aug. 24, 2010. She was 80.

“Marilyn was a real leader — as the …


New York theater festival to feature play by MMC alumnus

A new play written by Jim O’Connor, MMC ‘08, can be seen in New York City July 19 to Aug. 1 as part of the Midtown International Theatre Festival.

In Literary Disruption, a new professor challenges the foundation of …