A photograph by senior journalism major Michelle Zei earned a “Best in Show” honor at the University of San Diego’s Trans-Border Institute’s Re-Imagining Borders Contest.
Her image of a religious site in the West Bank that shows Israelis and Palestinians entering the building on opposite sides of a security fence earned one of the top honors in the college student mobile device category.
The winners were invited to San Diego in April, where they were able to hear a lecture by photojournalist Jon Lowenstein of NOOR Images and attended a workshop that covered everything from composition to ethics.
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Food from two Temple University dining facilities that has normally ended up going to waste is now feeding dozens of children at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Philadelphia.
Sophomore Nadia Ouazzi, a communication studies major in the School of Media and Communication, has worked with Sodexo, the company behind Temple University Dining Services, to come up with a way to safely collect and store leftover food to donate to those in need. The program started in March at the Diamond Club and expanded to the Valaida S. Walker Food Court at the Howard Gittis Student Center in April. The … Read more »
It was in the shadow of the el, next to the towering wall that reads “Kensington Football” that Max Pulcini knew he had found the story of his young career.
The senior journalism major at Temple University’s School of Media and Communication was on assignment last fall for the Spirit of the River Wards newspaper. He was to do a preview of the upcoming season for the Kensington Tigers, a team made up of kids from various high schools in and around one of the city’s roughest neighborhoods.
But what he thought was going to be a 15-minute interview and … Read more »
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