When Sharon Eisenhour inherited her brother’s art collection she knew his work need to be shared with others. David Meade Walker, who died in 2012, was an artist by hobby.
At the age of 17, Tracy Yatsko hit her head while playing basketball and got a concussion that ended her career on the court. Ten years later, instead of playing in the game, Yatsko, junior, will have the opportunity to report from the sidelines, telling Temple’s story for the American Digital Network’s Campus Connect program. […]
Political marketing expert Kristin Long spoke to an Introduction to Marketing Class on September 14.
My temporary apartment in L.A. overlooked UCLA’s campus. I would periodically look up from the movie script I was reading and saw the other apartments on campus; each equipped with a deck and the customary wet suit hanging over its railing to dry.
The Temple News is one of five finalists for the Society of Professional Journalist’s Mark of Excellence award. The student-run newspaper was nominated in the online in-depth reporting category for the piece “Crime and Campus.” The article tackles the rumors, stigmas and concerns surrounding the campus safety and was a semester-long project with over 20 student reporters participating.
With the American Political Science Association’s annual conference being hosted in Philadelphia this year, Temple University and University of Pennsylvania co-hosted a pre-conference event on politics and the media. The pre-conference event has become a tradition for APSA: each year, Universities in the city where the conference is held host a pre-conference event.
In Annenberg Hall, there is a secret room that can only be reached by one staircase in an out-of-the-way corridor. This is the home of the Google Online Marketing Challenge, run by academic advisor Alison Ebbecke. Following last year’s launch, the Google Online Marketing Challenge evolved from an Independent Study into a class.
With less than two-and-a-half months to the November elections, journalism professor Karen Turner has organized an event that will help the Temple and Philadelphia communities reflect on the Democratic and Republican conventions.
When the news first broke out last year about the Democratic National Convention being held in Philadelphia, I knew I was going to attend it one way or another. But, at that time “attending it” just meant I would find a way to get tickets. Not once did I think I would spend the entire week at the Wells Fargo Center working as a correspondent for American Urban Radio Networks, a national radio station that broadcasts out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
After a lot of brainstorming, research and a semester’s worth of work, a team of advertising students took home their own gold medal earlier this month in the national Marketing EDGE Collegiate ECHO Challenge.