Temple Univ. initiative aims to keep more Black Philly youth in college

BY: - November 1, 2021

Daniel Liberis, a West Oak Lane resident, is one of thousands of African-American students in Philadelphia who have dropped out of college due to economic hardships.

‘We are Philadelphia’s university’: As he takes the helm Temple’s new prez talks future plans

BY: - October 4, 2021

'Just like with the academic curriculum, we need to make sure that we are keeping current with the changing landscape of athletics,' Temple President Jason Wingard said.

Jason Wingard named first African-American president of Temple University

BY: - June 9, 2021

By Ayana Jones PHILADELPHIA — Jason Wingard has been named the first African American president in Temple University’s 137-year history. Wingard, who holds a doctorate in education leadership, previously served as dean emeritus and professor of Human Capital Management at the Columbia University School of Professional Studies. “I certainly recognize the significance of this moment […]

States poised to allow college athletes to profit off their name, image, and likeness

BY: - June 7, 2021

Statutes in five states, including Georgia and Florida, will go into effect July 1.

At Temple Univ., students prep for a return to in-person classes this fall

BY: - March 24, 2021

During the fall 2020 semester, Temple held all of its classes online. While the majority of spring the semester classes remain online, the university has expanded the number of courses with an in-person component.

Community activists and elected officials demand diversity on Temple’s presidential search committee

BY: - September 22, 2020

Community activists, elected officials and union leaders are calling on Temple University’s board of trustees to form a more inclusive search committee for its new president

Temple University announces anti-racism initiative

BY: - September 18, 2020

It calls for reinvesting in Temple’s Department of Africology and African American Studies, prioritizing recruitment and retention of faculty and employees of color, investing in campus-wide anti-racism training and launching a bridge program for North Philadelphia youth.

No match for COVID-19, Temple Univ. students get ready for life online

BY: - September 9, 2020

As of Sept. 8, Temple had 283 active cases among students and employees, according to the student newspaper, The Temple News. 

‘We have to change our plans almost every day,’ Temple international students struggle with new visa rules

BY: - July 10, 2020

Like college students across the country, Nienke Oerlemans, had been hoping to rejoin her classmates at Temple University when classes resumed this fall.

With next president, Temple needs to demonstrate commitment to diversity, students and faculty say

BY: - July 9, 2020

PHILADELPHIA — Students and faculty at Temple University are crediting outgoing university President Richard M. Englert for what they said was a demonstrable commitment to the state-related institution. But they have some very specific expectations of his eventual replacement. Rising senior Lily Sanders told the Capital-Star that she couldn’t think of a “glaring weakness,” in […]

‘It’s bittersweet’: Temple’s president announces plans to step down

BY: - July 8, 2020

The university's board will form a selection commitment to conduct a national search for a replacement for Richard M. Englert, a 45-year veteran.

How Pa. college and university students are raising their voices in protest

BY: - June 2, 2020

As protesters across the nation gathered in solidarity for George Floyd and the Black Lives Matter Movement, college and university student from across Pennsylvania also lent their voices. Eammon Wrightstone, a sophomore at New York University, and Alexia Brown, a sophomore at Emerson College, are both Harrisburg natives who assisted in organizing the protest in […]