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Honeygrow Comes To Temple

Honeygrow is opening up at Morgan Hall. First launched by Temple alumni in Center City, Honeygrow is far from the typical restaurant.
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Hillary Clinton Visits Main Campus

Hillary Clinton came to Main Campus Monday afternoon in an effort to rally millennial supporters as the race with Donald Trump is neck and neck. Rob DiRienzo reports.
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Security Guards Protest Wages on Broad Street

Activists and security guards from 32BJ SEIU, some of whom work for Temple, shut down Broad Street earlier today in calling for an increase of security guard wages to $15/hour. The protest was part of the #FightFor15 movement.
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CollegeFest Draws Students To Dilworth Park

CollegeFest was held in Dilworth Park over the weekend. The event drew hundreds of college students to Dilworth Park with free activities and food, the goal of getting them out into the city.

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A pallet of peanut butter and jelly sandwiches is carried away to be packed during the Main Campus Program Board’s organized attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most peanut butter and jelly sandwiches made in an hour. Over 1,000 students gathered at the Liacouras Center and successfully broke the record. PATRICK CLARK | ASST. PHOTO EDITOR

PB&J Day: Students gather to break Guinness World Record

The Main Campus Program Board organized an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for the most peanut butter and jelly sandwiches made in an hour Sept. 19. Over 1,000 students gathered at the Liacouras Center and successfully broke the record.
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Live in Philly: Mexican Independence Day

On Sunday, the Mexican Cultural Center of Philadelphia hosted a celebration of Mexican Independence Day at Penn’s Landing in partnership with PECO Energy and the Consulate of Mexico.
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Voices: University President

We asked students: do you care who the president of the university is? And what do you think about Englert’s statement?

The Essayist

The path to reporting


After four years and three schools, a student is ready to graduate, finally feeling like a reporter.