Explore the Data: The Temple News tracks shootings in North Philadelphia
As Temple expands and community residents cope with a growing student population, the two groups try to find their place in North Philadelphia.
Muslim students are resourceful in using available space to pray.
When their programs were cut, athletes found new ways to compete.
When their sports lost Division I status, coaches and athletes had to choose whether to remain at Temple or find new schools.
Temple University Hospital and North Philadelphia organizations are fighting opioid addiction in the city.
Temple University Hospital is providing humanities education to medical students, with the goal of humanizing patients.
With the prevalence of active-shooter situations on college campuses rising, The Temple News outlines the university’s contingency plans in such situations.
Engulfed in a negative stigma regarding crime, Temple depends on its police force – the largest at any university nationwide – to protect students and the surrounding community.