Need something to do? Check out these cultural events going on throughout the Philly area!

Scour the map to find some of the most fun and unique cultural events going on in Philly from a screening of "The Lego Movie" to a night full of the Blues in University City. There is definitely an event for everyone on here and some of these events require registration, so make sure you... Continue Reading →

Keeping up with Kaci

An entertainment lover and frequent concert-goer, junior journalism major Kaci Lewandowski dreams of working with publication design someday. But today she's just focusing on covering entertainment. Jon: Why did you choose to come to Temple? Kaci: I chose Temple at first because Communications had originally been my major and I knew they had a great program,... Continue Reading →

TU Storytelling Stylebook Spring 2017 (updated)

Every publication needs a style. Many take cues, or follow exclusively, the Associated Press Style. We're going to do the former. Below are the specific style treatments that every assignment should follow. For everything else, we'll defer to AP Style. Acronyms: When an organization or group refers to itself as a acronym, the first mention of... Continue Reading →

Fairmount Is More Than Just The Art Museum

Fairmount is a neighborhood within the Center City District of Philadelphia. Its boundaries are north of Spring Garden Street, west of Broad Street, south of Girard Avenue and east of The Schuylkill River. Fairmount is sometimes referred to as the "Art Museum Area for its proximity to and association with the Art Museum. Dylan Ostrow,... Continue Reading →

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