Cherry and White spirit
Winners of office decorating contest announced.
Temple cares
Students help refurbish public schools on Philadelphia Cares Day.


Get to the polls
Temple continues voter push ahead of election.
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October 14, 2004
Vol. 35, No. 8

Announcements
  
  NewsBriefs
  Nominations solicited for Conwell, alumni awards   
  
The General Alumni Association is seeking nominations for two of its most visible awards, the Russell H. Conwell Award and the Alumni Distinguished Service Award. [
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  Former A-10 champion named assistant golf coach  
  
Josh Lewis, a three-year letterwinner at Temple and the winner of the 1995 Atlantic 10 championship, has been named assistant golf coach. [
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Administration proposes gen-ed changes

The administrations's general education proposal is available in its entirety at www.temple.edu/president or www.temple.edu/provost

    Last week, President David Adamany and Provost Ira Schwartz delivered a proposal for a new general education requirement of all undergraduates to professor Daniel T. O’Hara, president of the Faculty Senate.
    Adamany promised to submit a proposal to the Faculty Senate after the Senate’s own general education proposal — more than three years in the making — was narrowly defeated in May.
    “We are pleased to have this opportunity to submit this proposal for the comments and recommendation of the Faculty Senate and the faculty at large,” Adamany said. “We share their commitment to improving the way we introduce students to the basic skills and subjects essential to shaping subsequent intellectual endeavors.” [
more]

Creative writing program celebrates 20th year
    The program schools students in the beauty and business of writing. [more]


Spotlight | Trustee Daniel Whelan
    Like many law school applicants, Daniel Whelan was not accepted by all of his choices. But studying at Temple Law School turned out to be the right choice for him, and he is excited that the University is more and more often the first choice for undergraduate, graduate and professional students. [more]

Around Temple
Office decorating contest ... Temple pitches in at Philadelphia Cares Day ... Evelyn Oates Transfer Scholar Award [more]

   

Historical drama opens theater season [more]

Planaria worm aids withdrawal research [more]

Transexuals work to find feminine voice [more]

HRMatters
In Memoriam
In The News

Awards & Achievements
Research Notes

Bits&PCs

This Week in Temple History
October 18, 1984

    The Temple Times reported that two gateways to the University were renamed to honor former presidents. The dedication of Anderson Hall (formerly the Humanities Building) took place on Berks Mall at the eastern portal to the University, in honor of Paul R. Anderson, the fifth president. In addition, the dedication of Wachman Hall (on 1619 Walnut St., where the Center City campus was previously located) was carried out in honor of Marvin Wachman, the sixth president. In 1996, the Computer Activity Building on 1805 N. Broad St. was renamed Wachman Hall after a Board of Trustees decision that authorized the sale of its former location on 1619 Walnut St.