Diversity Award
Athletics dept. wins Overall Excellence in Diversity Award.

 

 

‘Alter’ed landscape
Curtis Hall makes way for the new Fox School building.



Top Tech
'Computerworld' names Stahler a top IT leader.

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www.temple.edu
January 19, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 16

Announcements

Changes to the Billing and Confirmation process [more]

Employee Self-Service System Data Review [more]



 
Twin bill mixes comedy, tragedy

The Temple Opera Theater will be staging an odd couple of one-act productions.

    It may appear at first to be an unlikely pairing: Donizetti’s broadly comic opera Il Campanello di Notte (The Night Bell) and Darius Milhaud’s bittersweet and tragic Les Malheurs D’Orphee (The Misfortunes of Orpheus).
    But in the deftly creative hands of Temple University Opera Theater music director John Douglas and director Copeland Woodruff, the double bill of these one-acts promises a provocative opera-going experience.
    Performances (with English supertitles) are Friday, Nov. 18, at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 20, at 3 p.m., in Tomlinson Theater. [more]

    (At right) First-year graduate students in voice performance Ku Won Lee and Hollie Major and senior voice performance major Amanda Taddeo star in Temple Opera Theater’s Il Campanello di Notte (The Night Bell) Nov. 18 and Nov. 20 in Tomlinson Theater. The comedic opera, transported from 19th-century Italy to 2005 South Philly, is part of a double bill that also includes the tragic Les Malheurs D’Orphee (The Misfortunes of Orpheus).

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New Temple/ Inquirer Poll heralds big year for IPA
    The Institute for Public Affairs — Temple’s hub for researchers, students, citizens and policy-makers investigating all aspects of public policy — returned to the spotlight this week with the release of an intriguing new Temple/Inquirer Poll, opening what promises to be a busy 12 months for IPA as it builds momentum toward Election Day 2006. [more]

Around Temple
    Planting seeds for (school) success ... Undergraduate research seminar ... ‘Mix’ exhibit at Temple Gallery ... Film examines medical experiments [more]

 
 

Book on JFK investigator leads to answers on assassination [more]
Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy ‘The Heidi Chronicles’ to debut [more]
Lindback winner Woyshner puts joy into the classroom [more]
 
Ways to Give
The Temple community works to make holiday season brighter — here are ways you can help [more]

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This Week in Temple History
Nov. 19, 1987

   The Temple Times announced that the award-winning novelist Toni Morrison, was coming to Temple to read from her latest novel, Beloved. Morrison’s visit was part of the “Women Writers of Color” series.