Give back this holiday season
The Temple community provides many opportunities to help the less fortunate this holiday season. A list of ways to help can be found online at
Students: Fund your Diamond Dollars early
Students can avoid the beginning-of-semester rush by submitting Diamond Dollars funding forms early. Forms are available at http://diamonddollars.temple.edu.
Second 7-Eleven opens on Main Campus
A new 7-Eleven store is now open for business 24 hours a day, seven days a week in the first floor of the Entertainment and Community Education Center, 15th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue. This location is in addition to the original Main Campus 7-Eleven on Liacouras Walk.
Watch for more announcements of business openings at and around Temple.
Campus Safety Services reminds you to buckle up during the holiday season. The department will be patrolling the area reminding people to buckle up. Campus Safety Services wishes everyone a safe and happy holiday.
Entrepreneurship club for grad students established
With growing interest in business innovation and entrepreneurship among graduate students from all of the University’s schools and colleges, the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute has established the University’s first Graduate Student Entrepreneurship Club.
The interest and need became apparent through graduate student and faculty participation in IEI workshops and competitions. Temple graduate students have on the average significant real world experience and have mature business thinking and career goals and objectives.
The SEC offers an opportunity for graduate students from all schools and colleges with a common interest in entrepreneurship to get together and combine their skills and work experiences, identify common interests, and form teams leading to entrepreneurial goal fulfillment.
For more information about the SEC or IEI, visit www.fox.temple.edu/iei or contact Chris Pavlides at email@example.com.