Blackboard boon

Faculty can check class lists, synch them with ISIS.
  Accreditation reaffirmed
Temple progress earns Middle States Commission’s praise.
Celebrate heritage
African American Heritage Month brings music, crafts.


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February 2, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 17

Announcements

Independent publications funding available for students


 
‘On the Razzle’ to dazzle audiences

    When Tom Stoppard’s On the Razzle opens its Feb. 9–18 run at the Tomlinson Theater, come prepared for farce of the finest order. And delight in the delicious language of this brilliantly written, award-winning comedy.
   
    It’s Stoppard’s adaptation of an 1842 farce by Viennese playwright Johann Nestroy that later inspired Thornton Wilder’s Matchmaker, which morphed into the musical Hello, Dolly!

    Stoppard’s Razzle returns to mid–19th–century Vienna where Weinberl and Christopher, two rascally grocery clerks, escape their humdrum existence and sneak off for a day and night of high adventure in the city. [more]

 

Temple Theaters will present Tom Stoppard’s comedy On the Razzle beginning Feb. 9. Bringing the characters to life are (clockwise, from top right) theater students Ryan Jones and Allyson Frick, both sophomores; Szoke Schaeffer, a senior; Kunal Nayyar, a third-year M.F.A. student; and Austin Durant, a senior.

 

Temple’s regional accreditation reaffirmed
    “We’re pleased by the commission’s vote of confidence,” President David Adamany said. “It’s gratifying that our peers recognize that Temple’s academic standards, faculty, facilities and fiscal health are better than ever.” [more]

External reviewers’ report on Temple’s reaccreditation [more]
President’s response to external reviewers’ report
[more]
Financial reviewer’s report on TU
[more]

Around Temple
   ROTC commander promoted ... Praiseworthy music ... African American Heritage Month [more]

 
 

Jazz professor Cunliffe nominated for Grammy [more]
   
Temple creates advising awards [more]
   
Teleconference to explore changing nature of news and its role in U.S. culture [more]
Residential classroom named in Niven’s honor [more]
 

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