Engineering the future
Five Temple senior engineering students win NASA grants.


A step closer
Senior forward Dupree makes second Naismith cut.


Harriet Tubman

Actor to portray abolitionist at TU’s Underground.
www.temple.edu
February 23, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 21

Announcements

Maintaining Current and Accurate Records on Nonimmigrant Employees


 
Making the world their classroom

    When Ian Waldraff arrived in Italy to attend Temple’s Rome Campus for a semester, he was amazed at what he saw: bursts of color, lush greenery, sunny days and deeply ornamented architecture that surrounded him everywhere he looked.

    “Every place of residence, every piece of architecture, every facade reflects a remarkable degree of warmth and care,” he observed.

    Waldraff is one of three students selected by International Programs to write twice a month from their temporary homes abroad, sharing their photos and observations. Taylor Benjamin-Britton, a junior majoring in political studies and Asian studies, is writing from Temple University Japan’s Tokyo campus, and Khanh Le, a junior history major, writes from Vietnam National University in Hanoi, Vietnam. [more]

Senior theater major Ian Waldraff (left), studying at Temple Rome this spring, is one of three students keeping study abroad journals for a new Temple Times feature.
Photo courtesy Ian Waldraff

 

Faculty/staff campaign has record support
    Already, more than 1,000 employees have made gifts and commitments. Overall, more than $6.5 million has been raised, more than any amount given by Temple employees in the past. [more]

Around Temple
   Engineering the future ... TECH Center holds grand opening ... Tubman and the Underground Railroad ... Dupree takes step toward Naismith Trophy [more]

 
 

 

 
   
Soccer’s Donatelli drafted by new MLS team [more]
   
Temple Health Empowerment Office [more]
 

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  This Week in Temple History
Feb. 25, 1952

   The Temple University News reported that Ed Sullivan, the noted newspaper columnist and television emcee, spoke at the annual Brotherhood Dinner on Feb. 23. During his speech he praised Temple for promoting better religious understandings through the courses it offers.