Victory with a violin
Music prof wins national Artist-Teacher Award.

'Lesson Before Dying'

Theaters stages Philly debut of death penalty drama.
Women's basketball takes third straight A-10 title; dupree MOP.
March 16, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 23


Police, security officers reach four-year agreement with Temple

New asst. Liacouras Center GM named

For Temple Admissions, urban is hot

    According to a survey conducted last summer, more than 60 percent of new Temple students said that the University’s “location in a large city” was a “very important positive factor” influencing their decision to attend Temple, an increase of 12 percentage points since the 2000 survey and 20 percentage points since 1997.

    The attitude shift has been profound and swift. Not that long ago, many students chose Temple in spite of its location.

    In 1997, one in five new students said that Temple’s urban location was “not a positive factor” in their decision to attend Temple.

    Now only one in 12 says that Temple’s big-city environment wasn’t a positive factor. [more]


Chaney retires after 24 years
    “I have said all along that I would know when it would be time to step down, and now is that time,” Chaney said. “I want to thank Temple University, its fans and community for allowing me to do what I love for so long. [more]

Around Temple
   Adamany visits Duckrey students ... ‘Nature Nurtures’ wins Flower Show award ... Trial team sweeps regionals ... Nobel to address environmental ethics ... Boyer’s Unsworth to perform ... Symposium to address women at work [more]


Temple Times and International Programs present:
Overseas Adventures:
Spring 2006
Technology at Temple in the palm of students’ hands [more]
Chemistry’s Borguet receives U.S. grant to target power plants’ mercury emissions [more]
Conference to explore the power of the arts to affect quality of life [more]
Hart takes first prize
in architecture contest [more]

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