Living legends
Jazz Band to perform with Terry, Wilder.

Read at your leisure

Paley installs Leisure Reading Collection.
  Good news for Temple News
Student newspaper staff picks up 11 Keystone Awards.
April 6, 2006
Vol. 36, No. 26


Electronic Purchasing
Effective May 1, all paper requisitions submitted to the Purchasing department must go through Ultimus workflow software, an electronic requisitioning system.

University Parking Services Office at HSC relocates
University student and employee parkers who are assigned to University-operated parking facilities at the HSC will now be serviced out of a office at Ontario and Carlisle streets.

New non-credit online registration and payment system
Students taking non-credit courses at Temple campuses in Ambler, Fort Washington and Center City are now able to register and pay for courses online through the Temple Web site.

Great Teachers 2006
Whitney Dolan McClendon

Stanley Whitney, Tyler School of Art, painting, drawing and sculpture department

Therese Dolan, Tyler School of Art, art history department

John A. McClendon, Fox School of Business and Management, department of human resource management

These three new names will be etched into the wall of the Founders Garden as Temple recognizes its latest Great Teachers. The faculty will be formally recognized during a celebration on April 11 in Mitten Hall. [more]


Around Temple
   Inaugural Kohn lecture in law ... Mediating Practices weeklong Festival... 'Brother Outsider' documentary... Paley introduces new Leisure Reading Collection ... Medical students can do rotations at St. Luke's ... Temple hosts sociolinguistics conference ... Fox School debuts Social Entrepreneurship conference ... [more]


Temple Theaters stages spare, high-intensity 'Hamlet' [more]
Internet research builds cancer patients' confidence [more]

In The News


  This Week in Temple History
April 10, 1986

   The Temple Times announced The Ramones would headline Temple’s annual Spring Fling celebration.
   The Ramones were an early punk rock band, believed by many to have been the fathers of pop-punk genre. Formed in Forest Hills, Queens, N.Y., in January 1974, they recorded 14 studio albums and toured the world before splitting up in 1996.
This year, the University will host Spring Fling on Thursday, April 20.