1.27 issue: news in brief

DIVERSITY CENTER SET TO OPEN

“The Burrow” – a space that will be home to Temple Student Government’s TUnity statement and where students can learn more about diversity – is set to have a soft opening next month.

Located at …

Store robbed near HSC

A store was robbed on the 3400 block of Germantown Avenue, near the Health Sciences Campus around 12:45 p.m.

Charlie Leone, executive director of Campus Safety Services, said a suspect was armed with a gun, which he showed to the …

Suspect apprehended for two robberies

UPDATE: Executive Director of Campus Safety Services Charlie Leone said in an email that the suspect who was apprehended for Thursday’s incidents is 23-year-old Kareem Clancy, who is being charged with two counts of robbery.

Temple Police have apprehended a …

1.20 issue: News in brief

BERKS ST. COMMUTER LOUNGE OPENS

A new commuter lounge located at the corner of Warnock and Berks streets opened last Monday after construction started on the project in early November.

The lounge, which can house between 40 and 60 people, …

1.13 issue: News in brief

SERVICE EVENTS PLANNED FOR MLK DAY

Temple’s Office of Community Relations has coordinated with several local organizations in preparation for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 19.

An opening ceremony for the holiday’s observance will begin at 8:30 a.m. …

CLA Dean Teresa Soufas resigns

Teresa S. Soufas, dean of the College of Liberal Arts, resigned today “due to health reasons,” according to a memo obtained by The Temple News.

Soufas will take a sabbatical before returning to teach and pursue academic work involving Spanish …