To commence the festivities of the New Mexico Bowl, Temple Owls took part in a “Family Feud”- like trivia game and bowling match against the Cowboys. The Owls were shutout for both events, but cheered on their teammates and in the midst of the excitement became slightly rowdy.
The Temple News staff celebrated Halloween this year with a costume party on Friday, Oct. 28. There were a lot of lions roaming around the party, a Burger King, and a garden gnome. The list continues, but nothing topped Brian Dzenis’ costume, as he was clad in wig and skirt. See photos below for some laughs.
The women’s soccer team was defeated 7-1 Sunday afternoon in their final road game of the 2011 season. The University of Dayton Flyers, with a 14-3 record, offensively ripped through the Owl’s. Before Temple scored their lone goal, the Flyers put four past Tara Murphy, the junior Owl’s goalie. Senior Niki Conn scored her 5th goal of the season, arriving at a team-leading goal. Temple Owls will host the Duquesne Dukes this Friday for the final match of their 2011 season.
We know you’ve been dying to see the 2011 Lunchies edition of TTN. So here’s a treat.
Lex Sachdev, Living editor, and Chief Copy Editor, Cara Stefchak, prepare for the front page of lunchies.
Because I know you’re roaring with excitement, pick up a copy of The Temple News this Tuesday at your local newsstand.
September 12 through 16 marks the official Study Abroad Week at Temple University. Today dancers, field hockey players, and random students accumulated on Liacouras at high noon to perform in honor of studying abroad. Even our favorite feathered friend, Hooter, showed up clad in a “study abroad week” t-shirt.
Lower Makfield, in Bucks County, set aside a multiple-acre ground to build a 9/11 memorial almost 10 years ago. Tonight, residents crowded the grounds to remember the events that took place on September 11, 2001. The Reflection Garden has two fountains that erupt like towers. It also has glass panels, lining the fountains, with all 2,973 names of the victims whose lives were taken that day. The whole ground was scattered with flowers, candles, and letters to victims and their families.