International dance and fashion show participants are needed for Temple’s Celebration of Globalization on March 30, a biannual event that showcases Temple University and Philadelphia’s dedication to globalization.
Participants have the chance to win a grand prize of $1,000! Below are details for the international dance performance and fashion show. Interested participants are encouraged to submit proposals by February 6. The Celebration of Globalization form can found here.
INTERNATIONAL DANCE PERFORMANCE: Individuals dancers and dance groups are invited to perform a five minute routine and compete for a chance to win a monetary prize of $1,000! Auditions will be held in mid-February. If selected to perform, a panel of judges will determine the winner at the event. Second and third place prizes of $500 and $250 will also be offered.
PARTICIPANTS FOR THE FASHION SHOW: Students are invited to participate by wearing a traditional international outfit that represents a particular country or culture. A photograph of the traditional apparel will need to be submitted with the attached proposal form and participants will then be selected by the steering committee. All fashion show participants will be entered into a drawing to win CASH PRIZES!
Kierra Bussey can be reached at email@example.com.
Walking home from the TECH Center. just now, I came across this small memorial that seems to commemorate the victim of last night’s apparent suicide.
I hope his loved ones find peace when they are ready.
This Saturday Temple Men’s Basketball defeated St. Joeseph’s University, 78-60. Not only was the energy present on the court but very much so in the crowd.
Temple Fight Song
Temple-based band Chocolate Milk may get to play at the Grammys if it garners enough votes. Vote here through Facebook.
Photos by Sam Oshlag
More of Sam’s colorful coverage of the construction can be found here.
From now until February 6, SEPTA is calling for all couples who met on busses, trains or trollies to submit their love story to http://septalovestories.org/. The public will vote for the most “moving” stories, pictures and/or videos and the “SEPTA sweethearts” with the most votes will receive prizes. One prize offers a ride on the “Love Train,” a decorated Market-Frankford Line train with a perfect view of the Mural Arts Program’s “Love Letters.”
On Sept. 5, 2011 The Temple News featured an article about a sustainable apparel company (see article here), United By Blue, founded by Brian Linton, Temple alumnus. UBB seeks to free our nation’s waterways of pollution and for every product sold a pound of waste is removed from waterways.
Now UBB is reaching out to Temple students to fill positions in their internship program. If you are a student who wants to pair an environmentally friendly mission with the opportunity to learn what it’s like to grow a sustainable business and pursue real projects, you are encouraged to apply. There are several positions available ranging from marketing to graphic design, film and photography to cleanup planning.
Through their unique application process you are only required to submit a cover letter. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, which means there is no deadline but when positions are filled, they’re filled. For more information and to apply click here.
Kierra Bussey can be reached at Kierrajb@temple.edu.
Due to a projected revenue shortfall of $486.8 million, Gov. Tom Corbett announced in a press release Tuesday that Temple—along with the other three state-related universities—will face a five percent funding cut for the 2011-2012 fiscal year.
The $25.7 million reduction in state funding comes after a year in which the four state-related universities saw their state appropriation cut by 19 percent.
The cuts are part of a plan to reduce spending across the board in order to make up for the revenue shortfall. In addition to the state-related universities, Corbett ordered state agencies to curb spending by three percent and in some cases as much as ten percent.
For more on this, pick up The Temple News when it returns to newsstands on Jan. 17.
From Aperture Agency:
EXPOSURE! A student photography exhibition and sale in the Annenberg Hall Atrium, 3-7 pm this Friday, December 2. Come view and perhaps purchase a beautiful, one-of-a-kind print from the artist him/herself. What better [insert the winter holiday you celebrate here] gift than the unique art of Philadelphia’s finest? Support artists, beautify your space, express yourself.