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Temple Women’s Basketball allowed a season-high 75 points in their loss to Saint Joseph’s on Wednesday night to remain w...
11/24/2022
Third quarter collapse costs Temple in loss to St. Joe’s

Temple Women’s Basketball allowed a season-high 75 points in their loss to Saint Joseph’s on Wednesday night to remain winless in Big 5 play.

Temple Women’s Basketball allowed the Hawks to shoot 64 percent from the field in the second half of a 75-66 loss Wednesday night.

Temple Women’s Basketball has found some rhythm but can’t put it all together, falling in back to back games.
11/23/2022
Temple of the AAC goes 1-2 against the Big East

Temple Women’s Basketball has found some rhythm but can’t put it all together, falling in back to back games.

After a win against Georgetown, Temple lost back-to-back games against stiffer Big East competition.

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11/23/2022

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After jumping out to an early lead, Temple Men’s Basketball lost to the University of Richmond on Tuesday night at the E...
11/23/2022
Turnovers continue to hurt Temple in loss to Richmond

After jumping out to an early lead, Temple Men’s Basketball lost to the University of Richmond on Tuesday night at the Empire Classic in Brooklyn.

After committing a season-high 21 turnovers yesterday against St. John’s, Temple Men’s Basketball recorded 16 in a 61-49 loss against Richmond at The Empire Classic in Brooklyn.

Temple Men’s Basketball turned the ball over 21 times in a 78-72 loss to St. John’s University Monday night at the Empir...
11/22/2022
Temple suffers third loss in defeat to St. John’s at Empire Classic

Temple Men’s Basketball turned the ball over 21 times in a 78-72 loss to St. John’s University Monday night at the Empire Classic.

“It’s awareness,” said Temple head coach Aaron McKie. “We got ourselves in trouble late in the first half.”

The loss further threatens Temple’s chances of receiving an at-large bid to the NCAA tournament in March as the Owls suffered their third non-conference defeat.

Temple Men’s Basketball could not capitalize on key possessions down the stretch and sits at 3-2 after five games.

Earlier today, Jennifer Griffin, Temple’s vice president of public safety, shared updates regarding three recent home in...
11/21/2022
Temple addresses students following Monday home invasion

Earlier today, Jennifer Griffin, Temple’s vice president of public safety, shared updates regarding three recent home invasions involving Temple students, as well as the safety measures taken by the university and resources available to students.

Two suspects broke into a residence on 18th Street near Berks on Monday morning.

With the recent chaos surrounding ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, Temple students have struggled to secure ti...
11/21/2022
Taylor Swift fans at Temple scramble to secure Eras Tour tickets

With the recent chaos surrounding ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour, Temple students have struggled to secure tickets for Swift’s first tour in nearly five years.

“I got let in and it literally felt like a warzone, every time I would put tickets in my cart it would say another fan beat you to it and I was like, ‘no, this is so bad,’” said a senior environmental studies major. “But I am lucky I got two tickets and I feel like even if you had everything stacked up for you, it was literally just random.”

Swift will be visiting Philadelphia for her Eras Tour at Lincoln Financial Field in May.

After managing busy schedules, students are excited for the chance to forget about their busy classes and visit their fa...
11/21/2022
Students plan for time with family as COVID concerns subside

After managing busy schedules, students are excited for the chance to forget about their busy classes and visit their families, especially because the COVID-19 pandemic has kept people separated in recent years.

“It was hard for us to like get together because we were separated, but now that COVID is kind of like dying down we can now like come back together to celebrate how we usually do,” said a freshman health professions major.

In Pennsylvania, there have been approximately 10,000 COVID-19 cases between Nov. 9 and Nov. 16, compared to almost 40,000 cases during the same week last year.

Temple Women’s Basketball put up 71 points in a three-point loss to No. 24 Villanova just 13 days after an 18-point loss...
11/21/2022
Owls’ impressive night ends in defeat

Temple Women’s Basketball put up 71 points in a three-point loss to No. 24 Villanova just 13 days after an 18-point loss to previously-ranked Princeton.

Temple Women’s Basketball led for the majority of the game against No. 24 Villanova until a late Wildcats surge prevented an Owls victory.

Temple Football defense bounced back from a poor defensive performance, holding Cincinnati to 23 points, but received li...
11/20/2022
Owls offense stagnant in loss to Bearcats

Temple Football defense bounced back from a poor defensive performance, holding Cincinnati to 23 points, but received little help from their offense.

Temple Football had 202 total yards of offense in a 23-3 loss to the University of Cincinnati on Saturday evening.

Despite a record-setting day by E.J Warner, Temple Football couldn’t hold on to a last-minute lead, ending its hopes of ...
11/19/2022
E.J. Warner’s record-breaking day still not enough for a win

Despite a record-setting day by E.J Warner, Temple Football couldn’t hold on to a last-minute lead, ending its hopes of making a bowl game in head coach Stan Drayton’s first season.

“It’s been a tough journey and they’ve grown every step of the way,” Drayton said.

Now playing for nothing but pride, the Owls are preparing for two home games to end the season.

Warner became Temple’s record holder for passing yards in a game and passing yards in a season, but the Owls still lost in a shootout to Houston.

After being benched on Tuesday night against Vanderbilt, redshirt sophomore guard Khalif Battle’s 24 points led Temple M...
11/19/2022
Battle guides Temple past Rutgers in Hall of Fame Showcase game

After being benched on Tuesday night against Vanderbilt, redshirt sophomore guard Khalif Battle’s 24 points led Temple Men’s Basketball past Rutgers in the Hall of Fame Showcase game.

After losing to Vanderbilt at home Tuesday, Temple Men’s Basketball defeated Rutgers 72-66 on Friday evening in Uncasville, Connecticut.

After two overtime losses at home to programs that need an automatic bid to make the NCAA Tournament, @tumbbhoops heads ...
11/18/2022
Owls desperate for wins after three games

After two overtime losses at home to programs that need an automatic bid to make the NCAA Tournament, @tumbbhoops heads into the Basketball Hall of Fame Showcase and @EmpireClassicBB desperate for wins.

Story by Javon Edmonds

Three games into the 2022-23 season, Temple basketball has been upset in overtime twice and disgruntled an all-conference player.

After beating Georgetown last Saturday, Temple couldn’t repeat that success against the Hoyas’ Big East rivals in Queens...
11/17/2022
Owls blow halftime lead in loss to St. John’s

After beating Georgetown last Saturday, Temple couldn’t repeat that success against the Hoyas’ Big East rivals in Queens as St. John’s won 66-54.

Story by Liam Andell.

Less than a week before the men’s team heads to Brooklyn for the Empire Classic, Temple’s women couldn’t get a win in Queens.

Temple Women’s Basketball split its first two matchups of the season, winning its season opener against Georgetown on Sa...
11/16/2022
Owls getting used to each other after one week of basketball

Temple Women’s Basketball split its first two matchups of the season, winning its season opener against Georgetown on Saturday. Through two games, the Owls are getting used to coach Diane Richardson’s system.

“That first game was an anomaly,” Richardson said. “We knew that Georgetown was going to come in and try to slow us down because of our pace – and they did that with the zone – but we just kept going.”

The Owls now have to prepare for Big East foes St. John’s and Villanova.

Temple Women’s Basketball knows exactly how it wants to play this season, the team is just getting used to executing it.

Following standard procedure, Interfraternity Council Vice President Justin Sagam has assumed the duties of IFC Presiden...
11/16/2022
Kappa Delta Rho placed on interim suspension following hazing allegation

Following standard procedure, Interfraternity Council Vice President Justin Sagam has assumed the duties of IFC President Dylan Hollywood, who is a member of Kappa Delta Rho.

Following standard procedure, Interfraternity Council Vice President Justin Sagam has also assumed the duties of IFC President Dylan Hollywood.

Sophomore libero Falanika Danielson, Temple’s defensive leader, reached 1,000 digs for her career on Oct. 5, a feat that...
11/16/2022
Volleyball’s Danielson becoming a Temple stalwart

Sophomore libero Falanika Danielson, Temple’s defensive leader, reached 1,000 digs for her career on Oct. 5, a feat that has not been achieved since 2014.

Libero Falanika Danielson reached 1,000 digs on Oct. 5 against East Carolina University.

Despite a 38-point performance from Damian Dunn, Temple Men’s Basketball lost to Vanderbilt 89-87 in overtime on Tuesday...
11/16/2022
Owls waste career night from Dunn in loss to Commodores

Despite a 38-point performance from Damian Dunn, Temple Men’s Basketball lost to Vanderbilt 89-87 in overtime on Tuesday night at The Liacouras Center.

After going 0-5 from the field in the first half, redshirt sophomore guard Khalif Battle hardly appeared on the floor in the second half.

“I just played the guys who I felt wanted to be out there,” said head coach Aaron McKie.

Despite 38 points from redshirt sophomore guard Damian Dunn, Temple Men’s Basketball lost to Vanderbilt University 89-87 in overtime on Tuesday night.

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11/15/2022

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After a strong performance this past Saturday, Temple Volleyball couldn’t compete with SMU’s strong front row on Sunday ...
11/14/2022
Owls shutout by Mustangs

After a strong performance this past Saturday, Temple Volleyball couldn’t compete with SMU’s strong front row on Sunday afternoon, losing in a 3-0 shutout.

Temple Volleyball couldn’t compete with South Methodist University, falling to 4-12 in conference play on the season.

In response to an off-campus robbery involving 11 Temple students Friday morning, Temple University released a statement...
11/13/2022
Temple reminds students of safety resources following Friday robbery

In response to an off-campus robbery involving 11 Temple students Friday morning, Temple University released a statement reminding students of safety measures they can take.

Griffin urged students to secure entryways and alert landlords of any repairs needed on entryways or locks. Students can also use campus safety resources including the RAVE Guardian app, FLIGHT or the university’s walking es**rt program.

“Violence against one of us affects all of us,” wrote Jennifer Griffin, Temple’s vice president of public safety. “Any incident affecting a member of our community is treated with the utmost care and concern.”

Jennifer Griffin reminded students to secure all entryways in their homes and utilize Temple’s campus safety resources.

Temple Athletics did not renew Temple Men’s Soccer head coach Brian Rowland’s contract after five seasons with the progr...
11/13/2022
Brian Rowland let go as men’s soccer coach

Temple Athletics did not renew Temple Men’s Soccer head coach Brian Rowland’s contract after five seasons with the program.

Temple Athletics did not renew Men’s Soccer head coach Brian Rowland’s contract after five seasons with the program.

Temple Women’s Basketball rolled past Georgetown 78-61 on Saturday afternoon for Richardson’s first win as head coach.
11/13/2022
Owls beat Hoyas for first win of Richardson era

Temple Women’s Basketball rolled past Georgetown 78-61 on Saturday afternoon for Richardson’s first win as head coach.

Temple Women's basketball beat Georgetown University 78-61 for their first win at The Liacouras Center since 2019.

Temple Football true freshman quarterback E.J. Warner broke Temple’s single-game passing yards record in a 43-36 loss to...
11/13/2022
Owls lose heartbreaker to Houston

Temple Football true freshman quarterback E.J. Warner broke Temple’s single-game passing yards record in a 43-36 loss to the University of Houston.

Temple’s chances at bowl eligibility were diminished with less than a minute remaining as Houston scored a 44-yard touchdown to seal a Cougars victory.

Temple Football fell short despite delivering one of their best offensive performances of the season behind freshman quarterback E.J. Warner’s 486 passing yards.

In Stan Drayton’s first game back on the sidelines, Temple’s offense cruised to a win against USF.“There’s no give in wi...
11/12/2022
Temple played so well in its win against USF, it got Bulls coach fired

In Stan Drayton’s first game back on the sidelines, Temple’s offense cruised to a win against USF.

“There’s no give in with this unit at all,” Drayton said. “They’ve faced some tough times during the course of the season and they’ve always come to work willing to grow. And this really does feel good for them to get a win.”

Now, Temple has to win out to become bowl-eligible in Drayton’s first season.

In the first year of a rebuild, Temple continued a trend of beating the teams they’re supposed to.

Temple Volleyball finally put it together to get a four-set match against the University of Memphis on Friday night, mak...
11/12/2022
Owls defeat Tigers in a four-set match

Temple Volleyball finally put it together to get a four-set match against the University of Memphis on Friday night, making this their first win in three games.

Temple Volleyball won their first match in three games against the University of Memphis 3-1.

Ninety-nine percent of Temple University Graduate Student Association members voted to authorize a strike, meaning union...
11/12/2022
TUGSA votes to authorize strike

Ninety-nine percent of Temple University Graduate Student Association members voted to authorize a strike, meaning union leaders can call for a strike if demands aren’t met. Earlier Friday, Temple shared a contingency plan for if TUGSA strikes.

“Please be assured that our priority is the quality and continuity of your classes during this time, and we are confident that we will provide both,” wrote Provost Gregory Mandel and Ken Kaiser, senior vice president and chief operating officer, in an email.

Ninety-nine percent of union members voted to authorize the measure.

In their first meeting in 999 days, Temple Men’s Basketball defeated Big 5 rival and No. 16 Villanova University 68-64 o...
11/12/2022
Dunn, Reynolds lead Temple past No. 16 Villanova

In their first meeting in 999 days, Temple Men’s Basketball defeated Big 5 rival and No. 16 Villanova University 68-64 on Friday night at the Liacouras Center.

For the first time since 2012, Temple Men’s Basketball took down Big 5 rival Villanova University 68-64 on Friday night at the Liacouras Center.

Temple Men’s Basketball head coach Aaron McKie has a roster of strictly players he has brought in for the first time in ...
11/11/2022
McKie’s vision coming to fruition

Temple Men’s Basketball head coach Aaron McKie has a roster of strictly players he has brought in for the first time in his Temple coaching career.

Temple Men’s Basketball head coach Aaron McKie finally established his culture in his fourth season at the helm for the Owls.

How did Temple Basketball perform in their first games of the season? How do Pennsylvania Senate and gubernatorial candi...
11/11/2022
November 9: Temple Basketball Predictions?

How did Temple Basketball perform in their first games of the season? How do Pennsylvania Senate and gubernatorial candidates feel about abortion and public safety laws? Listen to this week’s podcast episode of RePrint to find out!

RePrint is your biweekly rundown of the stories you need to know about in The Temple News’ print edition. Now available Wednesdays at 8 a.m. ET featuring Olivia Hall and other editors from The Temple News.

Two armed men gathered students in an apartment building and stole debit cards, cellphones and left with a vehicle Frida...
11/11/2022
Several students robbed in apartment at gunpoint

Two armed men gathered students in an apartment building and stole debit cards, cellphones and left with a vehicle Friday morning.

Credit cards, cellphones and a vehicle were stolen, according to police.

Sisters Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh cover environmental issues in season three of “Kindred.” When the pandemic began, ...
11/10/2022
CLA alumna produces environmental podcast

Sisters Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh cover environmental issues in season three of “Kindred.”

When the pandemic began, Coffin and Asplund started to think of ways to reach a broader audience and settled on podcasting, Coffin said.

In 2020, Coffin, a 1998 anthropology alumna, began working on “Kindred,” a podcast dedicated to connecting with animals and the environment, with the first episode airing in May 2021. Each episode features an interview with an expert on the topic, aiming to highlight the connection between humans and our ecosystems.

Sisters Kate Coffin and Jenn Asplundh discuss environmental issues in season three of “Kindred.”

ESSAY: “The idea of getting a lower grade than what I was expecting was unnerving because I thought the grade was a refl...
11/10/2022
My desire for academic validation controlled me

ESSAY: “The idea of getting a lower grade than what I was expecting was unnerving because I thought the grade was a reflection of me.” Marie Schmidt, a journalism major, describes how she confused her worth with her grades in high school.

A student describes how she confused her self-worth with her academic performance.

After lacking in depth last season, Temple Women’s Basketball used the transfer portal to improve the team and add score...
11/10/2022
Owls’ transfers help shape new roster

After lacking in depth last season, Temple Women’s Basketball used the transfer portal to improve the team and add scorers to the roster, creating an “equal opportunity offense.”

Temple Women’s Basketball will look to their seven new transfers to help reshape the roster during Diane Richardson’s first year as head coach.

Coaches have said Jamille Reynolds has what it takes to be a professional basketball player. Now, it’s up to him to show...
11/10/2022
Reynolds can help Owls “March” into big dance

Coaches have said Jamille Reynolds has what it takes to be a professional basketball player. Now, it’s up to him to showcase why for Temple Men’s Basketball.
“I think if we have one of Kur [Jongkuch] or Jamille on our team last year, I think we’re an NCAA Tournament team,” said assistant coach Jimmy Fenerty.

After two years at the University of Central Florida, Jamille Reynolds is ready to make an impact for Temple.

Temple Men’s Basketball guard Khalif Battle led the AAC in scoring before going down with a broken fifth metatarsal last...
11/09/2022
A story of recovery: Khalif Battle’s comeback

Temple Men’s Basketball guard Khalif Battle led the AAC in scoring before going down with a broken fifth metatarsal last season.

Temple Men’s Basketball’s Khalif Battle is making his return to the floor after his injury last season.

Here’s where midterm results currently stand in Pennsylvania a day after Election Day.Democrats have secured the Pennsyl...
11/09/2022
Tracking 2022 Pennsylvania midterm elections results

Here’s where midterm results currently stand in Pennsylvania a day after Election Day.
Democrats have secured the Pennsylvania governorship and U.S. Senate seat.
Attorney General Josh Shapiro (D) defeated State. Sen Doug Mastriano (R-33) for the state’s governorship with 55.7 percent of the vote.
Lt. Governor John Fetterman (D) solidified a seat pickup for Democrats in the U.S. Senate. He defeated Mehmet Oz (R) with 50.4 percent of the vote.
Around Main Campus, Incumbent U.S. Reps. Brendan Boyle (D) and Dwight Evans (D) won against their opponents in the U.S. 2nd and 3rd Congressional Districts, respectively.

Polls closed at 8 p.m. in Pennsylvania as voters cast ballots for races including U.S. Senate, Pennsylvania governor, and the U.S. House of Representatives.

Basketball season is here! Temple Men's and Women's Basketball began their seasons earlier this week, but there's still ...
11/09/2022
BASKETBALL PREVIEW 2022

Basketball season is here! Temple Men's and Women's Basketball began their seasons earlier this week, but there's still time to learn more about all the new players and coaches. Check out this year's Basketball Preview for all the details and so much more.

Here’s what you need to know about the 2022-23 Temple University men’s and women’s basketball seasons

John Fetterman has won Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race with 49.5 percent of the vote.
11/09/2022
John Fetterman defeats Mehmet Oz

John Fetterman has won Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate race with 49.5 percent of the vote.

Fetterman won with 49.5 percent of the vote, in a close race against Mehmet Oz.

Democrat Josh Shapiro defeats Republican State Sen. Doug Mastriano in bid for Governor with 54.8 percent of the vote.
11/09/2022
Josh Shapiro defeats Doug Mastriano

Democrat Josh Shapiro defeats Republican State Sen. Doug Mastriano in bid for Governor with 54.8 percent of the vote.

Democrat Josh Shaprio has defeated State. Sen Doug Mastriano (R-33) with 54.8 percent of the vote.

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