Top 10 Stories Features for 2022

Rapper Jack Harlow performs throughout Owlchella on the Liacouras Middle on April 21. | Noel Chacko/Temple Information

All through 2022, Temple College college students have continued to seek out their footing within the early phases of a post-pandemic, but nonetheless politically turbulent world. Some have taken energetic roles by getting concerned of their native communities after far-off occasions that shook the world, together with the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the loss of life of Mahsa Amini.

Regardless of the altering world college students have discovered themselves in, they’re nonetheless in a position to take pleasure in extra of a return to regular life by cheering alongside at Residents Financial institution Park because the Phillies make it to the World Sequence or packing up the Liacouras Middle to see Jack Harlow and Swae Lee carry out in Owlchella.

Listed here are the highest 10 articles from the previous 12 months.

1. Temple college students, frightened professors after Roe v. Wade is reversed

Written by Julia Merola, Fallon Roth, and Suki Ortega

Protesters collect outdoors the USA Supreme Courtroom constructing on September 27, 2018. | Wikipedia/Courtesy

The Temple neighborhood was shocked and unnerved by the USA Supreme Courtroom’s resolution to annul it Roe v. Wade A decades-old ruling ensures the appropriate to abortion throughout the nation. The ruling put further strain on Pennsylvania’s 2022 gubernatorial and Senate elections as candidates used their campaigns to solidify their positions on the difficulty forward of the November election.

2. The Temple neighborhood displays the legacy of Bob Saget

Written by Rosie Leonard, Samantha Sullivan, and Eden McDougal

Bob Saget, who graduated from the Klein Faculty of Media and Communication in 1978, indicators a duplicate of The Temple Information throughout an interview with Jesse North in September 2006. | Jesse North/Courtesy

The Temple neighborhood mourned the loss of life of actor, comic, and alumnus Bob Saget. Saget, a 1978 graduate of Kline Faculty of Media and Communication, starred within the standard sitcom “Full Home,” incomes him the nickname “America’s Dad.”

3. Temple Military Reserve Officers’ Coaching Corps cadets pursue navy service amid declining recruitment in the USA

By Lawrence O’Kenney

U.S. Military Undersecretary Patrick Murphy, talking after a coaching session for the ROTC coaching program at Temple Sept. 23 whereas in Philadelphia. Therapeutic Ehsan for Temple Information

Though the U.S. Military is struggling to recruit new troopers, Temple’s Military ROTC continues to recruit college students seeking to pursue careers within the service after commencement. Some college students steadiness this system’s bodily calls for, lecturers, and extracurricular actions with the normal faculty expertise.

4. Temple Regulation college students help Ukrainian refugees

Written by Rosie Leonard

Sporting orange vests, Janita Hogan (left), a senior scientist at Merck and Joseph Hogan, a scholar in Temple’s chartered doctor program, work on the volunteer desk on the Polish border crossing on March 8 | Patrick Lengthy/Courtesy

After the Russian invasion of Ukraine in February, Joe Hogan and Patrick Lengthy, college students of Paisley Regulation College in Temple, traveled to Warsaw, Poland, to volunteer with organizations serving to these fleeing the invasion. Each have collected practically $25,000 in donations since their return to Philadelphia.

5. Jack Harlow ignites the Liacouras Middle crowd in Owlchella

Written by Rosie Leonard and Samantha Sullivan

Rapper Jack Harlow performs throughout Owlchella on the Liacouras Middle on April 21. | Noel Chacko/Temple Information

The Primary Campus Program Board hosted an Owlchella live performance on the Liacouras Middle for the primary time since 2019. College students waited in line for hours to lastly sing and dance alongside rap stars Jack Harlow and Swae Lee who headlined the occasion.

6. “Girls, Life, Freedom”: Iranian protesters vigil on the Bell Tower

By Sarah Frasca

Temple college students collect for a vigil in reminiscence of protesters who’ve died in Iran. | Earl Coven / Temple Information

Temple college students held a vigil within the bell tower after the loss of life of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Iranian girl who died within the custody of the nation’s morality police for sporting a headband “inappropriately”. Attendees urged the temple neighborhood to help the Iranian neighborhood on social media and confused the necessity for lawmakers to assist the struggling protesters in Iran.

7. Nice South Philadelphia Starbucks Syndicate

Written by Eden MacDougall

Maddie Levans, shift supervisor at Starbucks on ninth Avenue close to South, seems to be down the foyer from the bar. | Noel Chacko/Temple Information

Maddie Levans, a political science main, helped petition the Nationwide Labor Relations Board to consolidate her Starbucks retailer on ninth Avenue close to South. Her want to hitch a union grew on account of a falling out together with her boss after she acknowledged that she was in poor health on account of having COVID-19.

8. College students react to the Phillies’ development to the World Sequence

Written by Samuel O’Neill


On October 23, the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the San Diego Padres 4-3 to advance to the World Sequence for the primary time since 2009. Though the Phillies have been later defeated by the Houston Astros, followers loved watching the workforce’s observe and even the streets celebrating outdoors Metropolis Corridor after they The workforce defeated the Padres.

9. “Sole Surgeon” retains the locals’ sneakers contemporary

By Lawrence O’Kenney

Corey Matthews, a freshman majoring in enterprise administration, cleans a pair of Chanel sneakers in his bed room at Hardwicke Corridor on February 16. | Noel Chacko/Temple Information

As a part of the temple information Small Enterprise Listing, Cory Matthews, a freshman majoring in enterprise administration, highlighted his work cleansing “Sole Surgeon” sneakers. Matthews was impressed by his want to have a profitable black-owned enterprise and use his expertise to offer again to the youth in his neighborhood.

10. ‘Frozen in Time’: The couple mirror on how the press teased their relationship

Written by Rosie Leonard

Le Service (left), a 1977 journalism graduate and former editor of The Temple Information, writes at his desk within the newsroom. Naomi Service (proper), a 1977 English and Journalism graduate who met Lou whereas working at Temple Information, poses for a photograph in entrance of her now-husband’s desk at Temple Information within the Nineteen Seventies. | Liu/courtesy service

On Valentine’s Day, The Temple Information spoke to a few of the publication’s alumni to debate how they lastly met and fell in love. Naomi and Lou Service, each former editors at Temple Information within the Nineteen Seventies, met at Temple and married whereas pursuing careers at The New York Instances and in leisure reporting.

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