Temple head coach Matt Rhule sees a winner in P.J. Walker. Not the quarterback who threw 15 interceptions and lost two fumbles last season. And Rhule doesn’t want his junior QB to think back to his freshman season, when Walker’s numbers foreshadowed a promising future for the Owls. “I don’t … Continue Reading P.J. Walker looks to take game, Temple to next level
“It was just like being in a big, warm fucking blanket, like everything’s OK,” Chris said. Sitting on the rooftop of Anderson Hall at Temple University, Chris is telling a story with his backpack next to him and an electronic cigarette in hand. He’s wearing a button-down shirt with a … Continue Reading By all means necessary
Growing up in Wenksville, Pa., Justin Duerr didn’t have much creative freedom. Then he moved to Philadelphia and a whole different world opened up for Northern Liberties’ lead singer.
PHILADELPHIA — As a four-month-old puppy, Simba had been tied out in his backyard over the course of one the city’s hottest summers, deprived of water and food, hit by sticks, kicked and pelted by stones by his owner’s children. “If it weren’t for the people next door, the dog … Continue Reading With holidays looming, Operation Ava hoping for more adoptions
PHILADELPHIA — Education, privacy and social media awareness were three things 2013 Lew Klein Excellence in the Media award winner Whoopi Goldberg stressed Thursday to approximately 350 students during “A Conversation with Whoopi Goldberg” at the Temple Performing Arts Center. “People put everything in their lives on how hip and … Continue Reading Whoopi encourages Temple students to ‘know their shit’