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Plus: Ta-Nehisi Coates talks to a packed Liacouras Center.

Ta-Nehisi Coates at Temple: Gentrification, Tension, Plunder

After reading an excerpt from his award-winning book, Between the World and Me, the acclaimed author talked about the theme of plunder against African Americans and answered student questions.

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The Rain in Taitung

As a Fulbright scholar and English teaching assistant in Taiwan, Nicholas Gareca (CLA '16) is bringing everything from Audrey Hepburn to acoustic guitar into the classroom.

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Briana Odom

The Ultimate Balance Routine

Senior Briana Odom has managed to juggle her psychology coursework, the demands of being a Division I athlete, and an internship at a certain three-letter federal agency.

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Philadelphians React Positively to DNC, Temple Study Says

A survey conducted by Temple's Institute for Survey Research shows that most Philadelphians think the city benefited from hosting the Democratic National Convention.

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Recent English Grads Put their Degrees to Use in Many Fields

From music to journalism to fundraising, English department graduates have found their skills translate to a variety of professions.

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Upcoming Events

Fall 2016 POETS & WRITERS Series: Laura van den Berg
November 3
5:30 p.m.

Dissent in America Teach-in: Post Election Recap: What Does it All Mean?
November 11
2:00 - 3:30 p.m.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Day
November 16
12:00 p.m.

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Media Mentions

Why does Meek Mill get into so many beefs?
The Philadelphia Inquirer
October 27

Temple Professor Weighs In On Trump’s Debate Comments
CBS Philly
October 20

Discussing race in the classroom: 'Are all white people racist'?
The Christian Science Monitor
October 19

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