...and then imagine a world without Temple. That’s right, you can’t.
Nutshell | A Newsletter for Temple students
A video screenshot showing two Temple students.
What’s TUYA?
Have we ever told you how much we love the TUYA? Don’t you just dream about being part of the cool things the TUYA does? Wait, do you know what TUYA stands for? Turns out some of you don’t. ’Cause we took to the streets and asked—and one of you thought the Y stood for “yam.” YAM. We’re *still* shaking our heads. The TUYA is actually a super boss and important group, especially for you seniors (spoiler alert!!!). So, you soon-to-fly Owls, after you register for the March 22 Gradfest and begin the countdown to your departure (insert tear-stream emoji), go watch our video educating you on the magical power of the yam TUYA.

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Who run the world? Owls!
Owls like Haseeb Goheer, who’s spent his time at Temple using soccer to raise HIV and AIDS awareness. And Owls like the alumni who’ve gone on to develop life-saving medicine, assist refugees and combat violence. Owls like you. If you know fellow students, alumni, or staff or faculty members whose impact is changing things for the better, drop us a line at nutshell@temple.edu. ’Cause we want to know. And we want the world to know.

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Nutshell | A Newsletter for Temple students
We love Temple’s global network. And we love when Temple’s global network brings together our international students and alumni. Like these Owls.
Runnel (n): A small stream or channel. “After a long day of work, the young Owls of the TUYA enjoyed gathering beside a quaint runnel to talk about Temple while they feasted on yams.”
MTVU featured some awesome videos about TU recently, including one about food trucks in which an Owl *actually* referred to a truck as the “Little Burrito Sandwich Truck.” Sigh.
@Will_Pepper: Are the berries on the bushes outside of Presser Hall safe to eat? @TempleUniv

Um, we’re gonna say no…
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