Opera isn’t always described as wild and funny, but Temple University Opera proves to be both.
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Ready, maestro? Temple University Opera in the spotlight
Think opera isn’t for you? Temple University Opera—and the stunning photos of its performances—will make you think otherwise. Over the weekend, Temple presented two wildly bold and funny operas rolled into one: The Impresario and La Canterina.
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Celebrating Temple’s all-star faculty
At the annual Outstanding Faculty Service Awards brunch last week, individual faculty members from each of Temple’s schools and colleges were honored, and the Stauffer and 2016 Provost’s Outstanding Faculty Service and awards were presented.
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Combating a crisis: Temple to host public opioid symposium
Temple professors are working with community advocates, federal officials and Philadelphia officials to organize the upcoming event at which people can learn more about opioid addiction and available resources.
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Big vet on campus
Soldiers lined up facing the American flag.
Today, Gen. Colin L. Powell will be on campus for the grand opening of Temple’s Military and Veteran Services Center. Powell and Rear Adm. Tom Lynch will keynote the NewDay USA Leadership Forum at the Temple Performing Arts Center at 4:30 p.m. Register here. Walk-ins welcome if seats are available.
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Remembering David Adamany, Temple’s eighth president
A memorial service for David Adamany will be held Thursday, Nov. 17 at 4 p.m. in Sullivan Hall's Feinstone Lounge. The service is open to all.
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Owl talks Temple and ESPN
Kevin Negandhi smiling with an ESPN logo in the background.
With a freshly signed contract extension at ESPN, Kevin Negandhi, SMC ’98, HON ’15, reflects on how the opportunities he had at Temple propelled him into the big leagues.
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