Today the campus will remember David W. Adamany, Temple’s eighth president, who passed away Nov. 10.
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Remembering David W. Adamany
The Temple community will gather this afternoon to celebrate the life of the university’s eighth president at a memorial service in Sullivan Hall’s Feinstone Lounge. Adamany was an uncompromising advocate for high-quality education who transformed and invigorated the institution. He died last week after a brief illness. He was 80. The service begins at 4 p.m. and is open to all.
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Supporting Temple’s service members
On Veterans Day, Temple Law hosted Wills for Heroes, a program that provides wills free of charge to veterans and first responders.
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Military and Veteran Services Center holds grand opening on Main Campus
With the newly opened center in Conwell Hall, student veterans and active service members are able to easily access information and resources. To celebrate its official grand opening, Gen. Colin Powell attended the ribbon cutting ceremony Nov. 15.
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Temple Athletics is leading where it matters the most—graduating student-athletes. Owls are ranked among the top 25 for NCAA graduation success rate, setting a university record for the seventh consecutive year.
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Sara Davis Buechner is an individual of many lives—her newest being a Temple Owl. She’s an accomplished pianist and associate professor at the Boyer College of Music and Dance. Buechner talks with The Philadelphia Inquirer about her career, life and upcoming performance tomorrow night at Rock Hall.
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Distinguished Faculty Lecture Series: Anne Létourneau
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Temple University Symphony Orchestra
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Live, Love, Laugh and Leisure: The Role of Leisure in Health and Well-being
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Faculty Recital: Sara Davis Buechner, Piano
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