Friday, November 13, 2009


News update:

A few things going on over the past 24 hours.

First, more Temple Football. Damn, I guess winning 7 games gets your team just a little bit of media attention. This article is a bit different in the rest in that it focuses on Temple maintaining their drive and killer instinct despite the success they've been having, which Al Golden realizes isn't automatic.

Next, check out this piece on the new Hillel center at the corner of Norris and 15th. The center has been open for quite a while now, but this article covers exactly what Hillel is about, as well as some notes on Jewish life and culture.

So you all know the world is going to end in 2012 right? Peep this article on the upcoming disaster of a movie 2012, which quotes Temple prof Ronald Webb arguing why the whole thing is just damn preposterous, boy.



1-6: Book and media swap in Tuttleman 201. Got lots of old books, videos, cds, and other shit you don't need? Bring them along to this swap, pay $5 bucks that goes to help youngsters publish "Treehouse books," and peruse other people's old junk.

1-2: Internationally known photographer Lonnie Graham shows off decades worth of his shit.

7: Women's basketball starts their season against Illinois in McGonigle Hall. The team projects to be pretty solid, as always.

7:30: Student dance concert, Conwell Dance Theater. Catch the best of the best dance performances of the students, by the students, and for the money.

8:00: The first performance of "Dreaming of Diamonds: The Conwell Project" in Tomlinson Theater. In honor of Temple's 125, the University is putting on a little play about the founding of Temple, starring founder Russell Conwell as himself.

: Temple football at Akron. Yea it's away, but the game is on ESPNU. But seeing as how nobody in the world has ESPNU, the Draught Horse has you covered, as they'll have the game on in addition to handing out free Temple b-ball posters and of course, drink specials. All you underage kiddies are allowed in for the game, but word is they're kickin' ya out afterwards.

8-11: SHOT! heads into its final weekend, making this the last Friday night performance. If you haven't already checked it out, it comes highly recommended. It'll inspire you to do good things.


Temple rugby continues its successful season as they take on West Chester for the EPRU (Eastern Pennsylvania Rugby Union) championship. For deets contact Mike Rizzo at 908-907-0800.

2 p.m.: SHOT!....See above.

7: Flyers vs. Sabres at the Wachovia Center. Tickets start at $20.

7-9: Women's volleyball senior night against St Louis in McGonigle. It's also "dig for a cure" which means funds will go to fighting cancer.

8 p.m.: SHOT!...See above, again.

: Brand New at the electric factory.

Anyone with additional listings, feel free to post them up, have a great one!

1 comment:

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