The official newsletter of Temple University's College of Liberal Arts

This is Our Life's Work

We're a community of civic-minded and globally conscious creative thinkers, doers and risk-takers. Our graduates are ready to enter the workforce and make a difference.

This is more than college. This is our life’s work. Watch the video >

The Great Migratory
Patterns of Bill Schindler

National Geographic television personality and acclaimed anthropologist Bill Schindler (PhD '06) never imagined that going blind while attending college could help him see his future so clearly. Read more >

Throwing Clay for the Humanities

In Associate Professor of History Seth Bruggeman's "Studies in American Material Culture" class, graduate students don't just learn to appreciate historical objects — they learn to make them. Read more >

Alumnus Does Good for Veterans

Do Good Multnomah, the homeless shelter founded by Chris Aiosa '09, is the first veterans-only shelter in Portland, Oregon and the city’s only veteran-centered non-profit. Read more >

Upcoming Events

Open House - Department of Geography and Urban Studies

April 14 | 11:00 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.

The Crucial Role of the Liberal Arts in a Fractured World: Frank Bruni

April 15 | 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.


Fox vs. CLA Fun Fieldz Frenzy

April 16 | 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Media Mentions

What a Donald Trump Presidency Would Really Mean for Small Business

March 22

Science Briefs: Always checking your mobile device? It’s impulse

The Charlotte Observer
March 19


Temple University seeks to understand city with new survey method

The Philadelphia Inquirer
March 9

Social Buzz

@tuliberalarts: Sociology professor @dustinkidd1 shares some truth with @cbs_philly. #liberalartseducation #TempleMade @pop_culture_freak

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