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The Official Experience Temple Day 2012 Playlist February 26, 2012

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Hello, Owls! It’s finally upon us…Experience Temple Day 2012.

That means it’s time to release this year’s highly-anticipated playlist. You can find all 27 songs below. Enjoy!

Don’t forget to use Twitter #etd2012 and to check-in using “Experience Temple Day (ETD)” on Foursquare.

  1. “Simply the Best” – Tina Turner
  2. “Another Day” – Jamie Lidell
  3. “Get Ready” – The Temptations
  4. “Semi-Charmed Life” – Third Eye Blind
  5. “Days Go By” – Keith Urban
  6. “Danza Kuduro” -Don Omar
  7. “Valerie” – Glee Cast
  8. “Uptown Girl” – Billy Joel
  9. “Faster” – Matt Nathanson
  10. “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” – Junior Vasquez Mix
  11. “Dynamite” -Taio Cruz
  12. “Mine (Pop Mix)” – Taylor Swift
  13. “My Body” – Young the Giant
  14. “Stronger” – Kelly Clarkson
  15. “One More Yeah” – Yoni
  16. “Hit The Lights” – Selena Gomez
  17. “Super Bass” – Nicki Minaj
  18. “Domino” – Jessie J
  19. “Hello” – Martin Solveig
  20. “Tonight Is The Night” – Outasight
  21. “Part of Me” – Katy Perry
  22. “Can’t Stop Me” – Afrojack and Shermanology
  23. “2012 (It Ain’t The End Of The World)” – Jay Sean
  24. “We Found Love” – Rihanna
  25. “Without You” – David Guetta ft. Usher
  26. “Fade Into Darkness (Vocal Radio Edit)” – Avicii
  27. “Levels” – Avicii

UPDATE: The following tracks were added to the mix for the 3/25 event: “Photograph” by Santana feat. Chris Daughtry; “Tongue Tied” by Grouplove; “I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles) Remix” by Gareth Nevin; “Feel So Close” by Calvin Harris; “Glad You Came” by The Wanted; “Levels (In Reverse)” by George Money and “So Much Love” by Fedde Le Grand.

Volunteer With Temple Admissions This Weekend November 17, 2011

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Undergraduate Admissions at Temple University is hosting their second Open House for Fall 2011.

The event kicks off from 9 a.m. and runs through 3 p.m. this Saturday, November 19th. Volunteers can join us beginning at 7:30 a.m. and stay until lunchtime or work through the conclusion of the program.

If you spare a few hours of  your Saturday morning, you may be assigned to help welcome guests or give directional support throughout main campus.

Yes! There are perks! Volunteers get hooked up with a free t-shirt, lunch, and a 15% coupon to the campus bookstore.

Interested? Email Adrianne Greth at amgreth@temple.edu to sign-up.

P.S. Prospective Owl Ambassadors should HIGHLY consider volunteering for this event.

Temple Tour Guides ‘Drive Admissions, Local Economy,’ University Says October 27, 2011

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Temple's Main Campus, overlooking the Bell Tower. Credit: Undergraduate Admissions

A new article published by Temple University Communications says the school’s Owl Ambassadors serve as a driving force for enrollment and the city’s economy.

The story connects “Temple’s elite corps of 37 tour guides” to the rapidly-increasing number of guests visiting the university in North Philadelphia.

If those visiting students enroll at Temple, the potential money they will spend within the city limits, not including tuition, contributes to Philadelphia’s $2.4 billion economy, according to the article.

To experience the story, click here.

Summer’s on Deck as the Semester Nears an End April 23, 2010

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year again. No, it’s not the holiday season, but it is nearing the end of the spring semester and my sophomore year at Temple. Yes, finals are quickly approaching and I’m already grinding the coffee for study days, but come May 12, summer break will be king. Before junior year rolls around this fall, I will have had some hands-on experience in the media world and a summer course to add to the resume.

Over the summer, I’ll be taking an online journalism course, Journalism Research. This course is solely based online and will be over before July starts! Additionally, WFMZ-TV in Berks County has granted me a great opportunity as a journalism student to get hands-on and real world experience this summer as an intern in their news department.

Of course, mixed in with the business side of things, I’ll be soaking up the sun and sitting pool side. You may also find me at the Reading Phillies entertaining the crowd as one of the team’s mascots or operating a Phan Cam throughout the stadium. Some good ol’ rest and relaxation will round out the summer months before its time to return to Temple in August. Be sure to follow the blog all summer long for posts and updates on what’s going on in my world!

Spring at Temple April 5, 2010

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Spring has arrived and so have the record-high temperatures for the month of April, causing foliage to bloom early around the city. This cherry blossom tree near Anderson Hall is one of the many around Temple’s main campus that have been tricked by the warm weather.