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Family Law Prof Blog
College Debt Division at Divorce
In many states, divorce courts have the discretion to divide marital property in a holistic way.
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Providence Center, a continuing legacy of service
SISTER PEGGY DOHERTY shies away from the word legacy when talking about what she and five fellow sisters built in a renovated North Philadelphia rowhouse 20 years ago.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Planning Commission Sends Case Involving Move Of Tennessee Temple On To City Council
The Planning Commission on Monday sent a plan for the move of Tennessee Temple University to the suburbs on to the City Council.
Law grads face bleak employment picture
School: Drexel University Number of 2013 graduates: 138 Number working full-time job requiring JD: 69 Number unemployed still seeking work: 16 Number working at firms with 100 or less lawyers: 30 Number working at firms with more than 100 lawyers: 11 Number working in judicial clerkships: 14 Number working in business/industry: 15 Number working in ... (more)
Troubled times at Bright Hope
IT WAS FINALLY warm on the Sunday when North Philadelphia's Bright Hope Baptist Church hosted a special guest preacher, the Rev.
Man dies after fall from window near Temple
A young man believed to be visiting friends near Temple University died over the weekend after falling from an apartment-building window near the school's North Philadelphia campus.
A visit to Shane's candy shop remains a sweet Easter ritual
PHILADELPHIA If mixed religious metaphors be heresy, so be it. For more than a century, Shane's candy shop at Second and Market Streets has been Mecca during the weeks leading up to Easter.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
The Washington Post
It is, surely, one of our towering achievements as a civilization - right up there with the Sistine Chapel, the B Minor Mass, Notre Dame, Paradise Lost, .
The York Daily Record
Where McCord, McGinty, Schwartz and Wolf stand
The Pennsylvania Democratic gubernatorial candidates wait offstage before the start of their forum at the Pennsylvania College Democrats convention at Temple University, Friday, March 28, 2014, in Philadelphia.
Union County College President Margaret McMenamin honored by NJBIZ
Union County College President Margaret M. McMenamin has been named one of New Jersey's 2014 Best 50 Women in Business.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Ventura County Star
College Notebook: Temple's Lucas will transfer after school year
Courtesy of Temple Athletics Sophomore Leah Lucas is playing her final season at Temple University.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Philly museum truck drives home local history
Last year, Erin Bernard was walking past a row of food trucks near Temple University when inspiration struck.
Philadelphia Public Record
City Hall Sam: Wolf-Stack Ticket Looms On Horizon
STATE REP. ED NEILSON was the MC at the National College Democratic Convention held at Temple University.
Knoxville News Sentinel
Promise scholarships expanded to private two-year schools
When she first heard the idea to make community college free for high school graduates, Hiwassee College President Robin Tricoli immediately started calling local legislators, and she asked faculty at the school to do the same.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Newberry Library to be Honored by Ruth Page Center for the Performing Arts
The Newberry is honored to be the second recipient of The Ruth Page Center for the Arts Distinguished Service Award.
Girls charged in brick attack held for trial
At less than 5 feet tall, Zaria Estes could have been mistaken for a middle-school student in court Thursday.
Philadelphia Gay News
Diversity group to be led by out director
After 10 years as a member of the board of directors of the Philadelphia Multicultural Affairs Congress, Greg DeShields will take the helm of the organization next week.
Revisiting a debate: Does psychiatry overmedicate?
When Robert Whitaker's book, which questioned the extensive and long-term use of medications in psychiatry, was published in 2010, doctors treated him like a "heretic," he said.
Symphony celebrates Altoona
Concert pianist Anthony Cornet remembers in the mid-90s when he was about 6 years old attending a concert of the Altoona Symphony Orchestra.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Philadelphia Gay News
A Reading with Dustin Kidd
Join us for a reading with Dustin Kidd of his new book POP CULTURE FREAKS: IDENTITY, MASS MEDIA, AND SOCIETY.