Temple reconnects with its renowned art school

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When Temple University announced its respected art school would move from the leafy suburbs to its main Philadelphia campus, some students worried it would be swallowed up by the rest of the college, becoming a ...
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Screwy Louie

Bethlehem, PA

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Aug 10, 2008
 
I hate being a stick in the mud,but will the students be issued machine guns to protect themselves ,now that they're in the HOOD.....
Dr Gene Wilkins

Bethlehem, PA

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Aug 10, 2008
 
I graduated from Tyler in 1960...Tyler was a wonderful experience, and I'm sure the new Tyler students will feel the same when they move to the main campus...things change, and Temple will grow and prepare her students as always...wonderful experiences. this alum will continue to comtribute to Tyler, and Temple.
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Korea

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Aug 10, 2008
 
I hope they preserve the Elkins Park/Cheltenham campus for some arts use or other events facility. It is a nice property. As is the the Temple meeting center out at Chestnut Hill and Ambler Campus. In fact, I hope that Temple administration more fully utilizes the Ambler campus for development of certain programs.

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