The most Temple things that happened this week

We won. Again

Here’s a round up of the most Temple things that happened this week, so¬†while you’re home enjoying fall break you can reminisce about how much you miss your school.

We won. Again

Temple beat Memphis 31-12 on Saturday, Nov. 21.

Temple beat Memphis 31-12 on Saturday, Nov. 21

Winning football games is a really Temple thing to do lately.

This baby was Temple Made

Tweet from Kevin McAlpin.

Tweet from Kevin McAlpin

Max is Temple’s youngest Owl.

Temple showed its support for France

A Temple football player waves the French flag at the game against Memphis on Saturday, Nov. 21.

A Temple football player waves the French flag at the game against Memphis on Saturday, Nov. 21

Temple showed its support in a very Temple fashion: at a football game.

Hooter made some public appearances

Picture from Temple's Snapchat story.

Picture from Temple’s Snapchat story

Selfie with Hooter? Check.

So did Stella

A poster of Stella the Owl stares students down in Liacouras Walk.

A poster of Stella the Owl stares students down in Liacouras Walk

OK, so it wasn’t actually Stella the Owl. But even getting the Stella stare from a cardboard cutout while you’re walking down Liacouras is pretty intimidating.

Students got the hell out of North Philly

Student post on Yik Yak.

Student post on Yik Yak

Students wasted no time deserting campus to go home for break. Because there’s no better feeling after a Temple win than getting the hell out of North Philly.

…And then regretted it

Student post on Yik Yak.

Student post on Yik Yak

Yes, you CAN miss North Philadelphia.

Parents tried (and failed) to parallel park

Tweet from

Tweet from Fiona Cavanagh

One of the best parts about breaks is watching parents from the suburbs trying to find a spot to park. Good luck.

Temple QSU held a Vigil

Tea lights are lit at the Bell Tower to commemorate transgender people who have lost their lives.

Tea lights are lit at the Bell Tower to commemorate transgender people who have lost their lives

While most students were getting off campus or getting ready to go out for the night, Temple’s Queer Student Union was honoring transgender people who have lost their lives for Transgender Day of Remembrance.

Because a little thing called fall break doesn’t interrupt Temple’s student organizations’ fight for social justice.

Temple set another record

Post from Temple's website.

Post from Temple’s website

People are finally realizing Temple is a pretty kick-ass place to go to school.

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