Temple University - Templar Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 2009

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The music program features an outstanding orchestra arid four variations of choirs, which offer many opportunities for music and non-music majors. Students wishing to perform instrumentally have the option of choosing from multiple ensembles, including the Symphony Orchestra and Diamond Marching Band. The Boyer College programs provide students with professional training, giving students the chance to perform not only on Temples campus but also in the city of Philadelphia. On December 2nd. Temples Jazz Band performed the Kimmel Center with Philadelphia jazz legend Benny Golson. ov ce pro Boyer C of Temples gone on to p create pro; become inv The Conwellj liege is also the home to Temples dance program. The graduate ■partment of Dance havel orm m major companies, sional companies, and ved in dance at all levels I ance Theater hosts 12-15 performances throughout the school year, which showcases not only students, but alumni and professionals as well. There are also organizations for students interested in dance including types of dance such as Ballroom. Latin, and his is definitely a year of celebrations, made nt by The Department of Theater, curren brating its 41st season here at Temple, ly does the theater department provide its s with a profound education, leading to ising career in theater, but it also provides general student body with breathtaking performances all year-round. The 2008-2009 ason included hits such as Damn Yankees. The Seven and Cabaret. A two-year. $29 million renovation to the Baptist Temple was started to transform the abandoned building into a performing arts center. The renovations of the Baptist Temple will provide a new home to the performers of Temple University. With all of the opportunities relating to music, dance, and theater, every student can find somethina to do in his or her snare timel

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'(OHvMt Cm stow loto by Elizabeth Hanson irt£2©y Clarahan Photo Theresa Belzzyk, Katie Krempl, and Courtney Clarahan. Photo by Elizabeth Hanson The time leading up to Tuesday, November 4, 2008 proved to be a momentous occasion for American citizens everywhere. An assortment of firsts occured during this historical Presidential campaign: It was the first time two sitting senators ran against each other, the first time a female Republican was appointed to be the Vice Presidential candidate, and the first time an African American was elected President. Political and non-partisan groups helped raise awareness on campus. Some set up booths around the Bell Tower to sell bumper stickers and pins for their candidate of choice, while others walked around campus, registering students to vote. In the end, youth voter turnout, and turnout in general, was higher than in the previous presidential election. The Temple community worked together to raise interest and information among students, and register some individuals for the first time. This election was so exciting because Temple University organizations urged students to register on campus as a challenge from Temple Student Government. After a long and emotionally involved campaign, the American people spoke on November 4, 2008, and Democratic nominee, Barack Obama, was elected the 44th President of the United States. - Kathleen Garvin Photo by Bobby Orloski lizabeth Hanson at the Democratic National Convention. Senator John McCain at the Students from Temple's College Republican National Convention. Democrats celebrate.

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"I usually focus on my upper body, using the weights." "I like doing the group fitness, such as Aerobics." What is your favorite thing to do at the IBC? - Nick H All photos by Tekara Gainey Temples Fitness program has many options to keep students active and in shape. Whether a student prefers playing tennis at the pavilion, running on the outdoor track, or using the free weights at the IBC, the opportunity to buff up is always there. With classes such as Boot Camp and Hip Hop Funk, each student can find the right class to get in shape for his or her interest or body type, while still having fun. Not only does the IBC offer fitness classes but there are also open weight rooms with machines and free weights. The racquetball courts are a popular work-out space for students as well. The IBC, open all day. has its busy times (especially around holidays - Thanksgiving!) but normally the machines and weights are accessible. In Pearson Hall, a pool is available for classes and free swims, giving a healthy aquatic option to students. The fitness facilities are a great addition to campus, helping keep Temple students in top Shape. - Christie Francis

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