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m- mr We ' ve all had the experience before. It used to happen a bit more when we were freshmen, but it still happens often enough. You know the feeling, you ' re somewhere — at work, on vacation in Florida, at your grandmother ' s house in Buf- falo — anywhere, and while talking with someone the subject of school comes up. And the person you ' re speaking with will invariably ask you the question you cannot answer. They ' ll ask you what is Temple like?!! And you sit there for a few moments, not knowing what to say. Speechless. It ' s happened before and is a familiar feel- ing, but you still break into a cold sweat whenever it happens. Finally, you try to explain. Well, you say. Temple is sort of . . . it ' s . . . ah . . . well, it ' s . . . it ' s big. Yeah, it ' s big, real big. Okay, you ' ve gotten that far, now where do you go? So you stumble a bit more and then say that it ' s big and . . . ah, in the city. Yeah in Philadelphia. North Philadelphia. Bad area, but nice campus . . . especially in the spring. What next? You ' re undecided. Do you mention the Bell Tower or the financial crunch? The history or the apathy? The plans or the reality? There ' s so much to explain, where do you start? Well, you could start with some statistics: With almost 37,000 enrolled students. Temple is one of the largest univer- sities in the country. The school offers a variety of degrees, from medicine to law to recreation, to journalism, to music. Temple has five campuses in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas, including one in Center City. And Temple ' s Rome, Italy campus offers interested students a chance to study abroad. Back home at the Main Campus at Broad and Montgomery, Temple is the largest single employer in the North Philadelphia area. The school colors are cherry and white and its nickname is the Owls.
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