Watch the video above to see how Temple University Ambler landscape architecture and horticulture students created their display at the Philadelphia Horticultural Society Flower Show this year. The 2017 Flower Show theme is “Holland,” so students chose to draw upon the strength and spirit of Dutch land reclamation for their exhibit “Nieuwpolders: Regenerating the Dutch Custom of Land Recovery.” This video shows how the students conceptualized their design and what they hope it communicates to the citizens of Philadelphia.
Super Bowl commercials are often as entertaining and anticipated as the game itself. What do these commercials say about us, and how are they influencing us as viewers? Sherri Hope Culver takes a look at this phenomenon and the impact of the most powerful Super Bowl ads with Advertising Professor Joe Glennon and Alexandra Wittchen of the Brownstein Group in a new episode of Media Inside Out.
Tune in to this new episode on TUTV this Wednesday, March 22 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m.
We have an all new episode of TUTV’s hip hop and entertainment show, The Vibe. This week, The Vibe begins by looking back to the 90s: 90s fashion and music are both seeing a resurgence in the zeitgeist, and 90s musicians are highlighted. The program also includes segments on the Ladies of Elegance, the University’s non-Greek step team; a series of 90s-themed rap battles; local rapper and producer Hezekiah’s recording studio; and student Danielle Hardy’s spoken word poetry. Finally, Philly-born Joie Kathos performs original music live on the set.
Tune in to an all-new The Vibe this week, airing Saturday, March 25 at 3:30 and 11:30 p.m. on Comcast 50, Verizon 45 and online.
TUTV is hosting a contest to find the best pizza pie on campus this year! With so many options to choose from, which is your choice? Let us know on Twitter using #WhoTakesThePie or cast your vote in-person in the Atrium at Annenberg Hall on March 28th. Then select from five finalists from April 2-6 on our Twitter poll. We’ll announce the winner later this semester!
The latest edition of From the Temple Student Film Vault features four different works focusing on serious topics ranging from religion to lead poisoning to World War II atrocities.
Lead Baby provides a look at lead poisoning and brain damage in children, the links of which were just beginning to come out at the time. This short documentary is particularly interesting now that lead poisoning is again an issue in American cities. Survival (1976) features the story of a concentration camp survivor. This very short piece focuses solely on his powerful and disturbing account of daily life in the camp. The Road to Aliyah features interviews with several Jewish American families who plan to relocate to Israel. Meetinghouse (1973) is about the Quaker history behind Abington Township, a close suburb of Philadelphia, and the reconstruction of a traditional log meetinghouse in the style of early Quakers.
Tune in to TUTV this Friday, March 17 at 2 and 10 p.m. to see these illuminating works by Temple alumni.
Baker Dave learns how to make pasta sauce from scratch from his fellow Temple food worker, Vanessa Kukulski. Vanessa runs the Cosi here on campus and for this new episode of Baker Dave Presents… she brings her family’s pasta sauce recipe to the set to show Baker Dave how it’s really done.
Watch it on TUTV this Thursday, March 16 at 11:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Rachel Keller, Justin Obendorfer, Sean Gnitzcavich, and Morgan Kolakowski team up as the new hosts of Temple Talk in the 2017 premiere of the TUTV entertainment talk show.
Special guest and contestant on MTV’s Are You the One Kam Williams appears and competes in a new dating game on the set of Talk. Don’t miss this plus all your entertainment news at 1 and 9 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7. Tune in to Comcast 50, Verizon 45, or watch online here.
Have you caught any #BlackHistoryVibes from watching TUTV this month? To celebrate Black History Month, TUTV again teamed up with The Vibe to highlight important African Americans in segments between programs. The Vibe is Temple University’s first hip-hop culture and music television show. Check the TV spots below:
Last year’s edition of #BlackHistoryVibes is available to watch here.
With the semester in full swing, it might be hard to keep on top of the latest going on on Temple campus. Thankfully, TUTV airs new episodes of Temple Update and OwlSports Update every week on Thursday. Temple Update has everything from the weather to upcoming events, while OwlSports will keep you abreast of all things Temple sports. So tune in to TUTV at Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online to get your latest in sports, entertainment and campus news!
On a new episode of her show, host Lisa Bien brings to light the kinds of financial risks undertaken by those who own their own businesses. To talk about business and debt, she brings Cheldin Barlatt Rumer, CEO of I-G Creative and host of This Is It TV, to the show to talk about the struggles of making money even while getting steady business. Linda Farinola, an expert in investment advisory services and financial planning and founder of Sound Financial Solutions, Inc., also appears on set to give advice and identify common roadblocks.
Tune in to this episode of Bouncing Back Monday, February 27 at 12:30 and 8:30 p.m. if you’d like to gain insight into the trickier aspects of owning your own business.
Every Saturday at 1 and 9 p.m., TUTV airs a classic film for your enjoyment. Tune in this week for an Orson Welles-directed film noir portraying Welles himself as a Nazi in hiding with Edward G. Robinson hot on his trail. Watch it on TUTV, this Sunday, March 5 at 1 and 9 p.m.
We don’t have magic wands, but we do have our yearly Before I Graduate contest… And the winner this time was Fox senior Valerie Nava!
Every year students compete to win TUTV’s “Before I Graduate” contest, the winner of which TUTV helps with one college wish. This year, Valerie Nava won tickets to sit courtside at Temple Basketball’s December game against Yale. Watch the video above to see her wish come true.
MTVU (MTV University) recently visited Temple to enlist students’ help with the pilot episode of their new show, “Campus Takeover”.
“Campus Takeover” lets college students takeover MTVU and show their perspective on a variety of topics and experiences. Students Asad Bokhari, Kaicey Baylor, Alyssa Jerome, Nick Charles, and Jeseamy Muentes were chosen for the task, all of whom you might have seen before on Temple Update here on TUTV. Next week, TUTV will air the one-hour program these students put together. Some segments include professors reading their “Rate My Professor” comments a’la ‘Mean Tweets’, a profile of how one Temple student is giving back to the community, and a “Dating on a Budget” challenge.
So tune in to TUTV Wednesday, February 22 at 1 and 9 p.m. and Saturday, February 25 at 3:30 and 11:30 p.m.
You may have heard about the much-lauded cowboys of North Philadelphia, and TUTV has a narrative to add to the history of horse-riding in the Philly city streets. Airing next week on an all-new From the Temple Student Film Vault, “The Horses of Kensington” tells the story of the children living in Kensington riding and tending to horses and ponies in the early 70s. Made by then-Temple student Charles Monteleone in 1971, the short film delivers a slice of life from the perspective of one Kensington boy and his pony.
Also included in this addition of Student Film Vault is “It Was a Dark and Stormy Night…”, a short fictional film with a plot hinging on a pizza order, by David Speranza, and “Menus”, by Susan Swartz, also from 1971. “Menus” features frank conversations between different groups of friends, including middle aged women discussing women’s lib, young teachers talking about their jobs and dreams, and two devout Christians describing their spiritual ideals.
Tune in on Friday, February 24 at 2 and 10 p.m. to Comcast 50, Verizon 45 or online.
TUTV’s student-run news program returns for the Spring semester with new anchors starting Thursday, February 16. The half-hour show will bring you up to speed with everything that’s been happening around campus, the city of Philadelphia, and the world, with reporters as far flung as Dublin. Watch it every Thursday at 10 a.m. and take a look at TempleUpdate.com for the latest information.