HONORING ALL WHO SERVED
On Tuesday, November 11, 2014 at 11:00am, Temple University Veterans Day Committee will honor our veteran alumni, faculty, staff and current students who have served or are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, during the university-wide Military Appreciation Day on the Main, (Rock Hall Auditorium) and Ambler (Dining Hall). Doors will open at 10:30am on Main Campus.
Military Appreciation sponsored by the Veterans Day Committee, and a variety of Temple departments, seeks to honor veterans of all wars. In addition, to veterans speakers, the program will include a singing of the National Anthem, a honor guard respresenting all branches of military service and more. Immediately following the Main Campus program, a reception sponsored by Veteran Affairs, the Division of Student Affairs and Penn Towne Chapter--The Links, Inc., will take place at Morgan Hall, 301D, from 12:00pm - 2:00pm. Sodex Dining Services will also offer a free lunch coupon at the J & H Dining Hall located at Broad & Diamond Street, to all who attend the Main campus ceremony.
The Ambler Campus ceremony will feature a luncheon immediately following the program.
MAIN CAMPUS VETERANS DAY PROGRAM- Click below
On Tuesday, November 11, the College of Public Health (CPH) will honor all who have served at 1938 Liacouras Walk, (across from Barton Hall) from 2:00pm - 4:00pm. Join us for a delcious dessert, beverage and a special gift to show our appreciation for what you have done for our country. Please RSVP for your treat to Shelley Osagie, Associate Director, Student Services and Operations at email@example.com. All who served are welcomed.
Mark Your Calendar Now! Military Appreciation Game
November 14- Temple University Military Appreciation Basketball Game
Temple Owls vs. American - 7:30pm (ESPN3)
Liacouras Center, 1776 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122
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On Friday, November 14 at the Temple University Military Appreciation Game, Temple Athletics will dedicate "One Empty Seat" to honor the POWs and MIAs, at the Liacoraus Center. The "One Empty Chair" serves as an instant reminder of all the sacrifices made for "our country" by the nearly 90,000 Americans who have gone missing or become prisoners of war while serving their country in the U.S. military between World War II and today's conflicts in the Middle East. Temple University wants the POW-MIA servicemembers and their family members to know that "they have not been forgotten".
Temple University Diamond Band Salutes All Who Have Served
On Saturday, November 29 at the Temple Owls Football game against Cincinnati at the Lincoln Financial Field, the Temple University Diamond Band will play the Armed Services medley (which includes the theme song for each military branch) honoring all who have served, as a special tribute to Temple Military Appreciation Month.
Directed by Matthew Brunner, the Temple University Diamond Marching Band presents exciting and innovative contemporary shows during the fall semester. The Marching Band performs a traditional pre-game show with varied half-time shows throughout the season; the DMB performs a different half-time show for each home game. In addition to six hours of rehersal per week, activities are arranged to be compatible with student schedules. The "Pride of the Cherry and White" Marching Band performs at all home games and also travels to select away games and to Bowl Games.
The Diamond Marching Bands's large and diverse membership provides exciting opportunities for instrumentalists, color guard performers, and twirlers. GO TEMPLE DIAMOND MARCHING BAND!
Sunday, November 2, 2014, 3:00pm - Pre-Concert Talk @ 2:00pm 2014, Temple University Concert Choir: Paul Rardin, director, Jeffrey Biegel, paino and Rutgers Camden Choir, Choir; Julia Zavadsky, director 2014-2015 Concert, "Saluting Our Veterans". For more information, go to http://www.psnj.org/concerts-tickets/2014-15-season/