Anchors: Jade Jarvis, Simone Cuccurullo
Sports: Chris Williams
Weather: Grace Nonnemaker
Student Cyclist Injured in Hit-and-Run (LIVE)(Rebeccah Hendrickson)
Campus Changes (Jackie Nelms)
Graduation Preview (LIVE) (Nic Cutrona)
Finals and Drugs (Taggart Houck)
Alumni Wrapup (LIVE) Sofia Pignitor
London Crew Returns (Tommy Sladek, Carly Mascitti)
Year in Review (Liana Daywalt)
Cherry and White Game
Rebeccah Hendrickson reports live outside of Temple's Performing Arts Center, where Greek organization NHPC read a statement accusing another sorority of using a racial slur against a black individual during the Greek Olympics. Jackie Nelms attends the 'Fight for Fifteen' protest, that have Temple students rallying for an increase in the minimum wage. Liana Daywalt stands at Broad and Diamond St., one of Temple's busiest cross-sections, to report on a traffic safety initiative headed by the city to reduce pedestrian/vehicle collisions. Kirsten Lewis covers a group of Owls that went to the capitol expressing to lawmakers the importance of providing proper funding for education. Temple Update covers President Theobald's annual student BBQ. Simone Cuccurullo sits down with Temple Football player, Praise Martin-Oguike, over a false rape accusation that put the player's life on hold. Tommy Sladek, reporting out of London, covers a Youth Leadership Conference that aides in grooming the world's next leaders.
Phil Dupont opens up the program with a story from the capital proposing a tax hike on student items. Jackie Nelms reports on adjuncts' push for a union and the push-back they are getting. Dan Ray reports live from Broad and Norris at the demolition site of the graduate student apartments, which officials plan to turn into 'pocket park'. TUP shows footage of the grand opening of TUCC's new cafe. Melissa Steininger interviews students concerning a recent Park Ave shooting that did not provoke a TU Alert from the University.
Chris Williams takes a look at new security cameras featuring 3-D capabilities that are being installed on campus. Jenna Beck reports on the increase of online classes offered by the University and how students feel about them versus attending a class in person. Rocco DiSangro talks to Temple Golf player Brandon Matthews about what the two-tournament winning player hopes to achieve this season. Rebeccah Hendrickson goes on pothole patrol to see how these obnoxious obstructions have plagued city-goers and what individuals can do to try and get them repaired.
Liana Daywalt reports live from the Liacouras Center to chat with Commencement Speaker Kevin Negandhi. Jeseamy Muentes attends the Democratic Mayoral Debate at Al Dia during which mayors covered issues such as police brutality, education, and more. Simone Cuccurullo reports on the heart-breaking loss the Temple Men's Basketball team have suffered, as they failed to capture the NIT win against the Miami Hurricanes. Rebeccah Hendrickson reports live in front of the Student Center to read the Temple Student Government election results. Events around campus are listed off, including the annual "Walk a Mile in Her Shoes" and a silent rave party to help students relieve stress. Emily Strange interviews "Person of the Week" K9 Officer Hotchikiss and Baron (his dog).