NIL gives athletes a platform for change

A look at how men's cross country runner Christain Fitch capitalized on the opportunity to make a difference through NIL, and how the legislation is affecting international student athletes. Story by Jesse Dimich-Louvet

What goes into Name, Image and Likeness at Temple?

Temple University professor Thilo Kunkel, Deputy Athletic Director Craig Angelos and Temple basketball player Arashma Parks talked about what NIL options are available at the university. Story by Javon Edmonds

Leap of faith

NJ/NY Gotham FC's Gina Lewandowski has constantly challenged her status quo en route to becoming a player in the National Women's Soccer League. Story by Esteban Suarez

From the diamond to the courtroom

Former Temple baseball player John Coyle is now a civil rights attorney with McEldrew Young Purtrell & Merritt, and he’s been involved in some of the nation’s more notable cases. Story by Sam Neumann

Sticking with a plan

Two seasons after he and his Cabrini teammates won the Division III men's lacrosse national title, Ty Kostack came back for an encore in 2021. Story by Jonny Heller

If these walls could talk

South Philly's 2300 Arena, tucked under I-95, is full of wrestling history. And its walls, despite some wrestlers' best efforts, haven't budged. Story by Josh Grieb

A shore thing

Ocean City High School, set in a town known more for being one of the area's favorite Jersey Shore destinations, is producing a steady stream of Major League Baseball prospects. Story by Ray Dunne