Temple is a very large public university located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The university is so named because its first classes were taught in the basement of a Baptist temple, and the school’s nickname of The Owls comes from its 1884 origin as a night school. Temple’s founder was Russell Conwell, and the university’s mission is linked to his famous “Acres of Diamonds” speech. Temple has several international branch campuses; its campus in Tokyo is the largest and oldest foreign school in Japan.
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