Temple's silence over its ties with Cosby raises questions on campus

PHILADELPHIA - In the years since Bill Cosby graduated from Temple University, the images of the school and the veteran comedian have become closely intertwined, a carefully cultivated relationship that is now raising uncomfortable questions at the Philadelphia school.

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