User talk:Summersleek

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Temple University[edit]

Thank you for writing to me, and for your many edits to Temple University. After reading about the university, it seems like a wonderful place for students.

Listing national rankings seems pretty common in articles about universities (as per Wikipedia:College and university article guidelines#Article structure). Look for example at the wiki articles for U.S. News & World Reports' top 3 public universities: University of California (Berkeley), UCLA, and University of Virginia.

The rankings don't have to be at the top of the page though. Temple has a rich history and a beautiful campus, and Wikipedia:College and university article guidelines suggests these come first in the article.

I just felt that by removing the rankings, it altered the article's neutrality. Thanks again. Richard Apple (talk) 13:35, 11 November 2013 (UTC)