Snow days—with no snow!

Rachel Byrd, Associate Editor

February 7, 2015

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Snow days are something that used to be a cause for joy—I mean, who doesn’t love a day off? But after the harsh snows we’ve experienced the last few winters it is understandable that when we hear another blizzard is on its...

International students discuss American Religious Democracy

Michael Castaneda, Editor In Chief

February 7, 2015

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Philadelphia is currently hosting the 2015 Study of the U.S. Institute for the leaders on Religious Pluralism in the United States / Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiative. Twenty students from Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines,...

Justice For All?

Justice For All?

December 21, 2014

Social Change, The Old Fashioned Way

Zach Mentzer - @ZMentzer, Editor-in-Chief

November 26, 2014

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Ari Bank feels his classes are not just for teaching English composition. In his class, the 10-year professor of English at CCP hopes that his students not only take away a better understanding of how to write, but learn to be...

The Poor are Getting Poorer and the Rich are Getting Richer

Aminata Sy, Contributor

November 26, 2014

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Democracy is only working for America’s privileged. For many, “The American Dream” is no longer attainable. Although income inequality has always existed, it has become so wide that it is crippling America’s poor and crushing...

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