My Experience In CCP’s Creative Writing Program

December 14, 2012

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By Staff Writer, Jonathan Francesco At the end of this Fall semester, I complete an academic goal I’ve been working towards in one form or another since my first semester here – the creative writing academic certificate....

Corner Store Robbery: A Firsthand Encounter

December 13, 2012

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 by Web Manager, Justin Clarke On Monday, November 26, 2012, at roughly around 2 p.m., I decided that I was hungry and in the mood for a tuna hoagie. As a resident of the Grays Ferry section of South Philadelphia, I went to my ...

Thanks For Caring

December 13, 2012

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Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle mentions or rants about the news that pleases him. A November 6th edition of the Food Network program Chopped, was entitled “Unsung Heroes.” The show, as always, featured four cooks, but in this...

Is Pop Culture Dumbing America Down?

December 12, 2012

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How Our Obsession with Celebrities Hurts Us By Staff Writer, Cheryl Anne Molle Celebrities are doing much more than entertaining - they're actually creating ignorance among the American people. At a time when the United States e...

A Thousand Words

December 12, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle A picture is worth one-thousand words, some say. This week’s picutre is from Philadelphia’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The picture, taken by Jennifer Renee Price, is of Grover from Seasame Street and is dedicated to my mom. Thanks for ...

My Philadelphia

November 12, 2012

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By Contributor, Christopher Schwartz Like many mornings that have preceded it, I awake on my tree lined Germantown St. to a brisk wave of cool air. The birds hum slightly and all seems good in the world. I down my black coffee,...

Has Andy Reid led to the decline of the Eagles Organization?

November 12, 2012

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When you look deeper into the Eagles’ situation, you see that there are many factors that went into the decline. By Sports Columnist, Justin De Lange Andy Reid addressed the media on Tuesday, October 16, shortly after firing J...

Have You Smelled Yourself Lately

November 12, 2012

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By Contributor, Holley Fok Ever sat next to a person in class or on the bus and think to yourself, what the heck is that smell? Or while waiting in the guidance or academic advising center, you take a breath and quickly regret...

A Thousand Words

November 9, 2012

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By Editor-in-Chief, Paul Eberle A picture is worth one-thousand words, some say. This week’s picture is of Arielle Morrison, dressed as Edgar Allen Poe. Morrison treated Professor Jonathan Pappas’ English 285 class with a...

CCP Students are the Key to the Keystone State

October 31, 2012

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By Staff Writer, Yusef Morton On November 6th, Americans will participate in a sacred ritual generations before us fought to secure, the right to vote. The simple action of a pulling a lever or pushing a button will have vast...

Community College of Philadelphia Has a Mayor on its Board

October 29, 2012

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Student Vanguard Opinion Columnist, Nicole Palin speaks out on Mayor Nutter’s takeover of the CCP Board of Trustees Reading my twitter feed two weeks ago I ran across an article concerning Community College of Philadelphia’s...

Save the Pell Commercial

October 25, 2012

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By Web Manager, Justin Clarke Named after former U.S. senator,  the late Claiborne Pell. the Pell Grant recently turned forty-years old roughly around the same time students of the Community College of Philadelphia began dusting...

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