The Presbyterian Historical Society plans to open its archives to the public, especially for use by CCP students. Since 2018, PHS has been partnered with the College to create collaborative … Read More
CCP students look forward to what 2020 has to bring and look back on the last decade.
CCP introduces a way to get students on the right track
I got the chance to interview CCP’s starting point guard. Amir Woods sees himself as a leader on and off the floor. We discussed a variety of different topics, from … Read More
Nyla Moody is a senior in high school who wants to major in creative writing when she goes to college which is. She has won great attendance awards and a … Read More
Philadelphia, the birthplace of the nation, opens 2020 with an empowering vision. The city’s epithet, “The City of Brotherly Love,” has been changed—for the year— to “The City of Sisterly … Read More
It is with a heavy heart to share that Troy Bundy has passed away. Bundy did the most for the student body, including mentor at the college’s Center for Male … Read More
Growing up Black in America has a specific narrative of crime and violence. This narrative is constantly reinforced by our movies and television, showing black men to be criminals and … Read More
“It’s like this nightmare that you can’t wake up from because of what he meant not just to basketball or this area but globally. Kobe impacted more than just basketball, he was an ambassador for women’s basketball. For all the kids who really didn’t have direction, if you seen Kobe Bryant and listened to him talk that just told you everything”.