Things to do around Philly in the Summer

Sarah Bartelle, Senior writer

May 29, 2018

Stuck at home, bored during summer vacation? No worries, there’s plenty to do in the City of Brotherly Love. You can visit many of the historical sites we have in the city such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. ...

Safe Injection Sites

Brendan Scanlon, Senior writer

February 12, 2018

I was shocked to learn that Philadelphia suffers from the most opioid induced deaths per year. Because of this, I feel that the safe injection zones can be a good short term solution. I say short term because I feel they should...

Sixers Curse

Sixers Curse

November 2, 2017

Taste! Philadelphia

Newosi Neba, Senior Writer

October 17, 2017

“The City of Brotherly Love” has always been known for its trademark foods, from Philly cheesesteaks, Herr’s potato chips, Tastykakes, and water ice. Taste! Philadelphia was October 13th to 15th, at Valley Forge Casino Re...

Flyers season preview

Chase Hildebrandt, Copy editor

October 10, 2017

After a 5-2 loss to the New York Islanders to end the preseason fans are excited to see the Philadelphia Flyers play the San Jose Sharks, in San Jose, October 4th in the first game of the regular season. After finishing with...

A look into the 76ers season

Chase Hildebrandt, Copy editor

October 9, 2017

After several years of being one of the worst teams in the NBA, the Philadelphia 76ers have a chance to be a winning team for the first time in years. The Sixers preseason will start Wednesday October 4th when they play the M...

NFL draft opens Thursday in Philadelphia

Brendan Scanlon, Junior writer

April 26, 2017

For the first time since 1961, the NFL draft is back in Philadelphia. It will be the 82nd annual meeting of the National Football League to select newly eligible players. It is a magical weekend for the players as well as fans...

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