Mary Elizabeth Williams and her best friend from college were both diagnosed with cancer.
The College of Education is working with organizations to improve local education.
Mya Douglas found her calling as a novelist after taking a children’s writing course.
Glen Dick released “We Can Go Anywhere: My Adventures on Daddy’s Chair” in August.
Assistant Professor Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve released “Crook County,” a look into racism in Chicago’s criminal courts, this past May.
Professor Tom Waidzunas' new book chronicles the history of reorientation therapy.
Bookstore Black and Nobel offers a literary and cultural haven.
Alumna Andrea Pippins will release an adult coloring book on the beauty of women’s hair this November.
The Free Library of Philadelphia opened an exhibit on sacred texts for the papal visit.
Kalee Marshall published "Roses of the Angel" just after 2015 graduation.