A 2007 master’s of poetry alumnus recently finished the manuscript for his book, “General Motors.”
Eight students and alumni will show short documentaries focused on identity, art and race.
A public health alumnus co-founded WeGardn, which uses a farm-to-table model to deliver fresh food to Philadelphians.
Ngô Thanh Nhàn wrote an essay for WHYY News critiquing a recent PBS documentary about the Vietnam War.
The project “100 Other Halves” documents positive and negative father-daughter relationships.
A media studies and production professor is helping a local digital radio station move to terrestrial radio.
A New York-based artist has a piano on display that has been colonized by honeybees.
A 2011 criminal justice alumnus uses his Instagram account to advertise and sell his gourmet pizzas.
The program allows students to take classes inside prisons with incarcerated individuals.