Introducing Emily Youcis Known by many faithful Phillies fans as “The Pistachio Girl,” senior painting major Emily Youcis has been selling the green snack to fans for the last three years at Citizen’s Bank Park. Though
Introducing Betty Long. Betty Long is committed to helping people get the care they deserve, despite the current overhaul of the healthcare system. Long founded–and is now the president of–Guardian Nurse Healthcare Advocates in 2003.
Mighty Writers and the Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement aim to improve literacy rates in the city. Organizations across Philadelphia are helping youth combat the literacy crisis in new and refreshing ways. The Philadelphia Youth Poetry
Introducing Robert Blackson Robert Blackson, Temple Gallery’s new director of Exhibitions and Public Programs, was chosen to fill the position this past August. He is a resource to both students and the Philadelphia cultural community.
“VI Degrees” spreads awareness about HIV/AIDS and the African-American community. Unprotected sex, adultery and prostitution are only a few of the many plot twists seen in the play “VI Degrees.” Directed by Temple alumnus and
The Cherry Blossom Festival transitions to raise money for Japan. As winter’s chill is coming to an end, the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia is presenting events, many free of charge, through April
Zain Abdullah aims to create a voice with his book, “The Black Mecca: The African Muslim of Harrlem.” Before becoming a professor, Zain Abdullah served as a Chaplin for the metropolitan New York and New
The Progressive NAACP is organizing events for Black History Month. The lives of African-American men and women who have left their marks on the world are being celebrated as Black History Month kicks off next
The Clay Studio, a nonprofit organization, offers a variety of classes to keep ceramics alive. While most people obsess over the art form that painted the “Mona Lisa” and the “Starry Night,” many have grown
Leah Macdonald’s art exhibit offers a different spin on body image. In her black, curvaceous dress, showing off her tattooed arms, Leah Macdonald stood in Old City’s Wexler Gallery for her photography and mixed media