Posted November 28th, 2017
Erika Guadalupe Núñez '13, who graduated with a degree in fine arts from Haverford College, designed a poster to help residents know their rights when approached by local police or immigration agents.
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Posted November 27th, 2017
To men worried about sexual harassment in the office: Why not ask someone if something is OK with them before doing it?
Jessica Harris
Posted November 15th, 2017
A professor at Queens College-CUNY, Harris has more than a dozen cookbooks to her name.
Posted November 14th, 2017
Kathy Brennan '89 and co-author Caroline Campion's latest cookbook, "The Dinner Plan," aims to help cooks get dinner on the table no matter what the workweek throws at them.
Posted October 26th, 2017
"As Japanese Breakfast, Michelle Zauner writes sparkling, opulent dream pop about grief and love (and, occasionally, robots)," writes NPR.
Posted October 24th, 2017
Valladares' other honors include a Pushcart Prize Nomination; her poem “CUNY Writers Reading Against Austerity” was published in PSCuny’s Clarion.
Posted October 20th, 2017
"People assume that the benefits of doing Reiki are not tangible, when in actuality the benefits are endless: clarity, a still mind, reduced stress and anxiety, a healthier immune system," Liana says.
Posted October 18th, 2017
IF, THEN is a character driven novel set in a speculative landscape, in the vein of Tom Perrota's THE LEFTOVERS.
Posted October 17th, 2017
A political science major at Bryn Mawr, Diamond is the president of Campus Philly.

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