In the country wide race to ban transgender athletes from participating in sports, states are pushing a hateful solution to a nonexistent problem.
For DCCC licensed professional counselor Laurie Griffith, the past 12 months have been difficult.
Despite only four starts as quarterback for the Eagles, fans around the city of Philadelphia and the NFL are already writing off Jalen Hurts. To say that’s a bit unfair is an understatement.
Seven DCCC faculty, administrative staff, and counselors met on March 25 for an LGBTQ+ seminar titled “Straight, but not Narrow: What Makes a Good LGBTQ+ Ally?”
In the middle of the DCCC Campus Life event, “Paint Night Live,” hosted by Evan Struck, a young artist from Michigan on March 24, I suddenly noticed a strong paint smell.
Operation Warp Speed was created in May 2020 under the Trump administration to help with the creation and distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine. The race was officially on for many companies as they started working tirelessly to develop a vaccine that could change the course of the pandemic.
From March 20 through May 8, 2021, art lovers can reserve an appointment to see “Biospheres” at HOT•BED, a gallery in Center City, Philadelphia where art and design meets horticulture.
Since its heyday, millions of people have turned to cable television to watch local or national news, new episodes or reruns of their favorite shows, and enjoy movies without having to buy or rent them. Viewers can scan the TV channel list, see what will be on throughout the day, and record shows to watch later when they have time to watch them.
On March 24, religious studies professor Francesco Bellini hosted a Zoom meeting titled “Just Like Me: The Practice of Healing.”