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.”
Trailblazer, phenomenal, and trendsetter.
These are just a few words that describe the late Fred Hampton, and the recent film that gives you a glimpse of his affiliation with the Black Panther Party titled “Judas and the Black Messiah.”
DCCC business administration major Jorge Solis, 25, is one of the many users of the popular social media app, Tiktok.
At 53 waterways tested across Pennsylvania, microplastic contamination was found in every spot, including Delware County streams, according to a new report entitled Microplastics in Pennsylvania: a Survey of Waterways released Wednesday. The study was conducted by the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center using methodology developed by NOAA.