Still a safe place

On May 1, Drexel Socialists held a demonstration protesting Drexel University administration’s refusal to declare the school a sanctuary campus. There doesn’t seem to be a strict definition of sanctuary campus. The consensus seems to… Continued

Cheap tweets

“Some guy gave up his first-class seat for a uniformed soldier. People are thanking him. I’m trying not to vomit or yell about Mosul.” As you all are probably well aware by now, this is… Continued

At least we’ll have guns

Donald Trump’s proposed budget plan for the forthcoming fiscal year will likely see cuts in various areas. One of these areas is the Environmental Protection Agency. Under the new budget plan, $2.6 billion of the… Continued

Food for thought

Picture this: it’s a hot summer day and you’re walking home from the grocery store, trying to juggle a watermelon and a gallon of milk. It’s a good walk. About a mile. While you’re managing… Continued

Look for the helpers

More than 100 headstones at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia were vandalized or knocked over Feb. 26. This follows a similar incident in a Jewish cemetery in St. Louis, Missouri. Unfortunately, the specificity of these… Continued


Sometimes the things we love disappear without any warning. In the blink of an eye. Or the span of a day. Valentine’s Day. In the Korman Quad. Have you peeped inside the fence that blocks… Continued