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

Chopped.

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

A legacy of giving

Drexel University lost one of its most well-known alumni this week. Albert Boscov, chairman of Boscov’s department store, passed away Feb. 10 at the age of 87 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. During… Continued

The right to be offended

A recent study from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind found that 68 percent of Americans agreed with the idea that “a big problem this country has is being politically correct,” an assertion that comes directly from… Continued