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Turning From Tolerant to Anti-Racist

By: Kate Ratner

In the midst of racial extortion in the United States, Central High School student Kate Ratner discusses the steps being taken in her school community to equalize opportunities and assistance for all students. 

July 2nd, 2020, 6:00pm

By: Rory Macdonald

The protest camp on the Ben Franklin Parkway has become the site of a constantly evolving movement for economic justice in Philadelphia, as volunteers and donations aid the homeless in satisfying their demands.

June 27th, 2020, 3:30 pm

June 16th, 2020, 4:30 pm

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By: Riley Keenan

Wi-fi is an expensive commodity that many Philly students still need. The district is trying to aid their disenfranchised students, but is receiving little to no corporate aid.

June 16th, 2020, 4:00 pm


By: Risa Garg

As the Philadelphia school district shifts online, some students still aren't able to attend these classes.  

June 14th, 2020, 6:30 pm


By: Aden Gonzales

Do you know who runs the school district? Through private interviews with Student Representative Alfredo Practice and current President of the Board of Education Joyce Wilkerson, Aden Gonzales explores the inner workings of the District. 

May 29, 2020, 1:30 pm


By: Journee Lutz

Three highschool students talk about their experience as essential workers during a global pandemic.

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By: Nate Medina

People from across Philadelphia share their most memorable experiences on public transportation.


By: Nate Medina

As COVID-19 disrupts scheduled tests, the College Board has released information on what will be done differently. AP exams will now be taken from home, with adjustments to make them more accessible and prevent cheating. 

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By: Elijah Moore

Upcoming entrepreneur Ta’Ron Jackson tells of the creation, inspirations, and trials surrounding his upcoming fashion brand: Lost All Feelings.


By: Rory Macdonald

What a stay-at-home order means for the homeless.

By: Alexander O'Connor 

Online entertainment continues to capture people's attention. It is convenient and is one of the only ways to communicate with loved ones. This article looks at the effects so far on online entertainment.


By: Sydney French & Kate Ratner

Attention all juniors! Learn how your college admissions process is affected by COVID-19 and how you can use this time to prepare yourself.

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