The sports industry today extends beyond the playing field, from stadium food and memorabilia booths to TV rights and sponsorships. Over the years, FIFA has been accused of corruption, bribery, and other criminal offenses. Examine and analyze some of these instances and dive deep into the case study of alcohol and FIFA, hoping to conclude with possible resolutions to the persistent problem that we witnessed in 2014 as well as this year, in Qatar.
Healthcare investment is one of the most significant components of the American economy. Despite this, there are still substantial problems impeding the progress of patient treatment. Blockchains, a relatively new and flourishing technology, can be used to solve a lot of significant problems faced by doctors, patients, and insurance companies.
The new application process in the Philadelphia School District abruptly changed admission for all incoming high schoolers last year. This sudden change deeply affected the results of admission into top Philadelphia magnet schools. Through intervewing and polling current freshman we found that students were able to fit in and find their place in schools despite thoughts and critiscms.
Walgreens and CVS have been sued by the government for mishandling opioid prescriptions. The case raises questions about the general effectivity of the U.S. healthcare system.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art workers have finally come to the end of their 19 day strike. This ending is the culmination of 2 years of negotiations finally resulting in ratified union contract between PMA union workers and administrators.
A chronicle of the history of the South Philadelphia Oil Refinery and the events surrounding it right now, including the recent change in ownership and the response from the community.
The importance of youth engagement is coming forward in the upcoming election. What are youth-led organizations doing to encourage young Pennsylvanians to register to vote?
On June 24, 2022, protestors gathered at Philadelphia’s City Hall holding signs, some reading, “Abortion is Healthcare” and “I will not go quietly back to the 1950s”. This reversal is not only affecting women’s reproductive rights but also access to contraception. Pennsylvania, like many other states, is facing an uncertain future in abortion healthcare as it relies on the results of the gubernatorial election on November 8.
As this year's Asian American and Pacific Islander heritage month comes to a close, we reflect on this year's theme and what it means for the community.
On March 19, 2022, elected officials, activists, and other Philadelphians gathered for the unveiling of the Black Student Walkouts historical marker at the intersection of 21st and Winter Streets that was organized by Helen Gym and Masterman High School alumni.
Gov. Wolf and committees have finally pushed the last details if their PA Charter Reform proposal after a 25 year halt in charter legislation
Philadelphia Film Society is now a day away from its four-day Green Screen: Philadelphia Environmental Film Festival from March 31st - April 3rd.
Gender-neutral bathrooms: The start of a welcoming and supportive environment within our schools.
Youth voting has become increasingly important throughout the years. What does voting education provide for youth voters? How does this education increase voting? Here is what PA Youth Vote is doing to provide our youth voters with the knowledge and engagement needed to change the culture of voting as the Commonwealth of PA is mobilized to turn out in 2022!
These six high school students will be writing essays about their lives and education.