Examples

Climate change makes poverty, hunger worse in Guatemala

Guatemala possesses an abundance of natural resources and a diverse environment. It could be a rich country. However, climate change is now added to… Read More

Teen suicide present in many communities

“We received a text that was a cry for help and thankfully did not ignore it.”   Holly O’Connell and her husband read a text… Read More

How your phone dependency affects your daily life

“The first thing I do when I wake up is check my phone.” Breanna Kerr, a sophomore graphic design major at Temple University, starts… Read More

Social media: The danger it poses on body image

“No matter how many hours I spent at the gym and how healthy I ate, it wasn’t enough and I wasn’t losing the weight… Read More

Food insecurity prevalent on college campuses

Video by Ty Daubert, Aislinn Walsh, and Jason Archer. “It got really hard when I was 11 because that’s when I noticed that we… Read More

Male pleasure prioritized over female discomfort, pain

Editor’s Note: The name of the subject in this article has been modified to protect her identity. When Chastity’s long-term boyfriend started kissing her one evening,… Read More

Robots taking over mankind and possibly our jobs

As we enter into a more digital age, the use of humans in the workplace is becoming obsolete. As computers and tech services become… Read More

Poverty pushes poor Guatemalans to seek hope in Philly

Nine years ago, a woman from Guatemala made a decision that would change her life forever.

Workers struggle in tough economy

For the past six years, Michelle Waters, 32, has commuted from southwest Philadelphia to Cabrini College, where she works as a server in the Cabrini Marketplace. To get to work, Waters has to take three different means of public transportation. The cost of commuting is just one more factor hitting her hard in the pocketbook as the economy gets worse and worse.

Climate change makes poverty, hunger worse in Guatemala

Guatemala possesses an abundance of natural resources and a diverse environment. It could be a rich country. However, climate change is now added to… Read More

Teen suicide present in many communities

“We received a text that was a cry for help and thankfully did not ignore it.”   Holly O’Connell and her husband read a text… Read More

How your phone dependency affects your daily life

“The first thing I do when I wake up is check my phone.” Breanna Kerr, a sophomore graphic design major at Temple University, starts… Read More

Social media: The danger it poses on body image

“No matter how many hours I spent at the gym and how healthy I ate, it wasn’t enough and I wasn’t losing the weight… Read More

Food insecurity prevalent on college campuses

Video by Ty Daubert, Aislinn Walsh, and Jason Archer. “It got really hard when I was 11 because that’s when I noticed that we… Read More

Male pleasure prioritized over female discomfort, pain

Editor’s Note: The name of the subject in this article has been modified to protect her identity. When Chastity’s long-term boyfriend started kissing her one evening,… Read More

Robots taking over mankind and possibly our jobs

As we enter into a more digital age, the use of humans in the workplace is becoming obsolete. As computers and tech services become… Read More

Poverty pushes poor Guatemalans to seek hope in Philly

Nine years ago, a woman from Guatemala made a decision that would change her life forever.

Workers struggle in tough economy

For the past six years, Michelle Waters, 32, has commuted from southwest Philadelphia to Cabrini College, where she works as a server in the Cabrini Marketplace. To get to work, Waters has to take three different means of public transportation. The cost of commuting is just one more factor hitting her hard in the pocketbook as the economy gets worse and worse.