Where can you use your dining card outside of campus? Where should you live when you leave dorm life behind? Are you doomed to be in student loan debt forever? Here’s what you need to know to navigate college life around Philly.
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Welcome back to school, Philly! Here’s how to get into the political scene, if that’s your jam.
He fought for a stadium and delayed a Bill Cosby decision for months, but his board lost patience after a $22 million budget shortfall.
The state’s public research universities are among the most unaffordable in the nation.
On campus, students use the term Penn Face to describe when someone is carrying on like all is well, not sharing what they’re really feeling.
It’s just not something officials see very often; One DEA agent can recall handling LSD cases three times in the last 15 years.
In a guest column, Neil Theobald shares three initiatives he believes are essential to maintaining Philly’s reputation for this critical section of our economy.
Says a Temple University VP of these students, who sometimes struggle just to get to college: “I’ll be damned if they come to Temple and drop the baton on the last leg.”
Has football been a breadwinner for Temple and helped spur growth for donations and enrollment? Is Drexel’s football-free athletic department any better off?