Our new podcast debuts, with reports about the possible revival of Tacony; a compelling essay by a woman who discovers a lump on her arm and a conversation with Senior Writer Solomon Jones.
When school opened in September, officials at the Philadelphia School District expected 135,000 students to walk in the doors. Only 131,000 did. Where did those 4,000 missing students go? Two months later answers have emerged.
City Council is debating two bills: one to freeze the number of billboards; one to allow billboards on public schools. Go figure. Tom Ferrick explains the weirdness.
Research showing that 70 percent of college students who have paid internships get fulltime jobs after graduation has prompted Campus Philly to shift it’s emphasis. Carla Robinson reports on the change.