Two Huge Nerds: Questioning Institutional Effectiveness

WHO WE ARE Diana Shalenkova is a freelance photographer based out of Philadelphia. She picked up her first DSLR after moving to the States from Saint Petersburg, Russia as a teenager and since has filled more hard drives with photographs than she can count. While she still must work multiple jobs to make ends meet,... Continue Reading →

Winberg takes on poor infrastructure, discrimination and town hall meetings as the new Disabilities beat writer

An estimated 15.9 percent of Philadelphia residents have a disability according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 American Community Survey. Michaela Winberg, the new disabilities beat reporter for Multimedia Storytelling, want to tell those Philadelphian’s stories. Winberg considers herself a news reporter. However, the junior journalism major, originally from West Field, New Jersey, believes the... Continue Reading →

Fairmount Is More Than Just The Art Museum

Fairmount is a neighborhood within the Center City District of Philadelphia. Its boundaries are north of Spring Garden Street, west of Broad Street, south of Girard Avenue and east of The Schuylkill River. Fairmount is sometimes referred to as the "Art Museum Area for its proximity to and association with the Art Museum. Dylan Ostrow,... Continue Reading →

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