Respecting the culture is what villanova’s african dance company strives for in their student choreography

When people think about dancing, some people envision a very fun dance scene, late at night with a few drinks. For others, they become so nervous they begin to sweat just thinking about it and claim that they can't dance. For the members of a African dance company at Villanova, dance is not only their... Continue Reading →

Kenney’s school visits reflect a change in focus for the city’s education

In mid-November, Philadelphia’s School Reform Commission voted to disband after operating for 16 years. The historic vote came several weeks after Mayor Jim Kenney announced the city would take back control of the school system in one of his biggest actions regarding education in Philadelphia. Throughout Kenney’s campaign and tenure, he put education at the... Continue Reading →

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