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Girl Scouts Create Art for World Peace

At last night’s council meeting, I had the chance to recognize some very important residents of Surprise, Girl Scout Troop 1010!

Under the direction of Kelli Kuhn, Girl Scout Troop 1010 is participating in the… 300 more words

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A. Moon '99 MFA, Imaging and Digital Arts, Named Fulbright Scholar

A. Moon ’99 MFA, Imaging and Digital Arts, multimedia artist and staff member of the Academic Outreach and Engagement Division at Morgan State University, has received a Fulbright Research Award to examine the intersections between contemporary film production in Turkey and practices in the Asian American filmmaking community. 138 more words


Who's that guy?

I get a lot of attention when I run. People cheer, camera’s flash, questions are asked…it’s all about me. The reality is- there’s a very important someone behind the scenes who deserves a lot of attention too. 294 more words


Kate Brown, History, Wins the 2014 Ellis W. Hawley Prize from the Organization of American Historians

On Saturday, April 12 in Atlanta, History Associate Professor Kate Brown was awarded the 2014 Ellis W. Hawley Prize from the Organization of American Historians (OAH) for the best book-length historical study of the political economy, politics, or institutions of the United States, in its domestic or international affairs, from the Civil War to the present. 145 more words


Jessica Berman, English, Appointed to the Modern Language Association's Publications Committee

Jessica Berman, Director of the Dresher Center for the Humanities and Professor of English, has been appointed to a three-year term to serve on the Modern Language Association’s (MLA) Publications Committee. 58 more words


Tuesday Textile - kudos

This week’s Tuesday Textile showcases Momentum’s Kudos Rolling Stone, a large scale circular pattern with pops of red, violet and yellow hues on a grayed background.   69 more words

Corporate Design Interiors

Leonard Gontarek Spotlights Philly Poets Via Apiary

#Apiary #LeonardGontarek #Poetry #Poetdelphia #PhillyPoetryDay

Friend of Poetdelphia, Leonard Gontarek, recently launched a new spotlight column on Philadelphia poets at Apiary. The man deserves kudos for getting the ball up and running for Philly Poetry Day, an amazing success this past April 12 when… 57 more words