Philly Hikes during COVID-19

By: Emma Padner With international travel barred and restaurants a scary scene, you might be looking for something to get you away and maybe get you outside.  Maybe you live in Philadelphia and you’re craving green space and mountains. Maybe you want to see valleys and climb peaks, but don’t know where to go, and…

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International Love Songs

By Lauren Horne Something I have always loved about traveling is hearing the music from locations I visit and how it differs from place to place. Sadly we cannot travel right now so I wanted to bring the music to you! Since it is the month of February I have compiled a list of love…

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Around the World in 80 Beans

By Leeannah McNew London:  Store St. Espresso Store St. Espresso is located in Bloomsbury in London with two locations on Store st. and Tavistock Place. They are known for their artisan coffee, treats like tiramisu pancakes (yum!), a thick breakfast sandwich, and an assortment of fresh pastries. After pursuing their menu, it is safe to…

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Report: Flagged

By: Isaac Smoler Schatz Flags. On the national level, a piece of artwork and design that is supposed to represent a country. You might recognize them because they appear at events like the Olympics, World Cup, and global political summits. Some have stripes, crosses, crests, stars, circles, and more to symbolize their people, land, culture,…

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A Global Guide to National Parks

By: Brooke Finkill One of the benefits of being a student during a pandemic is that there are so many more opportunities to virtually work or intern in places that wouldn’t have been available before. Because of this I got an internship with the National Parks Service virtually! I currently intern for Cumberland Island National…

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