Bill Clinton comes to Philadelphia

Philadelphia is a swing state. So for the election this means that no particular party has control and that is why I believe Clinton came to visit Philadelphia before the election. Today after looking on The Philadelphia Center Facebook page I was made aware that Bill Clinton would be at the University of Pennsylvania and…

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It Was All Right

Last night was the first Friday of the month, which means that all the art galleries in Philadelphia stayed open late and served wine or beer with a come-and-mingle atmosphere. So Nate and I went to visit our friend, Abby, at the small gallery where she works on 11th St., only about a block away…

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Exploring

I’m off work today for President’s Day, so I’m out getting some coffee and doing some class-work. I have two classes with the Philadelphia Center: Urban and Political Systems, which is on Fridays, and Relationships in Fiction in Film, which is Tuesday evenings. Today I’m finishing up the reading for class tomorrow night. Also, I’m…

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A Letter Goodbye

Dear Philadelphia, As our time together is about to end, I want you to know that I will miss you deeply. Over the past three months you have provided me with adventure, opportunities and new experiences. I cannot even begin to express my appreciation and gratitude that I have as I have fallen in love with you….

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Learning about the Learning Plan

There are some professors at Hanover who will give you a syllabus at the beginning of the semester and tell you exactly what you will learn. There are other professors who give you a syllabus they say is flexible and will be more than happy to incorporate whatever the class would like to learn into…

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And the internship search begins…

There are many reasons I chose to spend a semester at The Philadelphia Center (TPC). It’s unique in that it offers students the opportunity to gain hands on experience through an internship in the city — that’s what originally attracted me to the program. Let me share with you the process I experienced this past…

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