The AU Penny Pincher: FUEL, Grim Philly, and More

March 7, 2014 12:00 pm2,225 comments
Photo: Katherine Cambareri

Each week, many businesses and event centers advertise the latest and greatest (and most unique) deals for the week, month, and even the entire year. The Greater Philadelphia area has a number of exciting activities and events to offer! This weekly article can act as your adventure guide in seeking […]

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Two Students Commit Suicide at The University of Pennsylvania

March 6, 2014 12:00 pm75 comments
Photo: Instagram

As college students, our lives can be very stressful. We’re under the constant pressure to do well in school, establish a career path, maintain a social life, deal with finances, and balance a healthy lifestyle all at the same time. So much is expected from us, and it can be […]

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Valentine’s Day on a College Budget

February 13, 2014 10:00 am693 comments
Photo by: fly

  In February there are just two words that can simultaneously evoke feelings of dread and anxiety in some, and a feeling of starry-eyed excitement in others: Valentine’s Day. Although people’s thoughts about this holiday range from it being ‘the most pointless day out of the year’ all the way to […]

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The AU Penny Pincher: Moshulu, Hot Yoga, and More

January 31, 2014 2:00 pm58 comments
Photo by: Katherine Cambareri - Assistant Photo Editor

Each week, many businesses and event centers advertise the latest and greatest, and most unique, deals for the week, month and even the entire year. The Greater Philadelphia area has a number of exciting activities and events to offer! This weekly article can act as your adventure guide in seeking […]

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Peddler’s Palooza

December 8, 2013 1:43 am4 comments

This season, make sure to visit Peddler’s Village in Bucks County for endless Christmas celebrations! With over 70 outlets and shops, it is the perfect attraction for holiday shopping and gift giving. The Village offers countless festivities for friends and family to enjoy up until January 4th, so don’t miss out […]

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Keswick Fall Festival

October 8, 2013 11:53 am2 comments

By: Zach Sweeney In light of the changing of seasons and the current Fall fever epidemic, it should excite the community-at-large that Keswick Village will be hosting its 2nd Annual Fall Festival on Saturday, October 12, 2013 from 12-6 P.M. The festival will be running simultaneously with Arcadia’s Family Weekend […]

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College Takeover in Philly

September 30, 2013 8:03 pm1 comment

Colleges from all over the city were invited to participate in the annual College Day on the Parkway in Philadelphia on Saturday, September 28th. Museums up and down the parkway opened their doors and offered free admission to anyone with a College ID. Campus Philly kept the activities rolling in […]

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8Static Festival & Future

September 22, 2013 11:54 am4 comments

Across the country, there are a number of music festivals that gather monthly to promote the importance of music and music education and allow singers and groups from around the world to display their talents. The 8Static Festival is one of those very gatherings. Having been around since its debut […]

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Philadelphia Auto Show 2013

January 21, 2013 11:37 am1 comment
Lamborghini Gallardo 2013 Philadelphia Auto Show by Speeder1, Flickr.

The annual auto show proved to be a teasing success as it promoted new car models and well preserved vehicles of the century. Hosted in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center located downtown, the 2013 Philly Auto Show was held from January 19th to the 27th. A mass variety of vehicles […]

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First Friday Opens the Streets to Art Lovers

November 5, 2012 11:22 am2 comments
First Friday, Philadelphia, PA by Ruth Debard..., Flickr.

Art lovers stormed the streets with excitement as First Friday showcased the talents of different artists. Held on the first Friday of every month between 5 to 9 p.m. in Old City, Philadelphia, this event brings together different paintings, sculptures, and photographs of artists everywhere. Collaboratively working together, approximately 40 […]

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