Post Tagged with: "food"

Bring Holiday Cheer to the Less Fortunate through Volunteering

November 24, 2014 3:49 pm81 comments
Philabundance by buildOn, Flickr

The holidays are just around the corner, which means loads of stuffing, fat turkeys, decorative wrapped gifts, and cheer. The excitement erupts in unison when family and friends reunite to spread love and warmth. However, not everyone can enjoy unforgettable moments like the ones to come due to the lack […]

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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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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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The Gospel of the Strong, Not Skinny

November 21, 2013 7:52 pm0 comments

Just the other day, I overheard a group of girls loudly chattering amongst each other. Yes, I was eavesdropping, but honestly, I didn’t really have any other choice—I was a few paces behind them and they were practically screaming. But I digress. They were talking about weight and diets. One […]

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Arcadia University’s 20th Annual Empty Bowl Dinner

November 20, 2013 8:53 pm1 comment

On Monday November 18th in the Grey Towers Castle, Arcadia University held its 20th annual Empty Bowl Dinner. The event is open to the public, so on that evening the Castle was packed with Arcadia students, their parents, relatives, and local town residents alike. After paying a small fee for […]

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Welcome to “The Backstreet”

November 13, 2013 12:02 pm2 comments
Flickr Creative Commons: Tauno Tõhk / 陶诺

  By: Brooke Hiban There is nothing better or worse for you than street food. This is especially true for the street food in China. Contrary to popular belief, there isn’t an overwhelming population of health inspectors perusing the stands and harshly regulating/admonishing the dumpling vendors at their shops. I’m […]

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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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