In recent years, the development and market expansion of gluten-free products have proceeded at a rapid pace. As a result, such products are now almost ubiquitous in dining halls, restaurants, and the […]
Two years removed from a contentious 2016 Presidential election, the stage is set for a similarly contentious 2018 Midterm election. Senior analyst Harry Enten from FiveThirtyEight has called the race “a big […]
A club at UPenn has held mandatory anti-oppression training for the last two years. These sessions have included “Power Flowers,” a “Privilege Circle,” and discussions about identity. Write On! is a group […]
On January 22, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, currently with a 5-2 Democratic majority, issued a split decision that threw out the state’s current congressional district map used in elections to the U.S. […]
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On January 23rd, 2018, Mayor Kenney of Philadelphia was delivered a report from DBHIDS (Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual Disability Services). After studying examples in Seattle, Canada, and with expert opinion, […]