Molly Devinney was hired by a Philadelphia nonprofit, the Lower Moyamensing Civic Association (LoMo), to design, implement and promote a student-led garden program with corresponding education and community programs at South Philadelphia High School (SPHS). South Philadelphia is known for sports teams and Mummers, but definitely not sustainable green space.
Three visiting creative writers, all of whom are recent alumni, will visit campus on behalf of the Creative Writing Division on April 11 at 7 p.m. in the Bears’ Den. All of these individuals are engaged in pursuit of a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing, each focusing on a different genre: Ananda Holton 2011
Dawn Chavous 2001 will be the guest speaker at the ALMA, SUN and Multicultural Services Annual Senior Recognition Banquet to be held on campus in April. Chavous is Executive Director of Students First PA, which is a non-profit organization that advocates for education reform initiatives to ensure that all children and families have equal access to
We recently caught up with young alum Shannon O’Malley 2006 after she was pictured in The Philadelphia Inquirer article, “Surviving with Heart”. Shannon is currently an Exercise Physiologist at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Menaka Gopalan 2008 is one of two artists who recently had a show at Twelve Gates gallery at 305 Cherry St., Old City, Philadelphia. A review in “theartblog.org” states, “Both artists in this show take on South Asian heritage and life in America at some point in the work on display here, but it is