Do Something: Drink for the Dogs
Join the fight to end food insecurity in Philadelphia. Plus, sit in on an LGBTQ forum, toast pooches and female entrepreneurs and more ways to be an awesome citizen this week
The Citizen Recommends: Leah Buechley
As part of a Drexel series on rethinking learning, the former MIT educational technologist grapples with the inequities her work can bring to education
The Winner Is …
We gave away $5,000 to one random voter yesterday. Amber Kipp won for being a good citizen.
The Pro-Choice Election
Our City Controller debate this week showed why voters will be the real winners on Tuesday: They’ll have a real choice.
The Citizen Recommends: On the Table Philly
More than 100 hosts have signed up to share a meal and a conversation with their neighbors on May 23. Their main concern? Building community.
It Pays to Vote … Again
Vote on May 16. You could win $5,000.
The Not-So-Sweet Smell of School Success
Parental support for neighborhood schools is what advocates say we need most. But what happens when you get too much of a good thing?
Veterans and Civic Engagement
At our Citizen Town Hall last week, we offered a way for vets to continue their commitment to service: With local civic engagement
Citizen Speaks: The University and The City
Our sold-out Citizen Speaks event brought five city university presidents together for the first time. Hopefully it's not the last
Black Degrees Matter
A campaign led by Boys’ Latin is forcing the city to face a painful truth