The Meritocratic Class Con
The problem isn’t the 1 percent. It’s the top 10 percent. Have we forgotten what got us here?
Welcome To Cellicon Valley
A week at Penn Medicine offers a glimpse into an innovation revolution that may not only change Philadelphia, but the world
A Man—and Mind—of the People
The Citizen co-founder reflects on what made our late chairman, Jeremy Nowak, a rare gem
Havana on the Schuylkill
Philadelphia continues to export brain power. Can the Amazon bid prompt a new way of thinking to keep it here?
The Eagles Are Philadelphia
The key to the game is the same as the key to our city’s future: Our team’s grit
Talking ‘Bout A Revolution
Mayor Kenney’s dissolving of the SRC is an opportunity to take a page from Silicon Valley and radically rethink education.
Mark Zuckerberg and other technoplutocrats are calling for a Universal Basic Income as a way to narrow income disparity. Should we buy what they’re selling?
Remembering Bill Coleman
The civil rights icon who worked on Brown v. Board of Education “led a life you would dream about.” He died last month.