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Do You Want to Vote? Show Us Your ID

Do You Want to Vote? Show Us Your ID

  Story by: NETERA BRICKLE / Paul Robeson High School Photo by: VICTORIA LEE / Academy at Palumbo “The right to vote in America is not dead, the right to vote in Pennsylvania is not dead, but it’s on life support!” Rawell Andrews the Regional Vice President of the AARP said in  a very inspiring speech about … Continue reading

Young Leader Takes on Large Responsibilities

Young Leader Takes on Large Responsibilities

Story by: ABIGAIL PERLMAN / Constitution High School Photo by: LISA WILK / TUHS Press Staff At only 27-years old, Chris Woods has climbed the executive ladder to become the youngest Executive Vice President in the National Union for Hospital and Health Care Employees. As the Executive VP for local District 1199C Woods manages 13,000 members of … Continue reading

Occupy Philly Where Art Thou?

Occupy Philly Where Art Thou?

Story by: MADELINE CLAPIER / Constitution High School Photo by: HEDIE MOJICA / Arts Academy at Benjamin Rush There was a buzz in the city of Philadelphia last October. The Occupy Wall Street movement had finally hit the streets of Philadelphia. However after just a few months, the supporters seemed to disappear. So where have they gone? … Continue reading

Voters Evaluate Our Presidential Candidates

Story by: VICTORIA LEE / Academy at Palumbo November 6th, 2012 — this date will forever be engraved in our minds. On that day we find out who the future president of the United States of America will be. Whether the current President Barack Obama wins his re- election; or will Mitt Romney become the 45th … Continue reading