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The Hawk News

Graphic of the low buildings next to the skyscrapers of Center City

Philly’s future is bright, let’s not mess it up

Emma Hendrickson April 17, 2024
Developing sustainable infrastructure
photo of the LIbertree Grounds facility, displaying light up mini golf indoors

Teeing off for a night out

Hannah Madeya April 10, 2024
Libertee Grounds will take you back to your childhood habits
Sultan Mohiuddin, an employee of Big Guy Halal
Food, cooks a lamb gyro hoagie.

The search for affordable food cart bites

Max Kelly February 21, 2024

I love to try new foods but as a college student, I don’t have award-winning restaurant money. So, late last semester, I embarked on a mission to find some great meals for a reasonable price amidst...

Philly fan explores famous market

Juliet Menz February 7, 2024

After 21 years of claiming to be a die-hard Philadelphia fan, I have finally crossed a Philly destination off my bucket list: the Reading Terminal Market. Open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily, the Reading Terminal...

Making candles and memories

Natalia Pereira December 6, 2023

I consider myself to be a bit of a do-it-yourself (DIY) enthusiast. I have always loved scrapbooking, and for the last four years, my college room has been decorated with paintings and collages I have...

The Philadelphia Opera performs at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia, Pa., on Sept 21, 2018. A performance in the Academy of Music, one of the Kimmel Cultural Campus venues that participates in the Dinner and a Show promotion.

Center City District returns Dinner and a Show promotion

Tess Coary March 28, 2023

The Center City District (CCD) is bringing back its Dinner and a Show promotion, a collaboration between Philadelphia performing arts organizations and restaurants. Running from March 1 to May 31,...

Nina Bryan holds her signature classic banana pudding at her storefront in Reading Terminal Market on Sept. 10. PHOTOS: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Reading Terminal Market

Elise Welsh September 14, 2021

Located in the heart of Philadelphia is one of America’s oldest public markets, Reading Terminal Market. Whether you’re looking for fresh produce, dinner with a friend or even handcrafted jewelry,...

Preserve LGBTQ nightlife

Preserve LGBTQ nightlife

Regina Schliep February 19, 2020

LGBTQ spaces in cities and the impacts of gentrification R&B singer Blood Orange’s debut album, “Coastal Grooves,” is full of sounds inspired by the 1980s New York City queer ball culture. He...

Squilla and Giordano (left) take photos in the art display Submergence. PHOTOS: Natalie Drum ’20

New interactive art space aims for fully immersive experience

Natalie Drum February 11, 2020

It’s not everyday that one walks through an art gallery filled with over 8,000 lights interacting with the artwork. The lights are set to a continuous playlist, dangling from the ceiling. Visitors use...

Philadelphias underground music scene

Philadelphia’s underground music scene

Jayne Baran December 3, 2019

Living in Philadelphia is a blessing and should be treated as such. Sure, there is a lot more garbage and noise in the city and maybe the city turns to chaos every time there’s a big playoff game, but...

Attendees celebrating in dragon costumes. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS ’22/THE HAWK

Spreading luck and fortune

Natalie Drum February 12, 2019

Lion Dance Parade celebrates Chinese New Year In honor of Chinese New Year, the 2019 Lion Dance Parade made its way around Philadelphia’s Chinatown on Feb. 10. A celebration of the holiday, restaurants...

A participant holds up a handmade sign among the crowd. PHOTO: MITCHELL SHIELDS 22/THE HAWK

Scenes from the Women’s March on Philadelphia

Alex Hargrave January 22, 2019

For the third year in a row, women and their allies took to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway to participate in the Women’s March, a national demonstration in support of women. The event on Jan. 19 was...

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