Monthly Archives: March 2008

Disability and Occupational Therapy Awareness Activities Planned

Philadelphia University’s Office of Disability Services, in collaboration with the Occupational Therapy Program, will host an awareness event for members of the University community on Tuesday, April 1 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the main entrance to The …

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MBA Student Blogs on Chinese Travels during Spring Break

Not only is she finishing up midterm exams, Philadelphia University MBA student Maria Angioletti is also preparing for a spring break trip of a lifetime with the School of Business Administration (SBA). For more than a decade, the Office of …

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University Launches New School of Architecture Web Pages

As part of Philadelphia University’s ongoing commitment to building a vibrant and dynamic web site, the University will launch a new School of Architecture site today, March 12, 2008, at www.PhilaU.edu/Architecture.     On the heels of a recent redesign of the …

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Rams Crowned CACC Champions March 8

In a heated matchup against its hometown rivals, Holy Family University, Philadelphia University’s Men’s Basketball team clinched the title of Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) champions with a 73-67 win in double overtime on March 8. On Herb Magee Court, …

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Second Runway Challenge Episode Doesn’t Miss a Beat

Philadelphia University’s second episode of Runway Challenge aired today, March 10, at 2 p.m. on NBC10’s 10! show.  This week’s challenge required students to create an “After 5” fashion for the American Heart Association Go Red for Women movement, which …

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Adjunct Professor Mark Sunderland on performance athletic wear in The Inquirer

Mark Sunderland, adjunct professor in the School of Engineering and Textiles, spoke about the evolution of performance athletic wear in a March 9 Philadelphia Inquirer story on lululemon,  the Canadian firm that specializes in yoga and pilates wear that has …

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Dean of Students Mark Govoni talks about campus diversity initiatives in Metro

Mark Govoni, dean of students, said universities are doing more to teach about diversity and promote multicultural acceptance on today’s campuses, according to a March 4 story in Metro.  In the story, on addressing racism on campus, Govoni talked about residence hall initiatives that speak to people …

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Design Center exhibit, part of citywide FiberPhiladelphia festival, featured in The Inquirer

The Design Center’s current exhibit, Rummage, featuring works by textile artist Susie Brandt, is part of the citywide FiberPhiladelphia festival that kicks off this weekend, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported March 7.  Rummage will be on display through April 9.

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Design Center exhibit, Rummage, featured in Philadelphia Weekly

The Design Center’s current exhibit by textile artist Susie Brandt, entitled “Rummage,” was featured March 6 in Philadelphia Weekly.  The exhibit runs through April 9.

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Former basketball player Christian Burns, now playing in Poland, in The Inquirer

Christian Burns, former center for the men’s basketball team who is now playing in Poland, is one of many Philadelphia area basketball players who are playing overseas, as reported March 6 in The Philadelphia Inquirer.  Burns is playing for AZS Koszalin, a first-division Polish team.

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