Monthly Archives: November 2013

“Single Bullet” Exhibition Featured on JFK Anniversary: USA Today College, 6ABC, Fox29 and NBC10

Philadelphia University’s exhibition, “Single Bullet: Arlen Specter & The Warren Commission Investigation of the JFK Assassination,” was featured prominently in the news on Nov. 22, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President Kennedy, including in USA Today College and on 6ABC, …

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“Single Bullet” Shows How JFK Assassination Resonates on Campuses: USA Today College

Philadelphia University’s exhibition, “Single Bullet: Arlen Specter & The Warren Commission Investigation of the JFK Assassination,” is an example of how colleges are commemorating the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination, USA Today College reported Nov. 22.  President Spinelli and …

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“Single Bullet” Exhibition on JFK Assassination Featured on CBS3, CW Philly

Philadelphia University’s exhibition, “Single Bullet: Arlen Specter & The Warren Commission Investigation of the JFK Assassination” was featured in a report by CBS3 anchor Ukee Washington on Nov. 22, the 50th anniversary of the assassination. The segment also aired on …

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Single Bullet exhibition on JFK assassination featured in Metro, WHYY Newsworks

The PhilaU exhibition “Single Bullet: Arlen Specter & The Warren Commission Investigation of the JFK Assassination,” was featured in a front-page story in Metro on Nov. 21.  Architecture professor David Kratzer, fourth-year architecture student Amanda Bonelli and recent architecture graduate Ted …

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Author Philip Shenon Raises Questions About JFK Assassination at PhilaU Talk

Fifty years ago this Friday, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy shocked the nation and changed the course of history. Today, many still doubt the circumstances around the tragic event and continue to search for answers. Philip Shenon, a …

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PhilaU Students and Administrators Compete in Chopped Challenge

What could you cook with scampi, pumpkin seeds, sweet cider vinegar and Asian pears? Four teams of President’s Council and Student Government Association members put their culinary skills to the test at Philadelphia University’s very own Chopped Challenge on Nov. …

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Single Bullet Exhibition on Warren Commission Investigation: KYW Newsradio, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The Single Bullet exhibition on the investigation of President Kennedy’s assassination, 50 years ago this Friday, was featured on KYW Newsradio Nov. 18 and in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Nov. 17.  “Single Bullet: Arlen Specter & The Warren Commission Investigation of the JFK …

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Interior Design Students Win Top Six Awards in Jacobs KlingStubbins Competition

PhilaU interior design students had another great showing at this year’s Jacobs KlingStubbins student design competition, winning six of seven awards overall and sweeping the top three prizes. The PhilaU winners, who also took three of four honorable mentions in …

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Fashion Design Students Win Target Awards for New Design Concepts

Target, one of the largest merchandise retailers in the U.S., challenged 18 fashion design juniors to analyze their in-store offerings, identify an opportunity for brand expansion and propose a new collection concept—and do it just one month. Using new design-sharing …

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PhilaU Graduate Student Rides on Green Apple Bike Tour

M.S. in Sustainable Design student Victoria Herrero-Garcia is representing PhilaU’s U.S. Green Building Council’s (USGBC) student chapter on the 2013 Green Apple Bike Tour, an eight-day trip to promote sustainability. In addition to raising awareness about sustainability, Herrero-Garcia and 13 …

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