Monthly Archives: January 2016

Magee One of Top Five Coaches in Philly Sports History: CBS Philly

PhilaU head men’s basketball coach Herb Magee is one of the top five coaches in Philadelphia sports history, CBS Philly reported Jan. 8. “I don’t care where you do it, if you win 1,000 games you’re a legend and you …

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Senior Tori Arnao Making Most of Final Hoops Season: CBS Philly

Senior forward Tori Arnao, who recently scored her 1,000th point and pulled down her 1000th rebound, is making the most of her final season, CBS Philly reported Jan. 7. Arnao “wants to make every game her best game ,” said …

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PhilaU Student Kaitlin Johnson Goes on Guatamala Mission: Providence Journal

Sophomore Kaitlin Johnson spent part of winter break building homes for destitute residents living near a Guatamala dump, the Providence Journal reported Jan. 1. Johnson, an interior design major who went on the mission with her family, told the Journal …

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PhilaU Interior Design Student Wins Formica Corp. Innovation Competition

Caitlyn Bakofsky, a junior interior design student, won third place in the SurfaceSet 2016 student innovation competition sponsored by Formica Corp. Bakofsky won $500 for her design of a luggage retail space in which she envisioned the merchandise in displays that …

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Interior Design Student Wins SurfaceSet Competition: Architizer, Boutique Design

Caitlyn Bakofsky, a junior interior design student, won third place in the SurfaceSet 2016 student innovation competition sponsored by Formica Corp., Architizer and Boutique Design reported Jan. 4. Bakofsky won $500 for her design of a luggage retail space in which …

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DSL Director Larry Starr on the Key Traits Of Leadership: Philadelphia Inquirer, Monterey Herald

Voters should look beyond the bluster of many presidential candidates for signs of a true leader who has the characteristics to tackle important issues with purpose, vision and strategy, according to a commentary in the Jan. 3 Philadelphia Inquirer by …

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