Monthly Archives: December 2015

Does the First Amendment Protect Lies? By: Freddy Gompf

February 14, 2003 a decision was handed down from Florida’s Second District Court of Appeal regarding the case New World… Continue reading

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The CSI Effect

  In the world of ever changing technology, television and mass media has captured the minds of viewers all over… Continue reading

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PhilaU-TJU Merger Will Propel Them To First Tier of Philly Universities: Philadelphia Inquirer

The proposed integration of Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University “will create an academic empire” that would be the city’s fifth-largest university, The Philadelphia Inquirer reported Dec. 24. The two universities, with more than 115 acres in East Falls and …

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PhilaU-Thomas Jefferson U. Integration on Front Page of Philadelphia Inquirer

Read the front-page story in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer on yesterday’s announced integration of Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University.
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Philadelphia University Announces Plans to Integrate With Thomas Jefferson University

Philadelphia University has signed a letter of intent to integrate with Thomas Jefferson University, a Center City-based health sciences university, to create a comprehensive university that offers unprecedented opportunities for both institutions and which will set a new standard in …

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PhilaU and Thomas Jefferson U. Announces Integration Plans: Philadelphia Inquirer, Business Journal, Fox News, Newsworks and others

Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University today announced plans to integrate into one comprehensive university, which was covered nationally by a wide range of media outlets, including The Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Business Journal, The Washington Post, Newsworks, ABC News, San Francisco …

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PhilaU Graphic Design + the National Constitution Center Voting and all-things Election Related Systems Design Collaboration

news_program_ncc2015-1The results of the industry-sponsored collaboration with PhilaU Graphic Design and the National Constitution Center Voting and all-things Election Related Systems Design project are in and the winners are: First Place: Colin Hyland; Second Place: Caroline Noebels; Third Place: Kelly Syzmanowski; and Honorable Mentions to Ronnie Alley, Jenna Granville, Veronica Llamas. Overall there was some wonderful work on display in the DEC Center for the review.

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news_program_ncc2015-3Senior-year Graphic Design students enrolled in GRAPH 401. Design 7, Systems Design Integration course, worked on a complex, multi-faceted project for the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, our industry-sponsored client for the Fall 2015 semester. In this required, major studio course each student created an overall Design System for the NCC presidential election programming around voting and all things election related. With the Democratic National Convention coming to the City of Philadelphia in Summer 2016, the National Constitution Center would like to be thought of as the go-to place for all things election related, and for information about elections and voting, etc.

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End of Fall 2015 Semester Final Reviews

It’s been a very busy—and productive—semester culminating with the rites of passage of every semester: the ritual known as Final Reviews. There was some wonderfully creative work produced and displayed during all-class reviews for Sophomores, Jun… Continue reading

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Make the most of your winter break!

admissions-defaultMake the most of your winter break!That long awaited winter break is approaching and with a little planning, you can be going back to school in January more relaxed and feeling productive.  With college students home for their breaks too, visiting colleges won’t give you the …

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Charter High School of Architecture and Design Competition with Philadelphia University

Student work on the jacquard loom!The Charter High School of Architecture and Design in Philadelphia collaborated with Philadelphia University to understand the value of design repeat. Students in Heather Durkee’s junior classes participated in a … Continue reading

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