Looking: Why HBO’s surprising and upsetting cancellation presents a gap in television today

Looking: Why HBO’s surprising and upsetting cancellation presents a gap in television today

  Sean Morris Staff Writer       A few weeks ago, HBO’s gay-themed television series was officially canceled by HBO, but are creating a movie to be made to finish...

Project Based Learning Arriving at Chester Arthur

Project Based Learning Arriving at Chester Arthur

Darius Purnell Staff Writer We are all now used to project based learning where we look more at process of collaboration and inquiry to establish how well we learn. Sometimes we fo...

HallWay Fashion

HallWay Fashion

                    Ari Haven   Who influences your outfits? No one in particular. I just kind of look at the media and pick ...

Mental Illnesses in the Workplace

Mental Illnesses in the Workplace

by Leah Kelly Staff Writer At the end of March, a Germanwings plane crashed into the French Alps, leaving all 150 passengers and crew members dead. At first, medical personnel, air...

Sports


March Madness Recap
Apr 16, 2015 | by | No Comments | Read →

  Benjamin Simon Staff Writer Just a little more than a week ago, March Madness wrapped up yet another eventful and exciting couple weeks. Here is a look into my personal awar...

2015 Philadelphia Phillies Season Preview
Apr 7, 2015 | by | No Comments | Read →

William Derry Staff Writer                    When Phillies closer Brad Lidge struck out Tampa Bay Rays outfielder Eric Hinske with his na...

Temple is Bound for NIT Crown
Mar 30, 2015 | by | No Comments | Read →

Benjamin Simon Staff Writer Two weeks ago, Temple sat impatiently waiting to hear their name called on Selection Sunday. Instead, they found themselves as a NIT (National Invitatio...

Op/Ed


SLAMedia’s Guide to A Day in New York
Apr 17, 2015 | by | No Comments | Read →

Ella Donesky Staff Writer New York City is known for being a popular tourism city, with more than 54 million tourists visiting the city each year. Covering more than 450 square mil...

Editorial: Heroes or Traitors? The Whistleblower Debate
Mar 30, 2015 | by | No Comments | Read →

    Sean Morris Staff Writer           President John F. Kennedy once said: “The cost of freedom is always high, but Americans have always paid...

March Madness
Mar 26, 2015 | by | No Comments | Read →

By: Alhaji Koita   March Madness is back again and better than ever! Students around SLA, are getting their couches ready & setting their brackets up to perfection. The reason...


News

  • Project Based Learning Arriving at Chester Arthur
    Project Based Learning Arriving at Chester Arthur

    Darius Purnell Staff Writer We are all now used to project based learning where we look more at process of collaboration and inquiry to establish how well we learn. Sometimes we fo...

  • School District 2016-17 Calendar Released

    The Philadelphia School District’s calendar for the 2015-16 school year has been released online. The school year will start on September 8 and go until Summer break on June 22. ...

  • Student Spotlight: Nikki Adeli
    Student Spotlight: Nikki Adeli

    Dylan McKeon Staff Writer A major belief that many students of SLA hold is the idea that standardized tests are an inaccurate judgement of a student’s intelligence. In 2014, this...

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Project Based Learning Arriving at Chester Arthur
Project Based Learning Arriving at Chester Arthur

Darius Purnell Staff Writer We are all now used to project based learning where we look more at process of collaboration and inquiry to establish how well we learn. Sometimes we fo...

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Surprising Punishments
Surprising Punishments

Staff Writer Corinthia Bell When there are terrible flaws in living, there must be consequence. Those who have lethal power to use against those who have not, are murders. Moments ...

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SLAMedia’s Guide to A Day in New York
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Ella Donesky Staff Writer New York City is known for being a popular tourism city, with more than 54 million tourists visiting the city each year. Covering more than 450 square mil...

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March Madness Recap
March Madness Recap

  Benjamin Simon Staff Writer Just a little more than a week ago, March Madness wrapped up yet another eventful and exciting couple weeks. Here is a look into my personal awar...

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Looking: Why HBO’s surprising and upsetting cancellation presents a gap in television today
Looking: Why HBO’s surprising and upsetting cancellation presents a gap in television today

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