Last month, I spent several days caring for both a white child and a black child. I’m white and so […]
Whenever I read about a Wawa getting held up, it makes me want to cry inside. Wawas are sacred places […]
Columnist Kathryn Quigley equates planning her loved one’s funeral, before he dies, to just another routine human experience – buying a car.
Teenagers know how to text. They know how to multi-task — like eating a pizza, playing Xbox and listening to […]
My father asks the same question, over and over, often while we are driving on Tyson Avenue to his doctor’s […]
Some women want diamonds for Christmas. Others want expensive clothes. I want a single-family house, with no neighbors on […]
Whenever I hear about violence in the Kingsessing neighborhood of Southwest Philadelphia, my heart breaks a little. That is where […]
One of the best parts of my job as a college journalism professor is helping my students find internships and […]