Janna is in the audience when Nathaniel Popkin describes the making of his historical novel.
Casey loves flea markets, and Arcadia’s did not disappoint. To her surprise, she even found little pieces of home.
Plans to view a total lunar eclipse with classmates turn into a party of one for Jamie, who forges on and enjoys the show.
On a photography assignment, Jordan captured an international trade meeting happening right on campus.
Marcella describes a writing workshop with nine other students and visiting author Nathaniel Popkin.
Jasmine discovers Arcadia’s connection to the Civil Rights Movement and the importance of student involvement in social change.
A last-minute photo assignment gives Jessica the opportunity to become more familiar with downtown Glenside.