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Updated: Action Required to Resolve Canon Printing Issue

Posted 28 March 2017 | 2:45 pm

Updated 3/28/17 2:45pm: Many community members are experiencing problems printing to Canon printers. The problem appears with a notification that Windows needs to download and install a software driver. If you cancel or attempt to install the driver, the install fails and you remain unable to print. Canon has recommended uninstalling and reinstalling your printer to ensure that the […]

3/28 Tech Talk: Working with Sound

Posted 27 March 2017 | 10:47 am

How is sound connected to social, cultural, and political life? And how can we use sound to document and tell stories about social, cultural, and political phenomena? In this talk, Amy Weidman (Anthropology) will provide an overview of how a new course, Waves of Power: The Anthropology and Cultural Politics of Sound, offered for the […]

Mifflin Square Park Cleanup with SEAMAAC

Posted 26 March 2017 | 1:49 pm

On Saturday March 25, I went out to South Philly to help clean up Mifflin Square Park with SEAMAAC. The park is located on the corner of 6th and Ritner in a diverse neighborhood home to many immigrants of Southeast Asian and Latino descent. SEAMAAC has plans to work with the neighborhood to build community ownership […]

(seventy seven) or garden party grief

Posted 26 March 2017 | 1:28 pm

So far I’ve asked three lovely people to garden party for me. I have one last person, my hellee Mackenzie, but I am stumped on ideas. Every idea that pops into my head doesn’t feel special enough. When Mackenzie asked me to hell her she made a scavenger hunt which ended in her room with […]

Little Nonna’s

Posted 25 March 2017 | 4:37 pm

A Taste of Italy in Philadelphia Nestled in a residential part of 13th Street at the intersection with Pine sits a cozy Italian restaurant called Little Nonna’s. Good Italian food is not hard to find in Philadelphia, especially along Christian Street, south of Center City and around the Italian Market. However, if you’re going to a […]

Crispy Roast Duck

Posted 25 March 2017 | 4:15 pm

Ting Wong If you stand beneath Chinatown’s main gate, Ting Wong’s bright red sign on the left side of the street is hard to miss. So are the roast ducks hanging in the window. One of the better-known establishments in Chinatown, Ting Wong is famous for its roasted meats at reasonable prices.

Capogiro Gelato

Posted 25 March 2017 | 4:06 pm

A Taste of Italy in Philadelphia My parents took me to Rome for the spring break, where I indulged in far too much gelato. I can think of only three places to find gelato in Philadelphia—Capogiro, Gran Caffe L’Aquila, and Anthony’s Italian Coffee House. There are surely more, but Capogiro seems to be the  top […]

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