Check out our virtual (and free!) weekend picks for March 20-22.Continue reading “5 Virtual Ways to Spend Your Weekend”
Restaurant Week, Wonderspaces, and more—the best things to do with your student ID this weekend, Feb. 21 through Feb. 23!Continue reading “Here are Five Great Things to Do with Your Student ID This Weekend”
Read on for our Jan. 24-Jan. 26 top picks—and get ready to score a discount.Continue reading “5 Spots to Use Your Student ID This Weekend”
Just bring your student ID to score awesome deals.Continue reading “5 Must-Visit Spots for This Weekend”
Your Top Student Deals for Nov. 15 – Nov. 17
Your weekend picks are in! Read on to see our top spots to use your student ID this weekend (including where to get those last-chance steals!) and enjoy exploring Philly all weekend long.Continue reading “7 Spots to Use Your Student ID This Weekend”
Your Top Spooky-Season Picks (+ More!) Curated by Campus Philly
Fall is officially here, and we’ve got your top picks to kick off the season! Read on to see what’s happening in Philly this month, including top spots to use your student ID for deals, discounts, and more.Continue reading “12 Spots to Use Your Student ID this October”
Warm up this winter at one of the many cozy cafe’s snuggled throughout the city (pun intended!). The polar vortex may have you wanting to stay inside, but this list of hot spots will have you walking out the door, wearing your favorite pair of gloves.Continue reading “Cozy Cafés To Warm Up In This Winter in Philly”
On October 20, I spent the day at the Witches and Wizards Festival (formerly Harry Potter Festival) in Chestnut Hill. The Witches and Wizards Festival is an annual festival that celebrates the mystical and spooky, with a lot of elements from the Harry Potter series incorporated, by lining the streets with a ton of fun activities! Missed out on this year’s event? Check out Campus Philly’s inside look in our blog post, and be sure to add the Witches and Wizards Festival to your calendar next year, because this is one event you do not want to miss! Here are our recommendations for having the best time at the Witches and Wizards Festival: Continue reading “An Inside Look into Chestnut Hill’s Witches and Wizards Festival”
The Philadelphia Orchestra is legendary. It’s been around for more than 100 years (founded in 1900!), was the first orchestra to appear in a radio commercial, the first orchestra to appear on television, and the first major orchestra to give a live performance on the internet, way back before YouTube streaming and Instagram Live was even a thought.
Our city’s orchestra is iconic, and with its concerts taking place right in the middle of the city at the Kimmel Center, it’s never been easier to see a show, and make a night of it…especially when an annual membership for Philly college students is just $25. That means unlimited access to more than 80 concerts all season, the ability to reserve student tickets in advance to secure your seats, and the option to purchase additional student tickets for just $8 (your friends will thank you, trust us).
Looking for some recommendations on things to see, places to eat, and the best spots to take a selfie with City Hall? Check out our Center City itinerary, ending with an evening at the Philadelphia Orchestra, below:
A special message from our partner, Parks and Rec:
In Philadelphia, sports unify people across all cultures and demographics. The Philadelphia International Unity Cup, presented by Goya, is no exception. The tournament has been uniting the city’s neighborhoods and celebrating its diverse immigrant communities through soccer for the past three years. This year, the Unity Cup had a record 52 teams representing countries from around the world compete in the tournament, which kicked off in August and runs through October. Continue reading “Did You Know Philly Has Its Own World Cup?”