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A Small Food Guide Through a Big City

Kysha Brown is a recent college graduate from Arcadia University with a B.A in English and a minor in Pan African Studies. She enjoys photography and writing food reviews in…

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Campus Philly’s Summer 2021 Resource Guide

School is out, the sun is shining, and there are TONS of things to do in the city. This can only mean one thing: It’s summer! Welcome to Campus Philly’s…

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Get Into the Summer Spirit with Bartender Barry

Looking for ways to keep yourself fresh and cool this summer? We recently chatted with our friend Bartender Barry about some delicious cocktail recipes that are perfect drinks to try…

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Collab in the City: Lokal Artisan Foods & Bean2Bean Coffee Just Created Something Sweet!

We all know that Campus Philly loves a good treat, and recently we got the opportunity to chat with two entrepreneurs in the Philly food industry on their latest collaboration:…

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15 Ways to Celebrate the Holiday Season in Philly: Deals, Virtual Events, and More

This has been a semester unlike any other (to say the very least). Let’s get right into the good stuff. Below, you’ll find some ways to get into the holiday…

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Top 25 Things to Do in Philly Under $25

Last updated July 16, 2021 There’s already endless possibility for things to do in Philly, but the city is especially friendly to those (students!) on a budget. Philly supports members…

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Campus Philly’s Fall Resource Guide

Welcome to (or back to!) Philly for your fall 2020 semester. We know things both on- & off-campus are going to look & feel different this year, so as always,…

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Campus Philly’s Summer Resource Guide

Our Summer Resource Guide is your all-access pass to enjoying Philadelphia this summer.

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Your Virtual Guide to All Things Philly

Yo, Philly! Looking for ways to keep the Philly vibe alive from home? We’ve got everything you need right here.

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Here’s to You, Grads: All the Ways to Celebrate Your Moment This May

Congratulations, Class of 2020! Insert balloons, champagne, cheers—maybe some tears, but definitely cake—here.

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