Beyonce made these majorette movements famous in "Single Ladies," but dance students at the University of the Arts have formed a full-blown squad.
"I wrote a wish list in 1995," Luis "Suave" Gonzalez said. "The first thing on my list was, on day one, to go to a school in the neighborhood where I offended and to apologize."
Zach Rotzal, a senior at LaSalle College High School, recently joined a rarefied group when he earned all of Scouting's 139 merit badges. It's a feat achieved by fewer than 360 boys in the history of the organization, according to meritbadgeknot.com, an unofficial site that tracks the achievement.
The number of minority students attending 'apartheid schools' in New Jersey, where 1 percent or less of the students are white, has nearly doubled since 1989.
As a top executive, Stephen Spinelli Jr., 62, finds himself in an unusual position. He's gone from number one to number two, yet has more responsibility.
A noted pain management specialist pleaded guilty Tuesday to sexually assaulting seven women in 2016 while he was chairman of the neurology department at Drexel University's College of Medicine. He received a probationary sentence.
Hazim Hardeman is one of a record 10 African American Rhodes scholars announced this weekend; four of the 32 winners have ties to the region.
"The clubs were going in every direction," said an adult organizer of the walkout to bring reforms and more awareness of black students' concerns. Then-Police Commissioner Frank Rizzo ordered more than 100 men in full riot gear to charge students who had been largely peaceful. "The kids were helpless...
The project is part crowdfunding campaign to fix the instruments and part avant-garde music experiment, with a score from Pulitzer Prize-winning composer David Lang.
Cheyney University, the nation's oldest historically black college and a school nearly at the brink of collapse, got a key reprieve Friday when a regional education panel allowed the university to keep its accreditation while it struggles to right its course.
The use of virtual reality in schools has risen exponentially in the last couple of years. The introduction of Google Cardboard - with goggles as inexpensive as $6 that attach to a smartphone - have spread the use of VR, although more ambitious districts are spending tens of thousands of dollars on labs...
Shelia J. Taylor-Hawkins, a third-grade teacher at Shawmont School in Roxborough, died in a house fire Sunday morning.
The latest group of U.S. Rhodes scholars includes 10 African Americans - the most ever in a single Rhodes class - as well as a transgender man and four students from colleges that had never had received the honor before.