Student Voice: Changing the Frame by Dining in Camden

Sean DiGiulio is a student in Masters of Public Administration within the International Public Service Development program: We are all familiar with these bigger institutions: Rutgers-Camden, Cooper Hospital, Government Buildings, Waterfront Attractions – Campbell’s Field, Adventure Aquarium, Susquehanna Bank Center, and Battleship New Jersey.  But give me a list of your favorite restaurants or shops … Read more of Student Voice: Changing the Frame by Dining in Camden

LAEDA hosts Dine Around Friday, December 13th

It’s been a quiet week around campus with the snow, but I wanted to be sure to pass along this wonderful opportunity: LAEDA is hosting Dine Around Friday at Old San Juan Restaurant, Friday December 13, 2013 at 12:30pm. Help support Camden Small Businesses by patronizing the cities authentic ethnic food offerings. This month’s event … Read more of LAEDA hosts Dine Around Friday, December 13th

Selling Chocolate

While I was watching the Camden Christmas Parade, a few of the players from the Camden High Varsity Men’s Basketball team asked me if I was interested in buying chocolates to support the team. I bought a few, something I almost inevitably do, remembering my own days of selling chocolates, or even collecting money at … Read more of Selling Chocolate

From The Vault: The Next Big Idea is Small

If there’s one thing I’ve become increasingly skeptical of, it’s the big-ticket purchase as “savior” of cities. Here’s an article from my vault that I think is even more applicable a  year later:  Nethaniel M. Hood, in Better! Cities & Towns, writes:  “Make no little plans. They have no magic to stir men’s blood and … Read more of From The Vault: The Next Big Idea is Small