This is the first day of the fall semester at LaSalle and some students may interact with a man who taught their parents, or even their grand-parents.
One difficult topic on the agenda is sex education for those on the Autism spectrum.
The 16th annual Walk-Run Against Hunger stepped off from the Art Museum Saturday morning.
The exhibit was a gift given to the university from The Andy Warhol Photographic Legacy Program.
Five people were injured in a crash involving an ambulance and a car in the Olney section of the city Sunday morning.
If you’re planning a Superbowl party but want to offer your guests some healthy alternatives, the LaSalle University Nutrition Club has some options for you.
For the first time in a week, the La Salle Explorers will take to the court tonight as they host Boston University.
Such early morning business reports can contain disconcerting — or encouraging — news. But to really ride that bronco, you’d have to be up in the middle of the night.
Ramon Galloway scored 21 points and La Salle defeated Rider 82-70 on Saturday.
William Shakespeare was not Rodney Dangerfield, but sometimes the Bard gets no respect, no respect at all. A new movie is the latest platform for the argument that all those great plays were written by somebody else.
If all of the talk of the 10th anniversary of 9-11 leaves you feeling a little blue, it’s all part of the process, according to an expert on grief.
New in theaters this weekend is “Larry Crowne”, about a laid-off middle-aged man going to college. Hollywood is one thing but this is also reality for a lot of people.
This is Gettysburg Weekend, which marks the 148th anniversary of the epic Civil War battle often called the high water mark of the Confederacy. Even today, there are things to learn about it.
One of LaSalle’s new graduates is a woman who made a major career change after fate fired a shot across her bow.
Chris examines the aftermath of Friday’s deal to avoid a government shutdown. He talks to Christopher DeFelice about rescuing two people whose car crashed into the Schyukill River, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey about staying in Philadelphia, and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel.