By Jacob Schramm, Features Editor November 17, 2022, was “Red Cup Day” at Starbucks locations across the country, on which customers received a reusable red cup with their purchase. At over one-hundred locations, more than a thousand employees participated in the Starbucks Workers Union’s largest single-day strike. The following day, pictures of […]
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By Jacob Schramm, Staff Writer On September 15, the Pennsylvania Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee (“SIOC”) issued a subpoena compelling the Department of State to provide voter records, including the “names, dates of birth, driver’s license numbers (DLNs), last four digits of Social Security numbers (SSNs), addresses and methods of voting […]
By Jacob Schramm, Staff Writer. In December 2020, Valerie Strauss of The Washington Post asked whether it was “fair to give kids regular A-F grades when nothing has been regular about the way they are living and learning since March  and won’t be for some time?” Earlier that year, the Pennsylvania (PA) […]