Companies are manipulating packaging to put less of a product inside it, but they are charging the same (or sometimes more) for it. Nilofar Varzgani, Ph.D., assistant professor of business systems and analytics, spoke with KYW Newsradio about the trend called ‘shrinkflation.’
Dan Rhoton, ’98, is one of 27 chief executive officers recognized by Philadelphia Business Journal. His work with Camden-based Hopeworks provides skill acquisition and job training for young adults looking to break into the tech field.
Inflation is leading consumers to push previously maintained boundaries on food and expiration dates. Is this safe? Sarah Barnes, assistant professor of nutrition and a registered dietician, spoke with 6ABC about how to protect yourself while maximizing your food budget.
Art “gives us an emotional, embodied, sensorial connection and experience of the Divine,” said Maureen O’Connell, Ph.D., professor of religion and theology, in explaining how a digital mural developed at an Archdiocese of Philadelphia synod increases engagement between the Catholic Church and the laity, particularly young people and marginalized communities.