For Drexel staffers in school, Hahnemann closure may mean dropping out
Most nights after her boys go to sleep, Diana Alvarez sits down at her dining room table, opens up her computer, and does her homework. Alvarez, 39, is a single mother of three living in Northeast Philadelphia. She moved here two years ago from the Bronx, where she felt the crime was too intense to raise her kids. She had some family in Philly, and they persuaded her to move down.