The vibrant variety of history activity in the South Jersey / Philadelphia region is the subject of the Public History Year in Review website, which grows each year with new stories by history graduate students at Rutgers-Camden and other invited partners. Students who participate receive professional editing to sharpen their writing skills and training in creating a WordPress website. During Fall 2015, graduate students produced new stories covering historic preservation and community development projects; the exhibit at the National Constitution Center to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the Reminder Days demonstrations for LGBT rights; the creation of the new First State National Historical Park; the 100th anniversary of the Justice Bell used to campaign for women’s suffrage; the progress of the Museum of the American Revolution soon to open in Philadelphia; living history programs at the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation; and the discovery of a Revolution-era cannon through archaeology at the Red Bank Battlefield.