University City was recently named the ‘hottest tech submarket’ in the country by the Commercial Real Estate Services. Executive Vice President Craig Carnaroli said he believes the Science Center will help to further solidify this reputation.
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Jan. 19: At the Kappa Alpha Society on 124 S. 39th Street at at 3:36 a.m., a complainant reported that an unknown person entered the residence, and then fled the building after contact with the complainant. There was no sign of forced entry and nothing was taken from the premises.
Penn Law professor and District Attorney candidate Joe Khan says he wants to 'send a message' to Donald Trump
"The District Attorney’s office is going to have to be a bulwark against what appears to be likely excesses and infringements of the federal government. The best example I can give is Donald Trump has pledged to institute bans on Muslims in the country. If he is going to attempt to follow through on those threats, then I think it’s important that the people of Philadelphia understand that there is somebody on their side trying to stop that."
The headline read, “University of Pennsylvania Should Rethink Over-Hyped Press Releases.” But Penn faculty claim that Mattina has conflicts of interest that influenced his position.
During the incident on Nov. 25, a security camera at the Fresh Market in Chestnut Hill captured Lloyd filming or taking photos of an accomplice as he spray-painted the words “F**k Trump” on the wall of the grocery store. On Dec. 12, First Deputy City Solicitor Craig Straw said Lloyd would remain in his job, but would have to complete 40 hours of community service. The Solicitor’s Office did not respond to a request for further comment.
SCUE may not be the most well known of student government branches — but Engineering junior Shawn Srolovitz wants to change that.
2006 College graduate Duncan Lloyd, who currently is serving as an assistant to the city solicitor, was involved in the vandalization of a grocery store in Chestnut Hill on November 25. Today, Mayor Jim Kenney said Lloyd remains in his job with the city of Philadelphia, despite the incident.
Behind on the latest political news after Thanksgiving break? The DP has you covered.
A Penn graduate claims to have “laid the foundation” for gaining 23 million votes for Donald Trump prior to the election.
I woke up at 5 a.m., determined to be the first person to cast a ballot.
While a Democratic lawsuit alleging voter intimidation was rejected by a federal judge on Monday, a Philadelphia politician now claims voter intimidation against Republicans.
Polls close at 8 p.m. in Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and Florida, which are all closely-watched states for the candidates.
In an unscientific poll conducted for this article, 55.6% of students surveyed responded that they believed one non-existent candidate was more qualified than another.
A giant beach ball covered in declarations ranging from expletives, to “Black Lives Matter” to “Support Trump,” sat in front of Van Pelt library Tuesday afternoon.