With less than a month until the primary election, a Democratic mayoral debate on Thursday took a harsh tone.
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At Penn, student groups engage in issue-related advocacy but rarely turn out to vote.
On May 20, Philadelphia voters will head to the polls to select their primary candidates for Mayor and City Council.
Along the way, the marchers chanted phrases like “Pay your share, it’s just fair, hey Gutmann, won’t you meet us there?”
On Sunday, Clinton’s campaign team released a two-minute video in which she announced her campaign. She will head to Philadelphia over the summer for the Democratic National Convention.
Philadelphians will head to the polls on May 19 for the Democratic primary elections for City Council and Mayor.
With no advertising campaign yet, Lynne Abraham will need to generate more of a prominent message.
Abraham recovered but could not finish the debate.
Sherrie Cohen, a 1975 College graduate, looks to become the first openly gay candidate elected to City Council.
Despite the resolution's landslide 15-1 approval in the Council, Nutter has not expressed support for PILOTs.
Despite rising pressure from government officials, University administrators continue to firmly oppose PILOT payments.
Five Democratic mayoral candidates responded creatively to questions and took the chance to critique each other's views.
Nearly 260 years of Penn history is a lie.
The push for PILOTs has gone from Penn President Amy Gutmann's house to City Hall.
The endorsement was publicly confirmed on Monday at the John B. Kelly School in Germantown on Monday, though union members had been alerted of the news by email the previous Friday.
Amidst campus controversy over Penn’s recently unveiled sexual assault policy, a bipartisan group of 12 U.S. senators reintroduced a bill establishing guidelines for colleges to adjudicate sexual assault complaints on Feb. 26.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter has proposed a 9.34 percent increase in property taxes for Philadelphia in an effort to offset the School District’s $80 million deficit for the upcoming school year and to answer their plea for additional funds.
The English Department has received a flurry of praise in recent weeks, including a No. 2 ranking in the country from College Factual. But New York Times opinion columnist Frank Bruni did not speak fondly of the department in a Feb. 18 op-ed.
The decision comes after the SRC approved applications for five new charter schools. Wolf had urged Green to deny all applications.
Since 1942, the Palestra has played host to the playoffs of the Philadelphia Catholic League, the city’s athletic organization for Archdiocesan schools.