Yesterday, developers broke ground on the corner of 38th and Chestnut streets, where a 25-story apartment building and an episcopal cathedral center are planned for the space.
Corbett is behind every major Democratic candidate by double digits in the upcoming gubernatorial election.
Check out stories around higher education from this week
Despite the American Studies Association’s endorsement of a boycott of Israeli academic institutions on Wednesday, Penn remains adamantly against the measure.
The family allege that Penn physicians enrolled researcher Jeffrey H. Ware, who died from brain cancer in 2011, in a study without consent.
The co-founder of Call to Men, an association that fights violence against women, spoke at Penn. He discussed the ways the concept of manhood affects both men and women.
Yesterday, Hillel teamed up with other student groups to present One Day, a campus-wide celebration of Jewish culture.
A group including Penn affiliates has been meeting at the Annenberg Public Policy Center to evaluate current presidential debate logistics.
The unique positioning of the three high rise dorms creates a wind tunnel, where wind travels at increased speeds, creating a wind tunnel.
Officials from Yale University and New Haven toured local campuses and University City to see how the Philadelphia colleges encourage investment in their surrounding communities.
American Express offered a $10 credit to those who spent more than $10 at participating retailers.
Leslie discussed his business model, his experience as a student at Harvard at the age of 14 and his opening of a dorm room barbershop.
The center said despite the lack of Rhodes Scholars, the University produces more Fulbrights compared to other Ivy League schools.
This week’s crime log includes a DUI, retail theft, harassment and disorderly conduct.