Philadelphia

04/12/18 10:08pm
The event discussed the intricacies – and ambiguities – of sanctuary city policy and Penn's role within the immigration debate.
04/09/18 10:54pm
The merger would boost Jefferson's annual revenue to $6 billion, still almost $2 billion short of the University of Pennsylvania Health System's revenue.
04/09/18 2:48pm
Kenney selected the nine members out of 27 final candidates who were nominated by the Education Nomination Panel, a group of appointed Philadelphia leaders that included Penn Provost Wendell Pritchett. 
04/08/18 3:30pm
Mill’s longstanding probation case has proceeded since 2008, when he was first accused of involvement in an illegal drug sale. 
04/07/18 2:45pm
"We can see these impacts as institutions like Penn continue to expand into the communities they occupy — by building dorms, dining halls, and academic buildings," Polybian Society Consul and College junior Brianna Raposo said.  
04/04/18 7:19pm
Albington Senior High School announced plans to rename the school after a donation from Schwarzman, sparking outrage among the community.
04/03/18 6:29pm
Despite that the light poles were greased, as they were during the recent Super Bowl win, rioters still managed to climb them in a frenzy.
03/30/18 6:43pm
Cosby’s lawyers claimed that the judge's wife has a conflict of interest because his wife is a CAPS counselor for victims of sexual assault and has advocated for victims in the past.
03/28/18 10:57pm
Penn and Columbia are the only two Ivies that do not have PILOT agreements, through which nonprofits make payments to local governments in lieu of any property tax. 
03/28/18 8:11pm
As a nonprofit, Penn is exempt from paying property taxes under the tax code even though it is the largest private employer in the city. 
03/28/18 7:26pm
This increase in Pennsylvania follows a nationwide trend of organic food sales, reported by a USA Today analysis of data from the Organic Trade Association.
03/25/18 9:45pm
The city also ranked first in complying with restrictions and third in ease of obtaining food truck licenses and permits, according to the Food Truck Nation report.
03/24/18 5:57pm
Across the world, there were 800 marches planned for this one day. Along with two high school students, Penn College senior Jana Korn organized Philadelphia's march. 
03/22/18 5:38pm
Philadelphia’s taxpayers would need to contribute more than $20,000 per person to pay all of the city’s bills. Only Chicago and New York have poorer financial health.
03/22/18 4:58pm
Students at Saint Joseph’s University remembered Mark Dombrowski in a prayer service held by the university's chaplain on March 19.
03/21/18 8:31pm
While Penn earned a perfect score of 100 points for academic reputation, it received a mediocre score of 75.5 points for employer reputation.
03/21/18 7:18pm
Digital Third Coast's best late-night food ranking looked at the 20 cities being considered by Amazon to host its second headquarters.
03/20/18 4:01pm
While this link was not found in relation to Clinton’s rallies, the researchers discovered that cities experienced 2.3 more assaults on days that they hosted Trump rallies. 
03/16/18 3:00pm
This is not the first of Krasner's more progressive policy changes. With a background of a civil right's attorney, Krasner aligns himself with many of the causes furthered by former presidential candidate, Bernie Sanders.
03/14/18 7:02pm
When SmartAsset began the study in 2015, Philadelphia was ranked ninth, but slid down to 15th place in 2016 and then 10th in 2017.