Attendees walked from the Penn Women's Center to Thomas Paine Plaza, where they joined up with hundreds of other Philadelphians who were holding up signs that said “Don’t blame the victim” and “Sleeping next to you doesn’t equal consent.”
"We have a really robust campaign in terms of food and waste," Director of Business Services and Hospitality Services Pam Lampitt said.
Even in an election where Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump once called Mexican immigrants “criminals” and “rapists,” there is little evidence showing that Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is performing any better among Latino voters compared to previous Democratic presidential candidates.
Jonathan Zimmermann's book, "Campus Politics: What Everyone Needs to Know," puts student demonstrations in a historical context.
In late August, real estate development company Post Brothers Apartmentsadded full title revealed itssingular, its a company plans to renovate Hamilton Court, an apartment complex on 39th and Chestnut streets.
“The lack of such notice on this occasion was a big misstep by the school, and they are lucky no Penn students ended up in the crossfire," Engineering sophomore Jordan Rosen said.
On Friday night, when a gunman opened fire on a Philadelphia Police sergent’s cruiser, Penn Police Office Ed Miller jumped into action.
Elyas Tecle gives his weekly weather report.
Nicholas Glenn shot two police officers and four bystanders, including a 25-year-old woman who died from her injuries. He was later killed during a firefight with other Philadelphia Police responders.
The rain threat will increase as we head into the beginning of the work week.
“I couldn’t be more proud of the leader who will take my place,” Obama said. “I will do everything in my power to get her reelected.”
“This is a fundamental choice about who we are as a people,” Obama said. “This is a choice about the meaning of America.”
Thousands of attendees, estimated to be close to 4,000, participated in the eighth annual Philadelphia Naked Bike Ride, drawing attention to the culture of dependence on fossil fuels, cycling advocacy and body positivity.
Clinton’s campaign has had a large presence on Penn’s campus by trying to get new students to register to vote in the influential swing state as well as to participate in the 2016 election.
Last Thursday, Copabanana’s South Street location was ordered to temporarily shut down for a series of health violations.
Philadelphia's Water Department follows the Environmental Protection Agency’s testing guidelines, but this is not the threshold for public health, one Penn professor argued.
Trump said crime has risen sharply in Philadelphia, but statistics suggest the exact opposite.
“During the summer it’s definitely slower,” Smokey Joe's manager Paul Ryan said, “[but] we get a lot more neighborhood people willing to hang out.”
The SEPTA Youth Advisory Council has long advocated for an alternative to the traditional pass, targeting students who live on campus and are looking to explore the city. A Change.org petition they filed in support of that proposal garnered over 1,200 signatures last year.
Recent studies by civil rights organizations like the NAACP and a scathing piece by comedian John Oliver on HBO's "Last Week Tonight" have questioned the effectiveness of charters nationally.