Members of the West Philadelphia and Penn community disapprove of Drexel University's plan to turn the garden located near the intersection of 36th and Warren streets into a parking lot.
The University is moving away from its 30 year-old magnetic strip PennCard to a new, contactless technology that will open up more possibilities for PennCard use.
Penn faculty contributed to a British study that found that drinking less wine is more beneficial to cardiovascular health.
Foundations of Art Design and Digital Culture, a class taught by Design professor David Comberg, recently finished up a summer session project in which each creation had to intervene in a public place.
The Spruce Street Harbor park is a floating attraction featuring a restaurant, a boardwalk, a garden of rainbow hammocks, and free admission.
Campus renovations include the Class of 1949 Bridge, the Kelly Writers House and the Neural and Behavioral Sciences Building.
Students and faculty continue to raise concerns over the closing of the math and engineering libraries, citing the importance of physical text.
In addition to its menu of sweet and savory vegan treats, P.S. & Co. offers classes in juicing, mixology, gluten-free baking and a basic series of vegetarian cooking throughout the summer. The summer cocktails mixology workshop will be held on June 12, and a gluten-free baking series will be taught on June 19.